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OpenERP Subscription module introduction


In our routine business life, sometimes it requires to generate some documents automatically. OpenERP has a great module for that kind of requirement and that is ‘Subscription’.

OpenERP Subscription Module
OpenERP Subscription Module

Once we install this module, we will have “Tools” on the top.

OpenERP Subscription menu
OpenERP Subscription menu

Lets check this by one example.
We have configured “Document Type” for Invoice subscription. We can have any objects as per our requirement. Here we are trying to create Invoice so when we create new invoice, it will take Invoice date as current date.

Document Type
Document Type

In below screen we can see that we have just created one customer invoice with predefined products and validate it. Now we will make recurrent on this document.

OpenERP Invoice
OpenERP Invoice

After above configuration, we are going to creat a subscription record now. We have configured something like, for selected invoice, it will create monthly invoices i.e. one copy per month. Once we click on Process button, Cron job has been created for this subscription record, and cron job will take care of this.

OpenERP Subscription Configuration
OpenERP Subscription Configuration

We can see schedular in the list that we have created in above screen.

OpenERP Subscription Schedular
OpenERP Subscription Schedular

After above process, we can check in Invoice list view, and we will find new invoice created here. This way every month new Invoice will be created automatically.

New Invoice
New Invoice

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