Odoo 9 community vs. enterprise features

Odoo 9 community vs. enterprise features. Document is still in draft.

Services Odoo 8 Odoo 9 Community Odoo 9 Enterprise
Community Forum X X X
Upgrades to future versions / / X
Bugfixes Guarantee / / X
Support / / X
Features   Odoo 9 Community Odoo 9 Enterprise
Accounting
Basic Accounting X Improved Improved
Accounting Reports static static dynamic
Statement Import: Coda X Improved Improved
Accounting Dashboard / X X
Bank Interfaces (U.S., NZ, Canada) / / X
Statement Import: OFX, QIF / X X
Check Printing & Deposit / / X
Customer Follow-ups basic basic Improved
User Interface
Desktop X Improved Improved
Android CRM / X X
Mobile UI / / X
New Design / / X
Project Management
Tasks X Improved Improved
Issues X Improved Improved
Timesheets Former version Improved Improved
Timesheet Chrome plugin & mobile app / / X
Forecasts / / X
Sales Management
CRM X Improved Improved
Sales X Improved Improved
Contracts Former version Improved Improved
Customer Portal X X Improved
eSignature / / X
Subscriptions / / X
Digital products / X X
Human Resources
Holidays X Improved Improved
Employee Directory X Improved Improved
Recruitments X Improved Improved
Appraisals Former version Improved Improved
Departments Dashboard / X X
WMS
Inventory Management X Improved Improved
Barcode support Former version Improved Improved
Integration with UPS, Fedex, DHL, USPS / / X
Inter-company rules / X X
Website Builder
Website Builder X Improved Improved
Blog X Improved Improved
Form builder / / X
Call-to-Actions Blocks / / X
Versioning / X X
A/B Testing / X X
eCommerce
Full eCommerce X Improved Improved
Authorize.net integration / X X
Shipping Integration / / X
eBay Connector / / X
Amazon Connector / / X
Coupons / / X
Point of Sale
Point of Sale X X X
Point of Sale for Restaurants / X X
Loyalty cards / / X
Marketing
Events X Improved Improved
Expenses X Improved Improved
Mass mailing X Improved Improved
Mass Mailing Templates / / X
Live Chat X Improved Improved
Misc
Usability improvements / X X
Google Spreadsheet X X X
Document Management (slides) / X X
Planner (first weeks onboarding) / X X
Reporting X Improved Improved

Odoo 9 Feature Split – OpenCore pdf version.

 

How to create your own squid proxy server on CentOS

How to create your own squid proxy server on CentOS

Squid is a proxy server for caching and filtering web content .
Squid proxy service will cache the requested web-content and re-using it for the further request of the same content.

You can also hide your real IP with squid and access content usually forbidden for your country or IP address.

Requirement is that you have already installed your CentOS server.

1.) Connect with putty to install and configure squid

yum update
yum install squid
cd /etc/squid3

Make backup of default configuration just in case…

cp squid.conf squid.conf.bak

Remove default configuration

rm -rf squid.conf

Create and open new configuration in nano (you can use any other editor)

nano squid.conf

Paste this 2 lines of code into your new configuration file

http_access allow all
http_port 20000

Save configuration

6.) Start squid service

service squid start

7.) To check your connection use telnet IP on port defined in your squid configuration.
In this case 20000

telnet IP 20000

Your proxy server is ready if your connection was successiful.
Setup your OS to use this proxy server and go to http://whatsmyip.org to check your new IP address.
Don’t forget to open port 20000 on your server firewall.

Check this article to configure squid on Ubuntu:

http://netjunky.net/how-to-create-your-own-squid-proxy-server-with-azure/

 

Odoo – super simple subdomain filtering with Cloudflare

Small introduction

Cloudflare is a great set of services for its community and their websites. It can provide you with high quality tools that any webmaster could ever wish for. Your sites are much safer with these services, and you can easily grasp what is really happening out there around your little Internet web corner.

You can get your free Cloudflare account in couple of minutes, and with it, you get your brand new name servers. All the benefits of moving your domains to Cloudflare is subject to the completely new post. Here, I just want to show three easy little steps on how to activate subdomain filtering to your odoo server (Ubuntu 14.04).

Subdomain filtering? Well, would you like that web address http://base.yourdomain.com/ automagically opens odoo instance and web site with database named base ? Thats it.

Did I mention that Cloudflare would also create ssl certificates for all your domains? For free? Yes and all your odoo sites will be ssl green and trusted worldwide.

1st step (location: odoo server)

First step is really just following this post -> http://netjunky.net/run-odoo-on-port-80-instead-of-8069/

It will reroute all incoming port 80 traffic to odoo default 8069.

2nd step (location: odoo server)

On our odoo server, we need to modify odoo daemon script. Usually, you want to setup your production odoo server with odoo daemon/service script. Script is more or less standard and usually placed here -> /etc/init.d/odoo-server (odoo-server name is optional).

Here is the part you need to modify:

# Additional options that are passed to the Daemon.
DAEMON_OPTS="-c $CONFIGFILE"

And after the editing, DAEMON_OPTS line should look like this:

# Additional options that are passed to the Daemon.
DAEMON_OPTS="-c $CONFIGFILE --db-filter=^%d$"

Save changes to the script and then restart service:

[email protected]:~$ sudo service odoo-server restart
3rd step (location: Cloudflare dashboard)

On your cloudflare dashboard select your domain, and then DNS tool for managing your Domain Name System settings.

Add a new A record which points to your odoo server IP address -> example: A    databasename    points to 173.25.53.33

Open your browser with new address -> http://databasename.yourdomain.com/

Create new odoo database with name -> databasename (Note: it must be same as the subdomain name in the A record)

Repeate this step for every new subdomain you want to add.

 

Summary

And do you know what else? It works for all your different Cloudflare domains just as well, one odoo server with multiple domains and subdomains.

Obviously, you don’t want and can’t have two or more databases with the same name. So if you need to have something like  erp.domain1.com and erp.domain2.com on the same server, you will need to use slightly different regular expression for database filtering -> instead of ^%d$ you should use ^%h$ .

If we define domain like this -> hostname.domain.com, then regular expression ^%d$  will filter out string hostname. On the other hand regular expression ^%h$ will filter out string hostname.domain.com.

In short, if you decide to go with regular expression ^%h$ , database name in the 3rd step should be hostname-domain-com (we need to switch dots with dashes).
This is solution when you want to host larger number of databases on one odoo server and you need to have even more flexible domain name choices.

Enjoy your brand new odoo nicely named instances!

Hey what about SSL stuff?

Well ask netjunky, maybe he can write something about that.

 

How to create your own squid proxy server with Azure and Ubuntu

How to create your own squid proxy server with Azure and Ubuntu OS.

Squid is a proxy server for caching and filtering web content .
Squid proxy service will cache the requested web-content and re-using it for the further request of the same content.You can also hide your real IP with squid and access content usually forbidden for your country or IP address.

1.) Sign in to your Azure Portal and create VM

How to create your own squid proxy server with Azure

2.) Choose Ubuntu Server 14.04 LTS

How to create your own squid proxy server with Azure

 

3.) Configure your VM

 

How to create your own squid proxy server with Azure

4.) Create endpoint higher then 1024 for example 20000

How to create your own squid proxy server with Azure

5.) Connect with putty to install and configure squid

sudo apt-get install squid -y
cd /etc/squid3

Make backup of default configuration just in case…

sudo cp squid.conf squid.conf.bak

Remove default configuration

sudo rm -rf squid.conf

Create and open new configuration in nano (you can use any other editor)

sudo nano squid.conf

Paste this 2 lines of code into your new configuration file

http_access allow all
http_port 20000

Save configuration

6.) Restart squid service

sudo service squid3 restart

7.) To check your connection use telnet IP on port defined in your squid configuration.
In this case 20000

telnet IP 20000

Your proxy server is ready if your connection was successiful.
Setup your OS to use this proxy server and go to http://whatsmyip.org to check your new IP address.

 

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