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This is a framework designed to build connectors with external systems, usually called Backends in the documentation.
A jobs queue
In which the connectors can push functions (synchronization tasks) to be executed later.
An event pattern
The connectors can subscribe listener functions on the events, executed when the events are fired.
Connector base classes
Include base classes for the use in connectors, ready to be extended:
- Synchronizer: flow of an import or export
- Mapper: transform a record according to mapping rules
- Binder: link external IDs with local IDS
- BackendAdapter: adapter interface for the exchanges with the backend
- But ConnectorUnit can be extended to accomplish any task
A multi-backend support
Each ConnectorUnit can be registered amongst a backend type (eg. Magento) and a backend version (allow to have a different Mapper for each backend’s version for instance)
It is used for example used to connect Magento and Prestashop, but also used with Solr, CMIS, …
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This module does nothing on its own. It is a ground for developing advanced connector modules. For further information, please go on: http://odoo-connector.com
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This module is maintained by the OCA.
OCA, or the Odoo Community Association, is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to support the collaborative development of Odoo features and promote its widespread use.
This module is part of the OCA/connector project on GitHub.
You are welcome to contribute. To learn how please visit https://odoo-community.org/page/Contribute.
Odoo Connector is a powerful framework to develop any kind of bi-directional connector between Odoo (Open Source ERP) and any other software or service.
This Odoo add-on has a modular and generic core, with the ability to be extended with additional modules for new features or customizations.
It got a major overhaul in 2017 (Odoo 10.0). A :ref:`migration-guide` is available.
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- 100% Open Source (LGPL version 3): the full source code is available on GitHub
- Not only designed to connect Odoo with e-commerce backends, rather it is adaptable to connect Odoo with any type of service.
- Robust for high volumetries and easy to monitor thanks to a :ref:`jobs-queue`.
- A flexible set of building blocks, it does not force to a certain implementation but leaves the final choice to the developer on how to use the proposed pieces.
- See a :ref:`code-overview` with examples of code
Connectors based on the framework
- Magento Connector
- Prestashop Connector
- Search Engine Connector
- Odoo Asynchronous import module
- Salesforce Connector
- JIRA Connector
- Google Spreadsheet Connector
- Connector Exchange
- Infor Connector
- Voicent Connector
- Develop easily and rapidly your own connector based on this powerful
framework and list your project on this page! Examples:
- E-Commerce: Odoo OsCommerce connector, Odoo Drupal Commerce connector, Odoo Spree connector, Odoo Ebay connector, Odoo Amazon connector…
- CMS: Odoo Wordpress connector…
- CRM: Odoo SugarCRM connector, Odoo Zabbix connector…
- Project Management: Odoo Redmine connector…
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