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Re: Amazon & Odooby
Hi,There are many companies who are having modules I went some through and I am already using it_____________________________
From: Todd Abraham <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Saturday, July 4, 2015 5:30 pm
Subject: Re: Amazon & Odoo
To: Community <email@example.com>
Ah yes of course. Makes sense!
On 4 Jul 2015, at 7:47 pm, Gianluca Milano < firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I guess he was talking about Amazon marketplace, about integrating the Amazon eCommerce with Odoo.
The Amazon integration will be in the v9, probably, if not for sure, in the Enterprise edition.
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Depending on how you wish to setup on AWS, you have a couple options.
1. If you want to install Odoo with one click, you'll find a couple different packages available in the market place. I personally have setup Odoo from a Bitnami package, very easy to do.
2. You can start an Ubuntu instance and then install Odoo on Ubuntu as normal.
3: AWS now has its own Amazon Linux OS that you could try installing on. I tried this one myself as I wanted to get my Odoo server as close to bare metal as possible. My efforts failed though as I didn't find it an easy process. Odoo had a number of different dependencies that were not included with the default install of the Amazon Linux. That said, if you know your way around Linux better than I do, this option may be viable for you.
On 4 Jul 2015, at 5:48 pm, Joseph Andrade < email@example.com> wrote:
I have read somewhere that I can integrate Amazon & Odoo, do you know which module is the one that I have to install in order to get this working?