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Yung-Wa Ng Netherlands

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Odoo ERP Implementation Consultant (Enterprise and Community version)Onestein B.V.

Functional Areas:

  • Finance / Accounting

  • CRM/Sales

  • Purchasing

  • Inventory

  • Accounting

  • Websites

  • E-Commerce

Yung-Wa Ng Netherlands
06/04/18 05.32

Enable debug mode.

Go to your company settings.

Edit the Form View

and add field:    field name="anglo_saxon_accounting"

It is easier to do this than go into your database. 

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Kevin Sterling Singapore
17/03/18 08.00

I have a similar issue. I guess it depends on which country you set when you create database for the first time & it will use accounting rules specific to that country, for example if you choose United States then it will use Anglo-Saxon by default.

I have found a workaround. you might need to do SQL UPDATE in your PostgreSQL as follows : UPDATE res_company SET anglo_saxon_accounting = TRUE;

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