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How to configure model schemes for Oregional REST API.

Model scheme allow to create a collection of model configurations.

A model scheme can be used by several applications.

It is enough to change the scheme and all applications linked to the scheme will behave the same way.

The app is shipped with the Default model scheme to give you an idea about this feature.

Model schemes menu

Model scheme list

The list of active model schemes is displayed by default. 

Inactive model schemes can be opened using seach filter and search for field Active with value is false

Model scheme settings

Only users with Oregional Odoo App administrator permission can make settings for model schemes

NameThe name of the model schemeTranslateable
DescriptionAdditional information about the model schemeTranslateable
Application buttonView list of linked applications
Active buttonArchive / Unarchive a model scheme

Models tab

List of Odoo models availble for the Confluence application when using the macro to select the Odoo record

There are three ways to limit the list of models:

  • None: there is no limit, all models are available
  • Blacklist: all models except for the listed models are available
  • Whitelist: only the listed models are available, this options uses model configurations, where you can change the model's display name, add an icon, limit fields, etc, read more HERE

Not all models make sense to a user in Confluence, so it can be useful to limit what can be searched in Confluence.

The actually available models depend on the Odoo user's permisssion!

This list only controlls what is made available for the application for listing purposes!

Users can still perform operations in models related to the listed models if they have the appropriate permissions in Odoo!

Audit tab

Quick information about:

  • creation timestamp
  • user who created the record
  • last modification timestamp
  • user who last modified the record
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