PayPal

PayPal + OpenERP Integrations

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Successful Sale

Only successfully completed payments trigger this (with line item support).

Create Product

Create a new Product.

New Product

Triggers when you add a new Product. You will need to have the ECommerce module installed.

Create Project Task

Create a new Project Task.

New Project Task

Triggers when you add a new Project Task. You will need to have the Project module installed.

Create Lead/Opportunity

Create a new Lead/Opportunity.

New Lead/Opportunity

Triggers when you add a new Lead/Opportunity. You will need to have the CRM module installed.

Create Note

Create a new Note.

New Note

Triggers when you add a new Note. You will need to have the Note module installed.

Create Record

Create a new record in a model of your choice.

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PayPal is a fast, safe way to send money, make an online payment, receive money or set up a merchant account. With over 150 million active registered accounts, PayPal helps people and businesses receive and make payments in more than 100 currencies in 203 markets.

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OpenERP (also known as Odoo) is an open-source suite of enterprise apps that work together, letting you manage your CRM, eCommerce, Content Resources, and much more in one place. The OpenERP integration only works for instances that are self-hosted whereas our Odoo integration only works with instances that are hosted at "odoo.com" (i.e. not self-hosted).

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