This may be the case often. But I think not always. A customer
- may ring me up of mail me after a purchase that he forgot something,
- … or accidentally ordered too much or wrong
- I notice that one of the items ran out of stock and I will not sell them any longer
There are so many cases of error, misunderstanding or whatever… I again would vote of an option to receive a “draft” status - which I can finish then. Legally, this always should be allright if both parties agree.
If that’s difficult to implement, only import parties from woocommerce would be a usable compromise.
With the “sale_amendment” module, I get an error when I try to change an article:
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/trytond/wsgi.py", line 110, in dispatch_request
return endpoint(request, **request.view_args)
File "/trytond/protocols/dispatcher.py", line 47, in rpc
return methods.get(request.rpc_method, _dispatch)(
File "/trytond/wsgi.py", line 77, in auth_required
return wrapped(*args, **kwargs)
File "/trytond/protocols/wrappers.py", line 131, in wrapper
return func(request, pool, *args, **kwargs)
File "/trytond/protocols/dispatcher.py", line 186, in _dispatch
result = rpc.result(meth(inst, *c_args, **c_kwargs))
File "/trytond/model/fields/field.py", line 116, in wrapper
return func(self, *args, **kwargs)
File "/trytond/modules/sale_amendment/sale.py", line 409, in on_change_with_product_uom_category
AttributeError: 'NoneType' ob
NB: The “download products” still does not work in my setup.