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Re: How to import data from postgresql to excel

Basavraj Shivanand Parit
- 06/30/2015 14:23:30

You may export data to a CSV file by selecting proper format ie for separation you may use excel cell utf -8 format so it give proper data then you may do same for sales


On 30-Jun-2015 6:07 pm, "Mignon, Laurent" <> wrote:

May be this one can help you: sql_export module
sql_export_module is for advanced users/integrator since it requires you know the database structure and should be use with caution since the security is not enforced. 



On Tue, Jun 30, 2015 at 2:22 PM, John Walsh <> wrote:

If you want data directly from postgresql, you will want to log in to psql and do a query like the following:

COPY (SELECT, from sale_order s LEFT JOIN res_partner p on TO '/tmp/cust-sale.csv' CSV HEADER;

That query will give you the customer name and the sales order number/name and the resulting file can be exported to excel.  See also this stack overflow question and answer:

If, however, you want to just export a certain list view, check out:

Best of luck!
~John Walsh

On Tuesday, June 30, 2015 7:15 AM, Sayali Kothawade <> wrote:

        I am trying to import data from Postgresql from sales modules to excel.
I want data from customers and sales order on a single excel sheet. 
Can you please suggest me any solution?

Thanks & Regards,
Sayali Kothawade.
Ayanworks Technolgy Solutions Pvt. Ltd.
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