For Multi-company, all data to be separated and users should not be able to access each other's info (including contacts) unless they are the administrator or have been given rights to both companies.
How do i set up the common contact book and common product catalog then?
Odoo 12 i shared my contact book with all companies, but restricted all the products by company.
Also the parent company can see all the child product and transactions.
Currently, having a parent company setup has no effect. :(
Guess im sticking to odoo 12 at this stage.
The common contact book is still available and is the standard behaviour. The only thing you might need to do if you upgrade to Odoo 13 is to set the company to blank for all shared contacts (and if you want to keep the products separate, no need to do that).
The logic for parent and child companies has been removed, but if a user is authorized to multiple companies they can see products and transactions in all the companies, so that should work for most scenarios.
Multicompany has been changed in Odoo 13.
The old defaults (for multicompany) of “Common Contact Book” and “Common Product Catalog” have been removed.
Contacts and Products are shared by default, but if you enter a company for a product it will be limited to that company.
There is now a Global Record Rule for Contacts (res.partner) with the following domain:
('partner_share', '=', False),
('company_id', 'in', company_ids),
('company_id', '=', False)]
TRUE for Odoo internal users but not for portal users or other partners (e.g. customers and suppliers).
This means that:
- Customers and suppliers are filtered by the multi-company rules
- Internal Users in one company are visible in other companies
I did as u suggested. Thank u for the help:
This is a good question! Why does it have three downvotes?