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Re: Community modules in Odoo online

Tristan Pittard
- 12/21/2014 15:11:25

Thanks for confirmation Fabien. 

That is what I thought, but I had heard conflicting answers. 


On Sun, Dec 21, 2014 at 12:57 PM, Odoo S.A. Community <> wrote:
Hello Tristan,

You can not install a community module on Odoo Online.

There are several reasons for this, but the main ones are:
- stability of the system: we want Odoo online to be super stable and
  bugs are fixed within a few hours. All official modules follow a
  strict stable policy to guarantee that and community modules do not
  have such a constraint.
- evolution: we upgrade every two months to bring new features to
  online customers which would be impossible with community modules.
- costs: 80% of the instances of Odoo online are free and for paying
  ones, the average revenue per customer is 3.5k€ per year. At that
  price, it's impossible to maintain, evolve and upgrade community

Note that we have an offer on Odoo online that includes unlimited
customizations (100€/month). With this service, it's very rare that we
don't succeed to fit the needs of small customers ( Thanks Eva.
> I totally understand the logic behind not supporting an instance with
> community modules, I even understand the logic behind not even allowing
> community modules, where I’m lost is on how/where in an Odoo Online
> instance does one go to install a community module?  Under Settings >
> Modules, I only see the standard OpenERP SA built modules.  All other
> searches come up blank.
> -Tristan
>> On Dec 19, 2014, at 7:37 PM, Eva Pinter <
>> <>> wrote:
>> Tristan,
>> As far as I know, you can import data modules into the SAAS. At least,
>> this was the claim of Odoo.
>> The reason why they cannot support a system containing community
>> modules is really clear. They would need to analyse every single
>> community module first, run all the tests on them to make sure it is
>> absolutely compatible with all the standard modules and these are very
>> high costs with >3000 modules of all size and quality. 
>> Most SAAS providers would allow you to add community modules, but they
>> will have the restriction of you paying for the testing and the
>> correction of the community module as well.
>> Think about using OCA fully tested modules, as they go through a
>> higher quality control than many other available modules.
>> Good luck!
>> ---
>> Eva P.
>> Get free Odoo training in our youtube channel
>>> On 20 Dec 2014, at 01:52, Tristan Pittard <
>>> <>> wrote:
>>> Thanks for the reply Gunnar.  
>>> I do mean the official saas version.  The version hosted by Odoo that
>>> you sign up for on their website and pay Odoo to use.
>>> I was told by an Odoo representative that you could install and use
>>> community modules, but doing so would negate any support provided by
>>> Odoo, however I have not found any evidence to support this claim.  I
>>> was wondering if anyone knew something that I was missing.
>>> -Tristan
>>>> On Dec 19, 2014, at 6:17 PM, Gunnar Wagner
>>>> <
>>>> <>> wrote:
>>>> On 12/20/2014 6:17 AM, Tristan Pittard wrote:
>>>> >
>>>> > Is there a way to use/install community modules in the online version 
>>>> > of Odoo?
>>>> >
>>>> I guess you need to specify 'online version'. If you mean the official 
>>>> saas version I'd say the answer is "no, you just can't"
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