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Re: Order Date problem in POSda
Thanks for your prompt reply. Forgot to mention this, everything is OK about time and timezone, we checked that.
Also didn't mention that the date recorded in field 'create_date' is always right. The normal behavior is to have the date_order equals to create_date and this is not happening.
Althe the difference in the time that is recorded is not constant, it can be from few minutes up to some hours, 5 or 6 hours.
So to temporarily overcome this issue we're running "update pos_order set date_order = create_date;" in the database before generating sales report.
Any other idea?
I think you’d have to look into the locales, are all computers running the correct time and timezone?
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We're facing an issue in some Point of Sales regarding the field Order Date that is saved in model pos.order right after a sale in confirmed.
Those POS run in Odoo V9 C, Fedora 24 64bit. It started from the moment we updated Fedora packages and the Odoo build (build 29 September, yesterday).
Right after the sale is confirmed in the POS session, the instance of pos.order is recorded with a wrong date in the field date_order. The date recorded differs from the current time it is recorded, several hours of difference and off course this affects sales reports. Because they sale close to midnight is normal to get a specific sale made in one day reported in another.
Does anyone have an idea of what might be causing this and how we can solve it?
Thanks in advance
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