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Provides an abstract model for product variant configuration.

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License: AGPL-3

Product Variant Configurator

Provides an abstract model for product variant configuration. It provides the basic functionality for presenting a table with the attributes of a template and the possibility to select one of the valid values. You can try this functionality creating a product variant directly selecting a product template that has attributes.

This module also prevents in a configurable way the creation of the product variants when defining the attributes and attribute values of the product template.

Configuration

(after installing sales application)

To configure the creation of the variants behaviour, you need to:

  1. Go to Sales > Settings > Configuration, and select “Products can have several attributes, defining variants (Example: size, color,…)” on “Product Variants” section.
  2. Go to Sales > Products, and select a product.
  3. On the Variants tab edit the value of the field Variant Creation.
  4. If you want to stop the automatic creation of the variant, and have the same behaviour for all the products in the same category, go to Sales > Products > Product Categories, select the category and check the checkbox Don't create variants automatically.

Usage

(after installing sales application)

  1. Go to Sales > Sales > Product Variants.
  2. Click on “Create” button for creating a new one.
  3. On the field “Product Template”, select a product template that has several attributes.
  4. A table with the attributes of the template will appear below.
  5. Select all the attribute values and click on “Save” button.
  6. A new product variant will be created for that attributes.
  7. An error will raise if there’s another variant with the same attribute values or if you haven’t filled all the required values.

Developers

To use product configurator in your model, you need to:

  1. The product.configurator is an abstract model, hence, to be used it must be inherited in your model:
  2. If the model you’re inheriting has name attribute, and it uses the related parameter you must override it.
class AModel(models.Model):
    _inherit = ['module.model', 'product.configurator']
    name = fields.Char(related="delegated_field.related_field")
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Odoo Community Association

This module is maintained by the OCA.

OCA, or the Odoo Community Association, is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to support the collaborative development of Odoo features and promote its widespread use.

To contribute to this module, please visit https://odoo-community.org.

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