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Re: Amazon & Odoo

by
Landis Arnold
- 07/04/2015 14:23:31
Joseph,
I have done this using a Magento Web site connected to both Odoo and Amazon.
Very functional.  Takes some patience setting up but once it works it worked very well w/ V 7 OpenErp and will be integrating to 8.0 shortly.

There would be other ways also, but takes time to integrate.

Won't have a block of time till July 17-20 but would be on my todo list anyway.

Email me direct if you want to discuss.
all the best,
Landis
larnold@nomadic.net


From: "Joseph Andrade" <jandrade42@gmail.com>
To: "Community" <community@mail.odoo.com>
Sent: Saturday, July 4, 2015 11:12:42 AM
Subject: Re: Amazon & Odoo

Many thanks to all.

Do you know whether is possible to integrate somehow my Odoo eCommerce website to Amazon? I guess the purpose of integrating Amazon to Odoo is to extend my eCommerce shop from my Odoo website onto Amazon WebStore, is it?

Many thanks.
Joseph.

On Sat, 4 Jul 2015 at 15:34 Rudi Grosberg <rudi.grosberg@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi, 
There are many companies who are having modules I went some through and I am already using it 

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From: Todd Abraham <todd@rainbarrel.consulting>
Sent: Saturday, July 4, 2015 5:30 pm
Subject: Re: Amazon & Odoo
To: Community <community@mail.odoo.com>



Ah yes of course. Makes sense!



On 4 Jul 2015, at 7:47 pm, Gianluca Milano < gm@gianlucamilano.com> wrote:

I guess he was talking about Amazon marketplace, about integrating the Amazon eCommerce with Odoo.


Il giorno 04/lug/2015, alle ore 13:33, Todd Abraham < todd@rainbarrel.consulting> ha scritto:

Hi Joseph,

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.

Good luck!

Todd


On 4 Jul 2015, at 5:48 pm, Joseph Andrade < jandrade42@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi,

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?

Many thanks.
Joseph.

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