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Simplified and Extended View in OpenERP


You may like to visit How to install OpenERP 6.1 and OpenERP 6.0 on Windows Vista and Windows 7 in 10 Minutes.

Now, It is time to find out the difference between Simplified View and Extended View in OpenERP. We believe that you have installed OpenERP, created database using web client and installed the modules and if you are searching for the answers then visit our related articles…

Once you finish the installation process, Open WebClient by using the URL: http://localhost:8069/web/webclient/home

Next step is to create the database,

Please visit our post on How to create database in OpenERP?

Open WebClient by using the URL: http://localhost:8069/web/webclient/home

Lets see how to install Sale Module, How to Install Sale / Any Module in OpenERP

Click on Sales -> Product -> Click on Any Product Name

Product - OpenERP Web Client
Product – OpenERP Web Client

Click on Product Ice-Cream to Open it in a Form View;  Click on Edit

Product in a Form View - OpenERP Web Client
Product in a Form View – OpenERP Web Client

Now lets configure web client to display extended view.

Click on Settings -> Users

Users - OpenERP Web Client
Users – OpenERP Web Client

Click on Administrator -> Edit

There are two tabs available; Click on Access Right

In Usability Section, Click on the checkbox, Extended View

Save

Administrator - Extended View - OpenERP Web Client
Administrator – Extended View – OpenERP Web Client

Verify the Product in Form View again and we can see more fields than Simplified View

Product in Extended View - OpenERP Web Client
Product in Extended View – OpenERP Web Client

Done!!! 🙂

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