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Table doesn't get created in the postgres db

Amina Khechou
on 5/17/15, 5:44 PM 608 views


I really need your help, i just started working on Odoo , well I have create a module of course's management, i can load my module but the database the table isn't created :s and i don't know why ???

ps: the file __init__.py --> import test.py

the code is : test.py 

from osv import osv,fields


#Classe 1 : filiere


class filiere(osv.osv):

#Le nom de la table dans ODOO

_name ='filiere'

_description ="pour la filiere "

#_columns : ce sont les champs que l'on va créer dans la table filiere

_columns = {

#C'est dans ce champ qu'on enregistrera le code du filiere.

'code' :fields.char('code', size=30, required=True),

'theme' :fields.char('theme', size=30, required=True),

'description' :fields.text('Les informations sur la filiere'),

#On enregistrera ici le nom du module. Ce champ fait la relation avec la table modules qui contient les informations de chaque module.

'module' : fields.many2one('module', 'module', required=True),




#Classe 2: etudiant


class etudiant(osv.osv):

_name ='etudiant'

_description ="pour l'etudiant "

_columns = {

'codeApoge' :fields.char('codeApoge', size=30, required=True),

'nom' :fields.char('nom', size=30, required=True),

'prenom' :fields.char('prenom', size=30, required=True),

'tel' :fields.char('tel', size=30, required=True),

'adresse' :fields.char('adresse', size=30, required=True),

'description' :fields.text('Les informations sur la filiere')




#Classe 3: modules


class module(osv.osv):

_name ='module'

_description ="pour un module "

_columns = {

'nommodule' :fields.char('nommodule', size=30, required=True)



Did the module itself install and without errors? I wouldn't honestly ever name a file 'test.py', since test might be reserved or used for other things. So first try another filename and update your module.

on 5/18/15, 1:57 AM

Atchuthan - Technical Consultant, Sodexis Inc

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Atchuthan - Technical Consultant, Sodexis Inc
On 5/18/15, 2:19 AM

In __init__.py,

You need to add only the filename

i.e. import test

Amina Khechou
On 5/18/15, 10:13 AM

Atchuthan, I know that's what i did i've just made a mistake copying the module name, but in my file it's written import test thanks

Yenthe, i'll try this right now thanks !!  

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