Run Odoo on port 80 instead of 8069


1.) Connect with ssh client to your Ubuntu server
2.) Use your favorite text editor (vim, nano…) to edit /etc/rc.local file

sudo nano /etc/rc.local

3.) Paste this into /etc/rc.local file

iptables -t nat -A PREROUTING -p tcp --dport 80 -j REDIRECT --to-port 8069

4.) Reboot your Ubuntu server to see effect

sudo reboot

5.) Access Odoo on port 80

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file permissions for WordPress


When you setup WP you (the webserver) may need write access to the files. So the access rights may need to be loose.

chown www-data:www-data -R /var/www/html/* # Let Apache be owner
find /var/www/html -type d -exec chmod 755 {} \; # Change directory permissions rwxr-xr-x
find /var/www/html -type f -exec chmod 644 {} \; # Change file permissions rw-r–r–

After the setup you should tighten the access rights, according to Hardening WordPress all files except for wp-content should be writable by your user account only. wp-content must be writable by www-data too.

chown : -R * # Let your useraccount be owner
chown www-data:www-data wp-content # Let apache be owner of wp-content

Maybe you want to change the contents in wp-content later on. In this case you could

temporarily change to the user to www-data with su,
give wp-content group write access 775 and join the group www-data or
give your user the access rights to the folder using ACLs.
Whatever you do, make sure the files have rw permissions for www-data.

Redirect to tree view from button click odoo


.py file

from odoo import api, fields, models, _
from odoo.exceptions import ValidationError
from odoo import tools


class Project(models.Model):
    _inherit = "project.project"

    @api.multi
    def action_view_project_cashflow_report(self):
        project_ids = self.id
        return{
            'name'          :   ('Project Cashflow Report'),
            'type'          :   'ir.actions.act_window',
            'view_type'     :   'form',
            'view_mode'     :   'pivot',
            'target'        :   'new', 
            'res_model'     :   'project.cashflow.report',
            'view_id'       :   False,
            'domain'        :   [('project_id','in',[project_ids])]
            }
      }

.xml file

<xpath expr="//button[@name='attachment_tree_view']" position="after">
<button class="oe_stat_button" name="action_view_project_cashflow_report"
        string="Cash Flow" type="object"
        icon="fa-bars"/>
</xpath>

get one2many parent id odoo



<notebook colspan="4">
<page string="Cash Inflow Planning">
<fieldname="cash_inflow_ids"context="{'project_id': parent.id}">
<tree editable="bottom">
<field name="period_date"/>
<field name="deliverables_ids" widget="many2many_checkboxes" domain="[('project_id','=',context.get('project_id'))]">
<field name="name"/>
</field>
</tree>
</field>
</page>
</notebook>

extend t-name in odoo templates


I created the new template file in static/src/xml directory and updated the code like:


<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<templates>
<t t-extend="FieldMany2ManyCheckBoxes">
<t t-jquery="div"t-operation="replace">
<divt-foreach="widget.get('records')"t-as="record"style="background-color: #efeff8 !important">
<divclass="o_checkbox">
<inputt-if="widget.get('value').indexOf(record[0]) !== -1"type="checkbox"t-att-data-record-id="JSON.stringify(record[0])"checked="checked"/>
<inputt-if="widget.get('value').indexOf(record[0]) === -1"type="checkbox"t-att-data-record-id="JSON.stringify(record[0])"/>
<span/>
</div>
<labelclass="o_form_label"><tt-esc="record[1]"/></label>
</div>
</t>
</t>
</templates>

and included the file in __manifest__.py file

'qweb': [
            'static/src/xml/base.xml',
            ],