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ERP 2.50:Developers Guide/How To Create a Client or Organization

ERP 2.50:Developers Guide

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Objective

Let's see how a client or organization can be created through code, without any user interaction.
There exists two servlets that creates a new client (Initial Client Setup) or organization (Initial Organization Setup). These processes perform quite a lot of tasks, such as creating users, accounting schemas, roles, etc. In summary, all necessary actions to have a new working client or organization in the system, ready to use.
In early releases of Openbravo, this was just possible through user interface, as all the code was into a servlet. Starting from MP19 (for Initial Client Setup) or MP25 (for Initial Organization Setup), all the code has been moved to a standard Java Class, so the whole process can be run without any user interaction requirement. This is useful, for example, in case a module wants to run the Initial Client Setup (or Initial Organization Setup) process through code, without any user interaction or interface; let's imagine, for example, a web service that receives the request of creating the new client (or organization).

Introduction

The org.openbravo.erpCommon.businessUtility.InitialClientSetup class do have a public method called createClient, that returns an OBError object. This is the function that performs every required tasks in order to have a new client. Equivalent to this is the org.openbravo.erpCommon.businessUtility.InitialOrgSetup.createOrganization method. The org.openbravo.erpCommon.businessUtility.InitialSetupUtility class provides a set of static methods to perform some of the tasks.
There exists a public getOrg() function in both InitialClientSetup and InitialOrgSetup classes. It returns an String with all the information about the result of the execution, in a format suitable to be printed to the user.

One example

Initial Client Setup

Let's see how a new client can be created. First of all, let's stablish all the values required to create it: C_Currency_ID of the currency of the new client:

String strCurrency = "102";

Name of the new client:

String strClientName = "My New Client";

Name of the admin user of the new client

String strClientUserName = "Admin User of My New Client";

Password of the strClientUserName user

String strPassword = "Secret";

If client must install reference data of any module installed, let's provide all the AD_Module_Id strings. The format must be the one used to build a where statement in a SQL query:

String strModules = "('0AE82B43254E4F89ABEFA67083310061', '9CA816571C2E41D99A23348314F5E20A', '0', 'ADC0AE6BF2D84BC396A3B8DA22B173D0', '1D14940980084643A20EA3B191AE1029', 'A918E3331C404B889D69AA9BFAFB23AC', '557BCA691F594404B65A8394D75A25B1', 'C5F9F56B2F2D4494A2756EB42EE59CFB')";

String for "Account":

String strAccountString = Utility.messageBD(this, "Account_ID", vars.getLanguage());
if (strAccountString == "Account_ID")
  strAccountString = "Account";

String for "Calendar":

String strCalendarString = Utility.messageBD(this, "C_Calendar_ID", vars.getLanguage());
if (strCalendarString == "C_Calendar_ID")
  strCalendarString = "Calendar";

Whether an accounting schema will be created for the client, or not:

Boolean bCreateAccounting = true;

CSV file provided to create the chart of accounts. In FileItem format:

org.apache.commons.fileupload.FileItem file = vars.getMultiFile("inpFile");

Set of booleans to set if accounting dimensions must be created for:

Boolean bBPartner = true;
Boolean bProduct = true;
Boolean bCampaign = false;
Boolean bSalesRegion = false;

Now, let's create a new instance of the class, and call to the suitable method:

org.openbravo.erpCommon.businessUtility.InitialClientSetup ics = new org.openbravo.erpCommon.businessUtility.InitialClientSetup();
OBError obeResult = ics.createClient(vars, strCurrency, strClientName, strClientUserName, strPassword, strModules, strAccountString, strCalendarString, bCreateAccounting, file, bBPartner, bProduct, bProject, bCampaign, bSalesRegion);

And print the result:

System.out.println(obeResult.getMessage()+"\n"+ics.getLog();

Initial Organization Setup

Let's see how a new organization can be created. The only required value in the class constructor, is the client for which it will belong the new organization:

org.openbravo.erpCommon.businessUtility.InitialOrgSetup ios = new org.openbravo.erpCommon.businessUtility.InitialOrgSetup(OBContext.getOBContext().getCurrentClient());

Let's retrieve all the necessary data for the organization creation: Name of the new organization:

String strOrganization = "My New Organization";

Name of the admin user for the new organization:

String strOrgUserName = "My New Organization Admin";

Type of organization code, according to: 0-Organization, 1-Legal with accounting, 2-Generic, 3-Legal without accounting.

String strOrgType = "1";

AD_Org_ID of the organization to which the new one belong to

String strParentOrg = "0";

C_Location_ID that belongs to the location of the new organization. Empty if none.

String strcLocationId = "";

Password of the admin user of the organization

String strPassword = "Secret";

If organization must install reference data of any module installed, let's provide all the AD_Module_Id strings. The format must be the one used to build a where statement in a SQL query:

String strModules = "('0AE82B43254E4F89ABEFA67083310061', '9CA816571C2E41D99A23348314F5E20A', '0', 'ADC0AE6BF2D84BC396A3B8DA22B173D0', '1D14940980084643A20EA3B191AE1029', 'A918E3331C404B889D69AA9BFAFB23AC', '557BCA691F594404B65A8394D75A25B1', 'C5F9F56B2F2D4494A2756EB42EE59CFB')";

Whether to create accounting schema or not:

Boolean bCreateAccounting = true;

CSV file provided to create the chart of accounts. In FileItem format:

org.apache.commons.fileupload.FileItem file = vars.getMultiFile("inpFile");

C_Currency_ID of the currency of the new client:

String strCurrency = "102";

Set of booleans to set if accounting dimensions must be created for:

Boolean bBPartner = true;
Boolean bProduct = true;
Boolean bCampaign = false;
Boolean bSalesRegion = false;

Source path of the instance

String strSourcePath = vars.getSessionValue("#SOURCEPATH");

Let's create the organization:

OBError obeResult = ios.createOrganization(strOrganization, strOrgUserName, strOrgType, strParentOrg, strcLocationId, strPassword, strModules, bCreateAccounting, file, strCurrency, bBPartner, bProduct, bProject, bCampaign, bSalesRegion, strSourcePath);

And print the result:

System.out.println(obeResult.getMessage()+"\n"+ios.getLog();



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