1C Connector

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v 12.0 Third Party

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Technical name o1c
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Two-way integration Odoo and 1C8.x

use any Odoo configuration and any 1C configuration

The application provides the functionality of setting up a two-way data exchange and implements the data exchange itself between 1C and Odoo databases of any (!) Configurations.
As Odoo can be with any composition of models \ tables (including unique ones), so 1C can be absolute in any configuration (including completely self-written).

Export data from Odoo to 1C

Import data from 1C to Odoo

What are the Rules of "Integration" or "Matching" or "Exchange"?

A small remark

The base 1C has its own objects (Directories, Documents, Registers, ...) and their fields.
The Odoo database has its own models (sets of tables) and their fields.
Before exporting data from one system into another, you need to specify FROM which tables and fields of one system INTO which tables and fields of another system your need to export your data.
This process is called setup: "Matching Objects and Fields" or "Conversion Rules" (in 1C terminology).
This "matching" is implemented either "hard" in the program code, or stored in separate "integration rules" files or in database.
Integration files in which the "Rules for matching objects and their fields" are stored, can be edited either manually or through the Integration Designer.

Of course, the Integration Designer is the most convenient way to configure the "Integration Rules".
This Application implements the configuration of the exchange through the Constructor called "1C: Conversion 2.1".
The Designer "1C: Conversion" is free(!), flexible, open, standard (ie, "native" for 1C), run-in for years product, massively used and recommended by all, with good documentation, reputation, correct architecture, a lot of examples, a large community.

Powerful designer of "Integration rules"

Easy change the Integration rules without changing the program code

The world is boiling up and if your system does not evolve in accordance with the challenges of time, then it will inevitably be waited for by a stop and archive peace. But if your system (1C and \ or Odoo) is changing very actively (often new tables, fields are added, current tables are changed, ...) then you will need to reconfigure the "Rules for matching fields and tables" relatively often.
If the "Rules for matching fields and tables" are embedded in the code("hardcode"), then you will have to overpay for the services of developers.
This Application will allow you on your own, quickly and without changing the code - to change the "Rules for matching objects and fields" in "Designer of Integration rules".

Matching Odoo and 1C Sale Order fields in Designer "1C:Conversion"

Odoo crm lead field kanban_state in 1C Conversion

Odoo crm lead structure in 1C Conversion

Odoo sale order structure in 1C Conversion

Benefits

This will greatly save you not only your money, but also time.

The quick setup of integration between any, even self-written, Odoo and 1C configurations is a huge plus, but we believe that it is not the most important one. The main advantage of this functionality is that setting the matching fields and tables (exchange rules) Odoo and 1C can be done quickly, easily, independently (by business analysts or advanced users) without the need to change the code and without contacting the developers(Odoo or 1C developers).

Example adding exchange rule: 1C Contact VAT -> Odoo Contact VAT

The basic idea

...and algorithm of initial setup

1. This Application creates a description of the structure of the Odoo database(tables and fields) and saves it in an xml file.

2. In the 1C database, by processing MD83Exp.epf or MD82Exp.epf, a description of the structure of the 1C configuration is created and stored in the xml file.

3. Files with structures (configurations) 1C and Odoo - are loaded into the "database 1C:Conversion of data 2.1" (see the documentation of 1C:Conversion).

How to setup Odoo and 1C Integration

These first three points are made only one(!) times when you first set up.

4. In the 1C Conversion database - the Rules for converting objects and the Rules for export are created\change.
5. The created "Integration Rules" are saved in the xml-file, which is used to export data.
If you want to change the rules of data exchange, then proceed with paragraphs 4 and 5. When exporting data is converted and marked in what fields they should be loaded. To do this, use the file "Exchange rules". When importing data, there is all the information required to load the data and the file "Exchange Rules" is not required.

In side 1C, native processing "Universal Data Exchange" is used

Flexible and powerful integration

Customization of non-standard and difficult Conversion Rules

You can set the most complex rules for converting values.
You can write your own data conversion algorithms without having to change the Odoo or 1C program code. Therefore, no restart of the systems (Odoo or 1C) is required to apply the new program code. Therefore, you can dynamically change and expand the integration rules without stopping work.
A few examples:

Converting the value of the 1C field into a row of the Odoo table

Convert the Boolean value of the Odoo field into 1C field with type Selection

Search for a row of a table ("Directory") 1C across the field ("Name"), containing a certain value

Convert the Odoo field Link type to 1C field Selection type

DEMO

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