Export Current View
One of the best OpenERP's features is exporting custom data to CSV/XLS. You can do it by clicking on the export link in the sidebar. The export action allows us to configure what to be exported by selecting fields, etc, and allows you to save your export as a template so that you can export it once again without having to configure it again.
That feature is as great and advanced as limited for an everyday experience. A lot of customers want simply to export the tree view they are looking to.
If you miss this feature as us, probably you'll find an answer into our web_export_view module.
After you installed it, you'll find an additional link 'Export current view' right below the 'Export' one. By clicking on it you'll get a XLS file contains the same data of the tree view you are looking at, headers included.
Bugs are tracked on GitHub Issues. In case of trouble, please check there if your issue has already been reported. If you spotted it first, help us smashing it by providing a detailed and welcomed feedback here.
Enterprise version limitation: exported values are interpreted always as strings so if you want to create formulas or calculations on top of them you need to convert them manually.
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Please, everyone knows why it´s not available for version 10.0.
It´s the only version affected. Can I find this module for version 10 in some other place? Thanks