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Import Sale Order Lines from CSV/Excel file


This module is useful to import Sale Order Lines from CSV/Excel. You can import custom fields from CSV or Excel.

Hot Features

Import Sale Order Lines
Import Custom Fields
Import From CSV & Excel


  • You can import unit price based on sheet.
  • You can import unit price based on pricelist.
  • Easy to import.
  • Import CSV or Excel.
  • Easy to import product by Name, Barcode, Internal Reference.
  • Easy to import custom fields.
  • Easy to import custom fields from CSV or Excel.
  • Easy to import Text, Integer, Float, Character, Boolean, Selection, Many2one, Many2many custom fields.
  • No special configuration required, install it, use it.
  • This module saves your important time.
  • It reduces human efforts.

First, you need to tick the "Import Sale Order Lines" group to import the sale order lines.

"Import Sale Order Lines" button in the sale order form view.

When you click the "Import Sale Order Lines" menu, the wizard will open and it looks like below.

Success message looks like below it shows successfully imported records and also provides a list of unimported records with row number in sheet and relative details of data invalidation.

The following sale order lines are imported.

About Fields

Column Sale Order Line Model Field Name Description Required
A Sale (sale.order.line) Product Define the Product. Yes
B Sale (sale.order.line) Description Define the Description. Yes
C Sale (sale.order.line) Quantity You have to write a Quantity here. No
D Sale (sale.order.line) Unit of Measure Take the same name as ERP in the "UOM". Yes
E Sale (sale.order.line) Unit Price You have to write a Unit Price here. Yes
F Sale (sale.order.line) Taxes Taxes are separated by comma(,). You have to provide tax here. No
G Sale (sale.order.line) Custom Fields You can import custom fields from here. Please go to the "Custom Fields" tab for more details. No

General Notes:

1) Don't remove the column from the sample sheet given, you can leave an empty column if the column is not the required type. You can see the table above for that.

2) Don't change the sample sheet column sequence.

3) Please don't use excel if you don't know the very well sheet formatting which is given in the sample sheet. Use CSV for hassle-free import without format issue. If you want to use excel and want to clear the format then please check this video.

4)Add Custom Fields or Non-Exist Standard odoo fields at the end, For adding those fields pls check the custom fields section.
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Your CSV file format must match like below.

Your Excel file format must match like below.

Sale order line import from CSV sheets with many2many fields.

Your CSV file must match like below and add custom fields after the last column.

Your Excel file must match like below and add custom fields after the last column.

Custom Fields / Non Existing Standard Fields

Do you want to import fields which is created by any custom modules, odoo studio, or standard odoo fields which are not present inside the sample sheet provided in the module? You can add all those kinds of fields in the sheet at the end after the sample sheet fields it means from column "G".


Version 17.0.1 | Released on : 11th December 2023

Initial Initial Release.
  • Yes, this app works perfectly with Odoo Enterprise ( & Premise) as well as Community.
  • Yes, we provide free support for 100 days.
  • Yes, you will get free update for lifetime.
  • Yes, You have to download module for each version (13,14,15) except in version 12 or lower.
  • No, this application is not compatible with saas).
Import Sale Order from CSV/Excel file v17

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