Sale Order CSV Import
Import CSV sale order files
Sale Order Import CSV
This module adds support for the import of electronic RFQ or orders as CSV file. The structure of the CSV file is the same as for the Dilicom plateform (the main plateform to order books in France). It contains 2 columns:
- the 1st column contains the product code (EAN13 or any other product code),
- the 2nd column contains the product quantity, using '.' (dot) as decimal separator and without any thousand separator.
It shouldn't have any header line and use semi-colon as field separator. The CSV file is expected to use UTF-8 encoding ; but as product codes rarely use non-ASCII caracters, the file is identical to an ASCII-encoded file.
Example of an order CSV file:
5410228193449;2 5449000054227;10 5449000111715;5
As the CSV order doesn't contain any pricing information, the prices are always computed from the pricelist of the customer.
If you want to export an Odoo purchase order as a CSV file, you can use the module purchase_dilicom_csv available on Akretion's Github.
No configuration is needed.
Read the description of the sale_order_import module for a detailed usage description. As the CSV file doesn't contain any identification of the customer, when you import a CSV file, the wizard will ask you to select the customer. If you want to test the import of a CSV order and your Odoo database is loaded with the demo data, you can import the file sale_order_import_csv/tests/files/order_file_test1.csv.
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.
- Alexis de Lattre <email@example.com>
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