File Data Importer
Import Information As Odoo Records
Example: Import .xls File
- 1. You can import both .xls(x) and .csv files.
- 2. It is possible to specify a max. size to import the file by batches and avoid consuming too much resources.
- 3. The file to be imported.
- 4. Where the headers are starting, because not always the rows start at the beginning.
- 5. This is where the information about how to map the rows with odoo classes is set.
- 6. The odoo model represented by the set of columns defined at the right side.
- 7. The odoo field(s) that will be used to identify the record in the system, because what you are importing may exist already.
- 8. The columns from the file and the equivalent in odoo as a field from the specified model.
- 9. This is a nested object that represents a relationship (many2one x2many) with the current object. In this case, it represents the driver. In this case, it represents the driver.
- 10. Two fields were selected to be used to identify a res.partner in the system, because just one of them is not enough to make it unique.
- 11. This is where the binding parent-child is defined.
- 12. The driver, itself, has a nested partner (the last red circle in the first image).
- 13. It is the license plate, the field used to identify the cars (fleet.vehicle) uniquely.
- 14. It is the many2one to res.partner, the driver. All the blue fields are regular properties (char/number) from fleet.vehicle.
- 16. It is a value that was not given in the file but was set by default in the import object.
- 17. This date was specified as a number (internal representation of Microsoft Excel) but cast at runtime during the import process as specified in the import object.
- 18. In the file it was just given "D" or "G", but a transformation has been also applied here to cast it to our needs.
All the nested objects are imported too
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