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Odoo for WooCommerce

Odoo for WooCommerce now brings powerful integration with your business management software. 

Installation: ↑ Back to top

  1. Download the .zip file from your WooCommerce account.
  2. Go to: WordPress Admin > Plugins > Add New and Upload Plugin with the file you downloaded with Choose File.
  3. Install Now and Activate the plugin.

Creating an Odoo account: ↑ Back to top

If you already have an Odoo account set up, feel free to skip this step. 

Enterprise Edition

  1. Click here to sign up and activate your free trial.
  2. Select your apps for your WooCommerce store: Sales, Invoicing, Accounting, and Inventory are essential apps. Click Continue.

  1. Fill up your credentials and click Start Now.

  2. Respond to the confirmation email, set password and click Activate Your Database for account activation.

     

Community Edition

Download Community edition from here and for installation process click here

Accessing the Plugin Settings ↑ Back to top

You can access the plugin using the below-mentioned method:

  1. In your WordPress admin page, click on the WooCommerce>Settings.
  2. Click on the Integration > ODOO Integration and go to Settings tab to connect your website with Odoo.

Setup and Configuration ↑ Back to top

Configure your settings: 

Server URL ↑ Back to top

For Enterprise Edition

  1. For Server URL sign in to odoo account select the name of your company displaying at the top right corner and click on My Databases.

  2. Select Connect in front of the Database you want to connect with your website.

  3. Copy the URL of the page, for example, https://xyz. odoo.com

  4. Paste it in Server URL tab.

For Community Edition

Copy and paste your default URL for the selected database of odd into Server URL.

For Example, In the below-mentioned case, it would be http:// testsite. com

Note: Do not add a forward slash at the end of your URL “/”


Database Name

Enterprise Edition

Goto: Odoo website > My Databases page.

Community Edition

Click on Manage Databases from the main login window.

Copy database name you want to connect.

Now, insert database name in Database Name tab associated with Server URL.

 

Username ↑ Back to top

Enterprise Edition

You can find the username here.

Community Edition

For Community Edition, the default email will be your username.

 

Now, Copy and paste the username associated with your odoo account.

 

Password / API Key ↑ Back to top

Password

Insert password of your Odoo account 

API Key Access

For API Access goto Settings > General settings

Scroll at the bottom of the tab and click on Activate the developer mode.

On the top-right corner click on your Profile name and select preferences ( or My Profile in older version of Community edition ) from the dropdown menu.

Select Account Security and click on NEW API KEY

 

Enter your default password if asked.

 

If asked enter the purpose of the API key. Could be anything and then click GENERATE KEY button.

 

Copy API Key and save it to a secure place for future use.

 

Now, paste API key in Password/API key tab

Debug Log ↑ Back to top

Debug log allows you to record and see events and API requests. Useful for developers while debugging any event. 

 

Logged file can be found at WooCommerce > Status > Log

 

WooCommerce SKU Mapping to Odoo as Internal Reference or Barcode ↑ Back to top

Odoo SKU Mapping tab is used to export SKU as an odoo’s internal reference or barcode, or import barcode or internal reference as an SKU. Select the one that is preferable for your odoo CRM. 

Make sure to save changes by clicking on Save Changes button at the bottom of every tab to save your settings.
 

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Enable Inventory Sync ↑ Back to top

By checking Enable Inventory Sync, your wooCommerce product inventory is synched into your odoo inventory app according to the time set with Cron Frequency.

Note: Inventory is only synced when the checkbox is checked in the plugin settings to enable inventory sync.

Other Account Settings ↑ Back to top

These accounts may load based on your settings in odoo after successful integration based on your settings in odoo and country settings. Choose the default option for your wooCommerce store that best describe your accounts, debtor accounts, tax types and so on. 

Note: If these don’t load, the plugin has already selected the default settings from your odoo CRM based on your country.

Select GST/ Tax / Shipping Tax Type ↑ Back to top

These tabs appear based on the country or state you are dealing in, taxes are imported from your odoo account and you can select the one from the dropdown menu according to your need. And click Save changes.

Select Account Type ↑ Back to top

Select an account type for your customers buying at your WooCommerce store according to your suitability for your odoo account.

 

Select Debtors Account ↑ Back to top

Select debtors account for your odoo account based on the intent of your customers and products or services you are providing. 

 

Import Settings ↑ Back to top

Export Settings ↑ Back to top

 

FAQs ↑ Back to top

How do I import or update  products from Odoo automatically? ↑ Back to top

There is an import setting that should be enabled to import products automatically. 

This is accessed here:

WooCommerceSettingsIntegration → odoo Integration →  Import tab

Enable following:

  • Import products
  • Update products
  • Synchronise stocks
  • Synchronise price
  • Import categories
  • Import Attributes

Also, set the frequency to initiate the cron job. 

How do I export or update  products from Odoo automatically? ↑ Back to top

Export settings should be enabled to export products automatically. 

This is accessed here:

WooCommerceSettingsIntegration → odoo Integration →  Export tab

Enable following:

  • Export products
  • Update products
  • Synchronise stocks
  • Synchronise price
  • Export categories
  • Exportt Attributes

Also, set the frequency to initiate the cron job. 

Error code 404 issues showing up or redirecting you to another page? ↑ Back to top

This usually occurs when another plugin is interfering with the plugin operations. To solve this, simply disable all plugins temporarily and continue by activating plugins one-by-one. 

If this error is still occurring, please reach out to our support team by raising a WooCommerce ticket here- https://woocommerce.com/my-account/create-a-ticket/ and mention you have disabled other plugins, so, we can take the next steps necessary. 

Having configuration issues?  ↑ Back to top

The most common mistake is initially setting up the plugin. It is very easy to get the API keys wrong, so please ensure these steps are done accurately via the document below.

https://woocommerce.com/document/odoo-for-woocommerce/#section-4

How this plugin sync orders? ↑ Back to top

Orders are synced directly to the Odoo account when customers have processed them. When an order is placed in your WooCommerce store, the invoice is generated automatically in Odoo.
For cron job, make sure you have enabled Order Functions from export, and/or import tabs as per your preference and save changes. There are certain settings based on your odoo CRM settings for orders in the odoo integration settings such as Select Account Type, Select Debtors Account and Select Tax Type explained above

 

 

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