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We have some suppliers with different update routine. We don't have internal stock, but we want to know at any time if we are able to buy a product, which amount of the product the supplier have...
I know this way to do this : get a file with supplier's FTP, then update our OpenERP database directly (hum), all this each hour with a Python script (and Ubuntu's cron of course).
This is really bad I think. Can OpenERP make it easier by itself ?
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