You can see the User manual in:
The next images are screenshots of the module:
The first step is to create a new synchronization setup:
After creating the synchronization, the next step is to create different synchronization points. Each synchronization point will correspond to a table to be synchronized:
The next step is configure the mapping of fields that you want to synchronize Openbravo and external application (SugarCRM):
This tab is stored for each sync point identifier identifies the Openbravo - External Application (SugarCRM) ID's. These pairs represent the relationships between Openbravo records and records of the external application (SugarCRM).
In this read-only tab, errors will be recorded as they occur during the synchronization process. Each record in the window represents the errors occurred in a sync point throughout the day.
This tab will be stored records which for some reason have not been able to sync from the external application to Openbravo.
Now, you can see an example of one alert generated by de synchronization proccess due to an sync error:
And now, the trace of the sync error in the LOG file:
Furthermore, the module is compatible with Openbravo 3.0 from version 3.0.0: