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Emipro Technologies Pvt. Ltd.

--Emipro Technologies Pvt. Ltd.--
Tiny ERP Pvt Ltd
http://www.odoo.com
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--Emipro Technologies Pvt. Ltd.--

Being an emerging leader in IT market since 2011, Emipro Technologies Pvt. Ltd. has been providing a wide range of business solutions in Odoo & Magento. We are pleased to have a large pool of contented customers with our meticulous work in the domain of ERP & e-Commerce. A ray of relief & satisfaction to  our customers heart by our successful deployment in their organization, purely represents our success in Odoo platform. Hence, we take pride for being an Odoo partner with a vision of expanding our strategic alliances with our customers to offer them high value-added, trustworthy & cost effective solutions.

 

Since establishment, our business has span across 11 countries of the world. Our customers are companies of all sizes ranging from start-ups to large enterprises, who realize that they need a professional business solutions to generate revenue streams, establish proper communication channels or streamline business operations. Standing with strong determination of customer satisfaction, observing each minute detail of their business processes, providing proper guidance and moving forth to develop product accordingly adds our value and reliability among our customers. 

 

We are blessed with efficient, passionate & eclectic young developers who have come across almost all kinds of business profiles, working with full dedication, applying creativity & new features in existing modules and completing customer's projects successfully on predefined target. Our in-depth knowledge while giving business solutions in Odoo allows us to offer following services to our customers :

 

  • Consulting
  • Installation, Configuration & Customization
  • Training & Support
  • Maintenance
  • Upgradation
  • Documentation
  • Crafting community modules
  • Drafting videos on demand
  • Smart Apps development

We will be :) to welcome you @ www.emiprotechnologies.com to solve any kind of your business needs around Odoo. However we are just an inch away from you by email info@emiprotechnologies.com or a tweet to @EmiproTech

Emipro Technologies Pvt. Ltd.
On 12/24/14, 8:33 AM

Hi,

It will not download automatically any files from internet. When you upgrade any module it will update your system according to available files in that module.

ok! thanks. So, what is the easiest way to compare our installed versions with last available versions on the web? We have to check each one?

Pascal Tremblay
on 12/24/14, 8:37 AM

This man says that the command ./openerp-server -u all downloads the files from github...

Pascal Tremblay
on 12/24/14, 8:45 AM

The person that says that is wrong. The -u all will update every single module you have and reload all XML,JS,Python, ... files. This will check all the files that you have installed in Odoo and has nothing to do with Github. In essence -u is made to update a module (all modules) where you modified code in on your computer/server.

Yenthe
on 12/24/14, 10:10 AM

So Yenthe, how do you update your Odoo files in the folder /addons? You compare each version of each module?

Pascal Tremblay
on 12/24/14, 12:37 PM

So Yenthe, how do you update your Odoo files in the folder /addons? You compare each version of each module?

Pascal Tremblay
on 12/24/14, 12:37 PM

I think what Yenthe aims at an installation from the nighly's using apt-get. As far as I know from another post Pascal is running a github installation. And you have the answer in one of your older posts already. 'git pull origin' does an update of everything that is covered by the repository (including the base /addons). If you have other Community or Custom Modules (which I think you have) you have to run a 'git pull origin' for each git repository individually

gunnar
on 12/24/14, 9:02 PM

Gunnar you are correct. I use the apt-get way to get my modules from github. If I need to update a module I'll download it from Github and replace the old one with the new one. Just test it in a local VM to be sure! I should check out all methods since the current setup/way I use isn't ideal. The git pull origin could be a good way.

Yenthe
on 12/25/14, 6:49 AM

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