This module extends the functionality of Odoo Maintenance module by allowing an equipment to have different preventive maintenance kinds.
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Install the module.
Should you already use the maintenance module and have equipments with field ‘Preventive Maintenance Frequency’ defined, a new maintenance plan will be automatically created on these equipments with maintenance kind ‘Install’.
Moreover if a Request of type ‘preventive’ exists, whose stage isn’t marked as ‘Request done’, and has a Request Date matching the equipment’s ‘Next Preventive Maintenance’, the request will be updated with the ‘Install’ maintenance kind.
Make sure you don’t have multiple ‘preventive’ requests at a stage which isn’t marked as ‘Request done’ and on the same ‘Request date’ as the equipment or the module installation will fail with a User Error.
Instead of defining a period and duration for only one preventive maintenance per equipment, you can define multiple preventive maintenance kind for each equipment.
Maintenance Kinds have to be defined through the configuration menu. Their name have to be unique and can be set as active or inactive, should these not be used anymore.
On any equipment over the maintenance tab, the maintenance plan will appear as an embedded list view, allowing to add different maintenance kind with their own period and duration. The next maintenance date will then be computed automatically according to today’s date and the period defined, but the maintenance request won’t be created automatically as is the case in Odoo’s Maintenance module.
Instead, this module uses the original Cron job of Odoo’s Maintenance module to generate maintenance requests, should there not be any requests which is not done, at the request date matching the maintenance plan next_maintenance_date for this equipment and this maintenance kind !
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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/maintenance project on GitHub.
You are welcome to contribute. To learn how please visit https://odoo-community.org/page/Contribute.
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