when creating a company I have seen it automatically list itself as a so called 'partner'. I am having 2 companies here (still just playing around) and somehow one of these 'partner' has become an entry in customers. This of course shouldn't be that way I guess because your own company wouldn't your own companies customer at the same time. Can somebody explain the logic of relations between a company and a partner?
Companies always have a corresponding partner object which stores the personal data. See the answer here, which helped me a lot: https://accounts.openerp.com/forum/Help-1/question/4216
When ANY partner is created it defaults to being customer, which is why your company partner appears in sales > customers. Personally, our company has found this quite useful in a multi-company setup for intercompany transfers. However, if you don't want the company to be a customer then you can untick the "Customer" box under the "Sales & Purchases" tab.
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