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This is the type of authentication (method) for that specific page / route. These are all the authentication types:
user: The user must be authenticated and the current request will perform using the rights that the user was given.
admin: The user may not be authenticated and the current request will perform using the admin user, see this as an admin-only part.
none: The method is always activ The requested code will not have any facilities to access the database nor have any configuration indicating the current database/current user.
public: public authentication, no login required, anybody can access.
In essence it means that anybody can access the page which you provide with auth='public'. Anything that is related to @http.route is provided thanks to the Odoo web controller.
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