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Re: Aeroo reports v7by
Mario Arias Badila
To create other formats, you need the report_aeroo_ooo module from Aeroo, and in turn it requires a libreoffice/openoffice server to work...
You need both the module and the library. If the module installed, it means the library was found... It won't let you install otherwise...
Hi Yassine,Some answers...
On Thu, Feb 5, 2015 at 11:17 AM, Yassine Teimi <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Dear Community,I used to create my reports using the openerp report designer plugin into openoffice, thanks to base_report_designer module. Now I'm trying to use Aeroo reports for my reports, because it seems more easy to update, it's not using sxw extension, just odt extension.My question is to use it, should I just install the aeroo_reports module, or should I install aeroo reports libraries on my ubuntu 12.04 LTS server, the one hosting my openerp v7 installation ?If these librairies are not installed, the aeroo reports modules can be installed ?I'm asking that because I've already the aeroo_report module installed on my openerp instance. I have a menu right now on configuration/technical/Aeroo Reports . And I was wondering If my previous installation of aeroo report libraries is correct.Besides, when trying to create an aeroo report for an object, there is only one output format : ODF Text Document (.odt) , I want to have pdf output format, excel,... and so on. what do I need to get this outputs formats ?.I also want that my reports generate automatically for every page a predefined header and footer, how can I do this ?What is the relation that aeroo reports have with webkit report ? is it usefull for headers and footers ?.I know I asked so many questions, but this is really important for me to know.Thank you dear community.--CordialementYassine TEIMIChef de projet & ConsultantTEL : 06-56 15 31 47