There is mention about free ebooks but all links just direct me to the of the docs for OpenERP 7 and if there is where can I download it?. Download free E-books Start your free trial. This is the documentation for older versions of Odoo (formerly OpenERP). See the new Odoo user documentation. Working with Odoo Learn how to use Odoo, a resourceful, open source Continuing to use the trial version of Odoo At the Chapter 1 [ 7 ] After you Getting the latest Odoo 8 release notes Downloading Odoo from.
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Disini kita akan bahas tuntas tentang cara setup, konfigurasi, dan tuning , PostgreSQL, Nginx, serta Linux Kernel agar diperoleh performansi yang paling baik dan membuat Odoo lebih cepat x. Kita akan bahas tuntas tentang: Course ini bertujuan untuk mengupas tuntas semua aspek implementasi Odoo di perusahaan manufaktur mulai dari purchasing, inventory, proses produksi, akuntansi produksi, barang jadi, lot dan […]. Consignment is a common practice in retail industry where we agree to pay a Supplier of goods after the goods are sold and return the unsold goods back to the Supplier. This module is used record consignment transaction on good receipt, sales, and return to supplier.
Creating and reusing building blocks in Odoo is one of the biggest strengths of the Odoo website editor. Do you want to try the demo code and see the source code of this tutorial? You can view it on my Github account. Has this tutorial helped you, do you have any feedback or questions? Post away! In this tutorial I will learn you how to create and use submodules in Odoo.
In this example I will create a public submodule and a private submodule and I will link them to the Odoo. So, what exactly is a submodule? A submodule is a link from one Github repository to another repository.
You can see it as a virtual pointer to a specific commit in time of the remote repository. For Odoo. You have public submodules and private submodules.
Public repositories are those that are publicly available for example https: Private repositories are the repositories that are not publicly available. Usually you have private repositories when you work for a company and when you manage customer code. There is a big difference in using public or private submodules on Odoo.
When you have a public repository you can easily add the submodule and it will work.
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For a private repository you will need to generate a deploy key on Odoo. Now we know what a submodule is but the question is why would you use a submodule? Submodules are very handy to use if you want to include third party apps in your Odoo. The only other way to get this code available in your Odoo. But what if the third party developer has made a lot of changes, fixes or improvements? This is the true power of submodules. Now let us first link a public repository to the Odoo.
In chapter 3 I will learn you how to add a private repository as a submodule. Setting up public repositories is really very easy to do. You will need to create a submodule and commit it to Github. Go to your Github repository, switch to the correct branch and add the submodule from the command line:. This new commit will trigger a new Odoo.
Great job! This is all you need for a public repository. If you also have a private repository and want to add it then continue to the next chapter.
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Alright now let us configure the use of a private submodule! Go back to your Odoo. In your repository you could now make a commit to add the repository as a submodule. For a private repository however you have some extra work. You have to copy the generated key from the Odoo. First copy the key: After doing this Odoo. The final thing you need to do is to add the submodule from the command line, commit it and push it to Github:.
After this build is ready you will see that the modules from your other private repository are available on this instance.
Using submodules in combination with Odoo. Setting it up in the beginning might take some time and you can make some mistakes but in the long run it will save you a load of time and redundant code. If you can use submodules and want to test your deployments on Odoo. In this tutorial I will teach you how to separate your Odoo frontend and backend. In order to achieve and demonstrate this setup to you I will be working with two virtual machines. My frontend server has the IP Make sure that both your servers have a fixed IP, otherwise your setup will break due to IP changes!
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Let us start with the configuration of the backend server. This server will contain the PostgreSQL server and the database s. Now create a new PostgreSQL user. Make sure that the PostgreSQL username matches with the username of the user running Odoo on your frontend server. After you execute this command the system will ask you for a password for this user.
Fill in a password and confirm this password again. After installing the PostgreSQL server and creating the user we now need to configure the remote connections.
As our backend server will be used for the database connections our frontend server needs to be able to access it. Open up your frontend server and get the IP of the server. In my example my frontend server has the IP Add a new line after the existing one which contains your frontend server its IP address. In my example this results to Your configuration file should now look like this:. Finally, save your file and close it.
Your PostgreSQL still needs to know the listen address of your frontend server too though. To achieve this we have to edit the postgresql. Save this file and close it.
Next reload the PostgreSQL service in order to apply all the changes:. Your backend server is done now. Switch to the frontend server and open up your Odoo configuration file. That is all! While this is everything that you need in order to split up the backend and frontend of Odoo there are still some things to consider. This also includes the calls from the frontend server to the backend server.
You can do this executing the following commands one by one on your backend server:. After running these commands you can see an overview of your databases and to what user the database belongs. Setting up an Odoo instance where the frontend and the backend are split is actually quite easy. Due to the built-in parameters from Odoo it is very easy to configure the frontend side. In this tutorial I will learn you how to setup an Odoo. In this example I will create a new account, create a new repository and add code to the Github repository in order to explain how Odoo.
Go to odoo. Because of these additional permissions Odoo. Now Odoo will ask you to deploy your platform. Choose an existing repository if you want to use it or create a new one. In this tutorial I will create a new repository to show everything in detail. Choose a repository name. Next choose the Odoo version you want to test against and finally provide your enterprise or partner license. The hosting location is up to you.
Thats it! Now open up your Github and go to your just created repository. Add a commit to the repository so that it contains some new code. In my example I will push a module to Github that contains an automated test so I can show you how tests work and what happens. The moment that you make a commit to the Github repository Odoo.
My Github after making a commit: My Odoo. Now switch back to Odoo. After a few minutes your new commit will procude a new test instance that is ready and built. So now my test has failed it means I must have done something wrong. After correcting this test I make a new commit to Github. From here you can download and view all logs. As Odoo. Because of this the first blog post, this one, is only about basic operations.
You can find a second tutorial about how to configure public and private submodules here. Odoo has invested a lot of time into Odoo. Thanks to Odoo. In this tutorial I will learn you how to write tests, how to use the tests in Odoo and how to test them. I will create an example test that creates a new project, a new task and attaches the project to the new task.
This tutorial is based on Odoo V11 but will also work in V Let us create a new module to start. You can either manually create a module or create one with the scaffold command from Odoo. Add your depends in the manifest. Your folder structure should now look like this: Odoo tests are an exception and have a built-in check by Odoo.
They do not need an explicit import like models or controllers. So, does this make sense to you? Now that we have the basic structure setup there is just one more thing to do: Go ahead and create a new function in your file. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Paperback Verified Purchase.
Great book for usa business owners that want a strong erp system without a huge cost. Openerp, now know as odoo, is a powerful pos and accounting system with more flexibility than quickbooks.
Odoo provives infinite possibilities to configure your business model, but with infinite posibilities comes infinite responsibility. This book is meant to be a guide for usa based business owners to get up and running quickly, but thoroughly without overloading the reader with info.
Additional research and trianing self-paced or guided will still be necessary. However, if your looking for a clean way to start this book is it. Take it from me, Ive setup odoo and walked away from ot seceral times due to its complexity, but after follwing this book i was able to get a working implementation up and running. Now, i have moved in to some more advanced online classes, but i still reference this book. Now for the negatives: I call this a negative as i font believe there will be an updated version for 9, but if there was Id buy it.
Read, reread and then read between the lines. I wish the writer had expanded on some of the vague topics by takng a step-by-step approach, ratger than stating what needed to be done but leaving it up to the reader to figure out how.
This is related to 2, but i want to make everyone aware that this book will tell you how to set up a sound basic accounting sys in odoo. It will not explain theory and odoo specific best practices. Having an accountant that is willing to work with odoo and you until you have every account strategy locked in is going to be important.
Last important note. If you want to make the instructions in this book work, then you have to install odoo natively and host it yourself. Or, you can hire someone to do it for you. We have been using Odoo in normal course of business for about 3 years now.
We love it If you are looking at this book, you probably have noticed that documentation especially on the accounting side is very sparse, and very difficult to understand for YOUR situation. The problem is that each country has its own unique ways of doing things. For that reason: Knowing what I know about other countries, it could be possible to get headed in the wrong direction, especially if you are looking for a "follow the steps and make it work" guide.
The theories and ideas are all sound, but you still need to know and understand your own countries accounting standards. Overall this has been a great reference for our accounting staff, and each time we re-read it there is more knowledge we gain. One person found this helpful. I picked up this book because we are evaluating Odoo for inventory reasons, but we need a fully integrated software solution for our companies.
I was getting extremely frustrated with the software because I had no basic start point nor obvious path forward. The accounting set up is the backbone of the program, and I was lost.
After reading this manual, I have a better grip on the accounting framework and hopefully some helpful modules to install that will make Odoo more inline with my US financial and reporting requirements. Some of my and my accountant's immediate questions were answered within the first few sections of this book. Definitely a great resource for US Odoo users! This is the exact type of book I was looking for. I am not an accountant and I do not like to read a lot.
So the pictures really helps me a lot. The book is large in size, this too helps me with my eyesight and makes reading a pleasure. The content of the was just right for me because I am a beginner.
I needed a nice overview of all the accounting features. A helicopter view of odoo accounting. This book fulfilled my needs. The immediate section of the book that saved me a lot of time was the bank reconciliation section. The author really understood the problem I was having with odoo. He gave a fantastic solution in the book. I am sure once I get better at odoo, I will buy the second more deep book by the author.
With real life examples of daily life accounting problems that will arise. I have an engineering background and started out with pretty much zero accounting knowledge.
We started using OpenERP for managing our inventory only while we used another system for accounting. After porting our accounting we have difficulty getting the system configured correctly. I've only spend a few days reading and trying the examples but already it has been extremely helpful in helping me understand in inner workings of the journals and chart of accounts. I was able to get some basic reports working fairly easily - which is a major milestone for us.