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Odoo Bridge For Magento 2 MSI Extension User Guide

Updated 14 February 2024


Odoo Bridge For Magento 2 MSI Extension: Unlock the full potential of your Magento!

When you Own a business how it is possible to manage the multi-source inventory in one go??

Many businesses lose themselves in managing multiple inventory with ease but here comes the issue how will be this possible???

You can achieve all this and more with the Odoo Bridge For Magento 2 MSI Extension.

Magento integrates with Multi-Source Inventory (MSI), enhancing business management by consolidating product storage locations like warehouses or stores, thereby enabling better product tracking.

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With MSI, you can send products to customers faster by choosing the closest place to the product they want. 

Odoo Bridge For Magento 2 MSI Extension enables inventory management and sync between multiple sources, enabling product delivery and inventory mapping in Magento 2 Extension.

Odoo Bridge For Magento 2 MSI Extension Features

  • Map Odoo App warehouse locations to Magento 2 sources.
  • Divide products based on customer addresses at the Magento end. 
  • Send orders to the closest Odoo app location based on where the customer is.
  • Synchronize orders and statuses between Magento 2 and the Odoo app for real-time order management.
  • Keep Magento 2 sources updated with the current product quantities from Odoo app warehouses.
  • Route orders to the optimal Odoo warehouse based on proximity and product availability.
  • Set up alerts for low stock to prevent delays and maintain product availability.
  • Map Multiple locations of the same Odoo app Warehouse with Multiple Magento 2 Sources

Prerequisites For Using Odoo Bridge For Magento 2 MSI Extension

The Odoo Bridge For Magento 2 MSI Extension Module works in conjunction with the following modules:

Odoo ERP Connector For Magento 2

You must install this module first for the Odoo Bridge For Magento 2 MSI Extension to work.

Odoo Bridge For Magento 2 MSI Extension Installation


  • Unzip the download “Magento odoo bridge” zip. 
  • Open the folder named ‘odoo base module”. 
  • Copy all the subfolders named “bridge_skeleton”, and “odoo_magento_connect”. 
  • Paste them into your odoo addons folder


  • Restart the odoo app service after the modules are pasted in the odoo addons folder.


  • Set ownership permission for the addon folder.
  • Restart odoo app server
  • Enable developer mode in the odoo app.
  • Click on ”Update apps lists”.
  • Proceed with the installation.
  • The “Magento odoo bridge” tab will be visible.


1) Odoo Bridge For Magento 2 MSI Extension is a package of two modules, one for Magento and another for the Odoo app.

2) Now, extract the file you received. You will get two folders: Inside the Magento folder, there is a base module.

Base module: Generally, it is in the main module that contains two folders named src and Odoo app modules. Open the src folder and copy all folders/files of this folder into the Main Magento directory.

3) Now, go to the terminal and open the Magento root directory, and then run the following command:

php -f bin/magento setup: upgrade

➢ Then do index management by running the below command on the terminal:

php -f bin/magento setup:di: compile

➢ This cmd needs to run after the upgrade and before reindexing Then run the below command on the terminal:

php bin/magento indexer: reindex

➢ Then do cache management by running the below command on the terminal,

php bin/magento cache: clear

Or you can go through the below path ‘System >> Tools >> Cache Management’


1. Making New source 

To Add a new source, you need to open the ‘Store’ tab. Enter the general, contact and address information. 

click on ‘Save and continue’ to save the New source.

Magento end >> Stores >> sources >> Add new source >> Fill in all relevant information >> ‘save and continue’.


2. Add a new stock 

To proceed, locate the “Stocks” option within the tab where you found “Sources.” Assign the Name, sales channel, and sources, 

After filling in all the data click “Save & Continue.” 


3. Mapping 

Now Navigate to ‘Sources’ within Odoo Connector 4.4.1, and click on “Manual Source Mapping”.


Assign Odoo warehouse and Odoo location to each source code, and click “Save Source.” This option allows you to specify which source will be associated with which Odoo warehouse and Odoo location.


4. Create a New Product 

To create a new product, select “Product” from the catalog menu. 

Fill in all the product details, assign the sources where the product will be available, specify the initial quantity in that particular warehouse, and click “Save”.


5. Synchronize Product

Select the product you wish to export. Then, select the option  “Synchronize to Odoo” in the action tab. Selected products will be exported to Odoo.

Synchronize all the selected products from Magento to Odoo end with just a single click from this section of the app.


 Now, you will see the total on-hand stock, which combines the stock counts from all warehouses on the Odoo end, regardless of individual warehouse counts.



Hope you find the guide helpful! Please feel free to share your feedback in the comments below.

If you still have any issues/queries regarding the same, please raise a ticket at the UV Desk.

For any doubt, contact us at our support mail.

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Current Product Version - 5.0.0

Supported Framework Version - Magento 2.x | Odoo 17, 16, 15

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