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Odoo External Resource Loader
Include external URI into your Odoo application easily
- Create easily resource link into your odoo, our module will think to action and menu item!.
- Edit the menu item with the smart button, and place it where do you want.
- Read our guide to setup correctly the external pages.
- No coding skills required, just install and it works.
- Full support for any browser.
Contact us for any questions.
External Resource Loader Documentation
Whit this module you can include extra site inside your Odoo application as a simple menu item. Make sure your external site can be edited to setup properly the Content-Security-Policy property into headers.
Installation & users setup
Install this module into your odoo addons folder, no additional python library is required.
This parts is available only if you activate developer mode in Settings -> Activate developer mode
Once module is installed, you have to go into Settings -> Technical -> External Resources and create a new external resource. After you save the new resource, an action and a menu item will be created. With the smart button you can edit the menu item and place it where do you want. Make sure to reload the page after menu items setup.
After resource definition, you have to setup the external resource web server properly in order to allow frame access from your Odoo application to the resource.
To load the resource properly, you have to edit the web server of the resource in order to set correctly the property Content-Security-Policy. Here is an example for NGINX server:
# Iframe Access directive # remember that host.domain is your Odoo url add_header Content-Security-Policy "frame-ancestors 'self' host.domain";
After that, you can go the menu-item created for the resource and check if it is loaded correctly.
1.0.0 (First release)
- first release of web_external_resource module
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