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What are some suggestions to start learning the OpenERP code [Closed]

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Luis Alvarado
on 3/24/14, 6:44 PM 1,772 views

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Ray Carnes
on 03/27/2014 02:12:59

I already have some knowledge about Python and Javascript. With this I want to start learning how OpenERP works and relates to each part. How should I start this voyage in learning how OpenERP at the code level.

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bj
On 3/26/14, 3:56 PM

I'm a new user here and don't want to use this forum for self-promotion, however I started a little OpenERP documentation project. It is still a work-in-progress, but it might be useful to you. Here is a sample model page:

http://useopenerp.com/v8/model/project-project

There is more work to be done and your feedback will be appreciated.

You should promote valuable work you're offering for free. Good for you!

Martin
on 3/26/14, 7:16 PM
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Ray Carnes

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Ray Carnes
On 3/25/14, 12:22 AM

I would start looking at some simple Community apps (modules) and see how they work.

https://www.openerp.com/apps?order=newest&series=7.0

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Martin

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Analysing, designing, coding and mentoring since 1975. Kilobytes to terabytes. Punch cards to punchy sites. My OpenERP video series: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLq7op4J183lX44ZlXPiHxUpRvmmRDtxye My Google Speadsheets --> OpenERP Data Pump project: http://martinhbramwell.github.io/GData_OpenERP_Data_Pump My email (with spaces removed) : mhb . warehouseman @ gmail . com

Martin
On 3/26/14, 7:35 PM

I have created a tool for people learning OpenERP and I'm going to promote it here whether the netiquette cops like it or not. What's good for me is good for OpenERP.

With my Google Spreadsheets to OpenERP Data Pump you keep your experimental data in various Google spreadsheets. Any time you want to trash the whole stinkin' mess you made in OpenERP and go back to a backup, or completely reinstall, you can select exactly the data set you want to restore and pump it all back into the XMLRPC port, while you go make a coffee.

Demo video documented in Step #09 : Demonstrate Google Spreadsheet to OpenERP data pump

Excellent contribution Martin.

Luis Alvarado
on 3/26/14, 7:53 PM

A sus ordenes, Jefe.

Martin
on 3/26/14, 8:12 PM
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michel Guénard

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michel Guénard
On 3/25/14, 9:37 AM

You might study the various pieces of python OpenErpcode using tools like [(https://bitbucket.org/mandibule/mandibule/downloads)] or [(http://www.genmymodel.com)] or [https://code.google.com/p/pynsource/]

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Nehal

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Nehal
On 3/25/14, 1:57 AM

Hi,

You may refer the documentation with the following link: https://doc.openerp.com/6.0/developer/

good by the we are guju!!

LIfe
on 9/11/14, 3:05 AM

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