Software Reseller

by
Odoo
In-App Purchases
v 17.0 Certified 1850
Buy Odoo Enterprise
Availability
Odoo Online
Odoo.sh
On Premise
Odoo Apps Dependencies Knowledge (knowledge)
Project (project)
Studio (web_studio)
Subscriptions (sale_subscription)
Discuss (mail)
Planning (planning)
Sales (sale_management)
Employees (hr)
Invoicing (account)
Purchase (purchase)
Accounting (account_accountant)
Technical Name software_reseller
LicenseOPL-1
Versions saas-17.1 saas-17.3 saas-17.2 saas-17.4 17.0
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Availability
Odoo Online
Odoo.sh
On Premise
Odoo Apps Dependencies Knowledge (knowledge)
Project (project)
Studio (web_studio)
Subscriptions (sale_subscription)
Discuss (mail)
Planning (planning)
Sales (sale_management)
Employees (hr)
Invoicing (account)
Purchase (purchase)
Accounting (account_accountant)
Technical Name software_reseller
LicenseOPL-1
Versions saas-17.1 saas-17.3 saas-17.2 saas-17.4 17.0

This setup if for IT companies reselling software licenses, and consulting services.🚀 The typical sale is a 1 year Oracle Database license that is purchased to Oracle, and resold to client at a margin, with extra services to setup the database.

Odoo Proprietary License v1.0

This software and associated files (the "Software") may only be used (executed,
modified, executed after modifications) if you have purchased a valid license
from the authors, typically via Odoo Apps, or if you have received a written
agreement from the authors of the Software (see the COPYRIGHT file).

You may develop Odoo modules that use the Software as a library (typically
by depending on it, importing it and using its resources), but without copying
any source code or material from the Software. You may distribute those
modules under the license of your choice, provided that this license is
compatible with the terms of the Odoo Proprietary License (For example:
LGPL, MIT, or proprietary licenses similar to this one).

It is forbidden to publish, distribute, sublicense, or sell copies of the Software
or modified copies of the Software.

The above copyright notice and this permission notice must be included in all
copies or substantial portions of the Software.

THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR
IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY,
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT.
IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM,
DAMAGES OR OTHER LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE,
ARISING FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER
DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE.

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by
Arman saeed
on 1/11/24, 2:42 AM



Cautionary Tale: Challenges with App Activation and System Errors in Odoo from an APP that should have said "Enterprise", "Paid" and "Upgrade" because it requires Enterprise Subscription and is not Open Source.
by
Michael Winsett
on 11/14/23, 10:47 PM

I recently encountered some challenges within the Odoo platform that I feel are important to share with the community, particularly regarding the app activation and upgrade process.

While exploring the Apps section in Odoo, I noticed options to “Activate” or “Upgrade” certain apps. It was my understanding that “Activate” implies the app is part of the Open Source suite, while “Upgrade” suggests it's tied to the Enterprise version. This understanding led me to activate an app listed as “Free” under the Open Source filter. However, this action inadvertently introduced several critical errors into my system.

Firstly, I experienced a 'Mixed Content' error while trying to edit my websites. The editor failed to load because the page, secured with HTTPS, was attempting to load an insecure HTTP iframe. This type of issue raises significant security concerns and hinders website management.

Secondly, I encountered a 'Forbidden directive t-translation used in arch' error, indicating a possible misuse of QWeb directives in Odoo. This error points to deeper technical issues within the app or its integration with my system.

Additionally, a 'FileNotFoundError' related to a missing 'icon.png' file in the software_reseller module disrupted the functionality of the module and related features.

To my surprise, the activation of this app seemed to necessitate several Enterprise-specific modules like Knowledge, Subscriptions, Planning, and Accounting. This requirement was not clear at the outset and has led to further complications and errors in other modules like Project, Discuss, Sales, Employees, Invoicing, and Purchase.

Regrettably, there appears to be no straightforward way to uninstall or reverse these changes. Correcting these issues is proving to be a daunting task, potentially requiring extensive time and effort to go through the system line by line.

This experience has been a stark reminder of the importance of thorough backups before making significant changes or activations in Odoo. I hope my experience can serve as a lesson for others in the Odoo community to approach app activations with caution, especially regarding the delineation between Open Source and Enterprise offerings.