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Application settings

This section offers information for Odoo users on how to configure their Confluence as an application in Odoo.

Applications menu

Click on the window icon and navigate to Settings→ Oregional → Applications.

Application list

The list of active applications is displayed by default.
Inactive applications can be opened using search filter and search for field Active with value is false.

Application configuration

Only users with Oregional Odoo App administrator permission can make settings for applications.

General settings

General application configuration
Add a new application by clicking Add and fill out the fields as shown below:
Name
Description
Notes
Logo
The logo of the application
Name
The name of the application
The name of the Confluence instance as recognized by the users
Client ID
The client id of the Confluence application
Must be used when setting up the connection in Confluence.
Unique identifier of the Confluence application in this Odoo instance.
The Confluence application will use this when identifying itself to the Odoo instance.
Client Secret
The client secret of the Confluence application
Must be used when setting up the connection in Confluence.
Unique secret of the Confluence application in this Odoo instance.
The Confluence application will use this when identifying itself to the Odoo instance.
Own ID
The id of the Odoo instance
Not used currently for Confluence connections
Own Secret
The secret of the Odoo instance
Not used currently for Confluence connections
Model Scheme
The linked model scheme
For more information on model schemes, see Model scheme settings.
Description
Additional information about the application

URIs tab

List of valid, available callback URIs for the application defining the callback endpoints of the remote application
Confluence callback uri: https://exampleconfluence.com/plugins/odoo-connector/callback.action
An application must have at least one URI in order to make the communication work between Odoo and the remote Confluence
Name
Description
Notes
URI
The full path of the URI
The uri is verified as a string when an endpoint is called from Confluence.
Use https in the URI to enforce secure connection
Authorize individually
The URI must be authorized individually by the user
Some applications may provide multiple callback URIs, in such cases it can be useful to have separate authorizations.
For Confluence applications only one URI is needed, so no need to check the checkbox.
Description
Additional information
Optional details about the URI

Settings tab

Perform various settings for the applications
Name
Description
Notes
OAuth 2.0
Authorization Code Expiry
When should the authorization code expire (expressed in seconds)
Default: 600
There are various practices, pick what suits you needs
Authorization Code Retain
How long should the system keep track of issued authorization codes (expressed in days)
Default: 0
For audit purposes you might need to keep a record of issued authorization codes
Access Token Expiry
When should the access token expire (expressed in seconds)
Default: 3600
RFC sample defines 3600s, which is the default, but you can set what you want
Refresh Token Expiry
When should the refresh token expire (expressed in seconds)
Default: 0 (never expires)
Some like it never to expire, some like it expire after some time, set what you need

Audit tab

On the audit tab admins can find information about:
  • creation timestamp
  • user who created the record
  • last modification timestamp
  • user who last modified the record