Voxel sale order
Import sale order from Voxel.
Voxel sale order
This module allows you to import sales orders from Voxel. Imports are queued in jobs running in the background.
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To configure this module you have to belong to the access group 'Voxel manager' under 'Technical Settings', then:
- Go to Settings > Users & Companies > Companies, open the companies you want to enable Voxel communication and set 'Enable Voxel' field to True.
- In the login list, add the corresponding login for connecting with Voxel to import sales orders. The final URL from where sales order will be imported is '<Login URL>/Outbox'.
- Save the form and edit it again, find 'Sale Order login' field and select the login to be used in the imports.
- If you have the right access, go to Settings > Technical > Automation > Scheduled Actions, find the record named 'Edi Voxel: Get voxel sale order' and Adjust the data corresponding to that scheduled action, such as the frequency with which that action will be executed.
This module enqueue the imports in jobs in the background. To do that it uses queue_job module, so a configuration is required according to that. The jobs for impots are queued in the channel root.voxel_import.
To use this module, you don't need to do anything. Automatically every so often a 'scheduled action' will be executed that will try to import from Voxel the sales orders that have not been imported previously.
Imports will be performed for the companies that have the 'Voxel' field checked (See configuration section).
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This module is maintained by the OCA.
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This module is part of the OCA/edi project on GitHub.
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