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I have a custom module that does some stuff including generating some reports in PDF. I've created a cron job to run this periodically. If I select "Run Manually", everything works as expected and my reports look great. If however the job executes via schedule, the PDF loses it's header, footer and styling.
I've done a lot of searching, but other people that are having problems are having problems regardless of how the report is executed. My problem is only when the report is executed via a cron job.
Is there something I'm missing on permissions perhaps? What could be different between the execution methods, manually through the UI versus scheduled?
I'm on Odoo 9 and wkhtmltopdf 12.3.2 (with patched qt) on Windows 8.1 as my dev machine. The problem also occurs on Ubuntu 14.04, Odoo 9, wkhtmltopdf 12.2.1 (with patched qt).
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|Asked: 10/3/16, 11:26 PM|
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