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RE: dbfilter questionby
I think ‘installable’ was set to `False` for all the OCA modules when 9.0 branch was created. I haven’t tested but I imagine the module works in 9.0 as well – you may just change the installable to True if you took the code from 9.0 branch and see if it works.
From: Andreas Becker [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Tuesday, November 17, 2015 10:37 AM
To: Community <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: dbfilter question
Hi Yoshi this is for version 8 is it also working in Version 9 - I am a bit confused as this has been set to uninstallable but I can't see what probably would need to be changed in __init__.py - nothing changed here since 8 afaik. Probably I am wrong.
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On Tue, Nov 17, 2015 at 8:52 AM, Yoshi Tashiro <email@example.com> wrote:
It is possible if you use this: https://github.com/OCA/server-tools/tree/8.0/dbfilter_from_header
But you probably need to separate the virtual host entries for each subdomain (+ the one that covers all the databases) in Apache/Nginx. So it can be tedious if you have frequent changes in subdomain arrangement. There might be a smart way to handle this, though (I just don’t know).
Im trying to do a little complex configuration on my server, so I have multiples odoo v8 databases and Im trying to access to each one by diferent url, I configured the dbfilter option in the config file like this:
dbfilter = ^%d$
So I can access directly to each database by the subdomain, I mean
http://subdomain1.domain redirects me to the subdomain1 database
http://subdomain2.domain redirects me to the subdomain2 database
OK, works really good BUT.... I need a method or a way to access to odoo database manager and be able to see all the databases in the combos and have a method to access to one particular database that no has a subdomain configuration
Is it posible?
thanks in advance