tryton man page

tryton — Tryton Application Platform (Client)

Synopsis

tryton

Description

Tryton is a high-level general purpose application platform written in Python and using PostgreSQL as database engine. It is the core base of an ERP.

Options

Usage: tryton [options] [url]

When an url is passed, the client will try to find an already running client that could handle it and send it to this one to open the url. If it doesn’t find one then it will start the GUI and open the url itself.

The url schemes are:

tryton://<hostname>[:<port>]/<database>/model/<model name>[/<id>][;parameters]
tryton://<hostname>[:<port>]/<database>/wizard/<wizard name>[;parameters]
tryton://<hostname>[:<port>]/<database>/report/<report name>[;parameters]

where parameters are the corresponding fields of actions encoded in JSON.

--version

show program's version number and exit

-h, --help

show this help message and exit

-c CONFIG, --config=CONFIG

specify alternate config file

-d, --dev

development mode (caching disabled)

-v, --verbose

enable verbose mode

-l LOG_LEVEL, --log-level=LOG_LEVEL

specify the log level: DEBUG, INFO, WARNING, ERROR, CRITICAL

-u LOGIN, --user=LOGIN

specify the login user

-p PORT, --port=PORT

specify the server port

-s SERVER, --server=SERVER

specify the server hostname

See Also

trytond(8)

Homepage

More information about the Tryton client and the Tryton project can be found at <http://www.tryton.org/>.

Author

Tryton client was written by the Tryton project <http://www.tryton.org/>.

This manual page was written by Daniel Baumann <daniel@debian.org> and Mathias Behrle <mathiasb@m9s.biz>.

Info

2015-11-12 3.8 Tryton Application Platform