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Hi, how to upgrade module from command line in V13 CE all in one set up?

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Hi Dhivya,

This still works the same as in old versions, by using the -u command. For example, if you have an app named "sales_management" and an app named "project_management" you would do:

./odoo-bin -u sales_management,project_management -c /etc/odoo-server.conf

Alternatively you can stop and start your Odoo instance, update the apps list from Apps > Update apps" and by then clicking on "Update" in the app itself.
You can find more information about the command line options in the official documentation

Regards,
Yenthe

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As per the previous versions you can upgrade the module through the terminal and PyCharm(if you are using the PyCharm IDE.

Example:

./odoo-bin -c /path/path/config_file.conf -d database -u module_name

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You can use this commande
cd odoo-server/

./odoo-bin -c /etc/odoo-server.conf -d data_base_name -u module_name

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From Maduka Sopulu Christopher

\Open windows terminal / run in vscode terminal 

Navigate to the path of odoo-bin

then run  \python.exe odoo-bin -d databasename -u module_name -c odoo.conf
i.e \
c:\Program Files\Odoo \\"\ rel\=\"ugc\"\>14.0.20210116\server> python.exe odoo-bin -d databasename -u module_name -c odoo.conf

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It worked in windows odoo14 community edition.  Make sure to the dbname, modulename and the .conf file path for the community edition.

python odoo-bin -d databasename-u modulename -c debian/odoo.conf --stop-after-init

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