My system was running smoothly until I changed the openerp system password. I am not talking about any database user or password. I changed the openerp system (linux) user password and now I cannot load "Settings" inside of OpenERP. I am receiving the following error:
OpenERP Client Error Uncaught Error: QWeb2 -template['SearchView.filters']: Runtime Error: TypeError: dict.filter.visible is not.......
The last part gets cut off. I cannot see a similar message in the logs. Could this be related to the password change? If not any ideas on how I can fix this would be appreciated.
Hi there. I am having exactly the same error on OpenERP 7. Since I am learning the functional part of OpenERP, today I have decided to delete the demo database and create a new one. Deleted the database directly from pgAdmin III and when I started OpenERP 7, the system asked me to create a new database. Everything runs fine and after logged in into the system I get this error. I do not remember if used the same password like the old database but I believe the password is the same.
The error I get is: " OpenERP Client Error
OpenERP Client Error Uncaught Error: QWeb2 -template['SearchView.filters']: Runtime Error: TypeError: dict.filter.visible is not a function
At the beggining I thought to be a problem on the instalation files and reinstalled everything again and after creating a new database on the clean new instalation the same error occurs.
I fully reinstalled PostgreSQL and OpenERP 7 from the all in one setup package. The conection to openerp database via pgAdmin III iworks fine. What could be the problem?
Thank you and regards.
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