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How to create Wizards using osv.memory in OpenErp 6.1 - Java tutorial


To create a wizard for a module, we need to create a wizard folder; this folder will be imported in our main __init__.py of the module. The wizard folder will contain another __init__.py which will import all the wizard class files. For more visit the link mentioned.
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