How to detect which modules are installed
We are trying to develop a new type of navigation page. But here we need to be able to detect as to which modules are installed in OpenERP.
How can we detect them?
In your custom code you can just write down the following code to find out the installed modules.
installed_module_ids = self.pool.get('ir.module.module').search(cr,uid,[('state','=','installed')])
It will give you ids of installed modules. Then after you can use read or browse to get another details of those modules.
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