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Working with Webkit Report on OpenERP

Webkit Reports on OpenERP

      OpenERP have many methods for creating reports, on which webkit reports have some special features which makes an enviornment for easy and faster creation of reports, particularly for a web developer. 

The main features are:

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Search Views in OpenERP

        Search views are a new feature of OpenERP supported in OpenERP version 6. It creates a customized search panel, and is declared quite similarly to a form view, except that the view type and root element change to search instead of form. After declaring a search view, it will be used automatically for all tree views on the same model.

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Schedulers in OpenERP

Schedulers are one of the most attractive features of OpenERP. As the name implies they can schedule any activity like sending email, checking stock quantity, synchronizations, invoice and  purcahse operations, etc... A scheduler executes a particular function at regular intervals, without human interference.

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Sequence in OpenERP

Adding a sequence for records in OpenERP is very simple. For making a field a sequence type, we need to create new sequence or use existing sequence. For creating a sequence, we need to create two type of objects, one is “ir.sequence.type” and other “ir.sequence”. The example to create these records are given below..

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Basics of developing a simple module in OpenERP

OpenObject uses modules as feature containers, to foster maintainable and robust development. The functionality in OpenERP is provided by modules.

Module Composition

A module may contain any of the following elements:

business objects: declared as Python classes extending the osv.osv OpenObject class
data : views, menu, workflows, demo data etc..
wizards : stateful interactive forms