Fix <WARNING> Messages, in OpenERP Server

Hello,
I am going to write after a long time, I would like to write about one module, which was written since long time, its very simple and useful for end users to remove the warning messages quickly just after installing any new module.
You will be able to get the 2 major warning messages on the OpenERP Server console, its regarding the object  “no access rules !” and “no quality certificate”.
Quality certificate is one of the good features from OpenERP for the enterprise users to get the surety about the bug fix, and migration. Click here for more information.
Another warning message “no access rules !” can be remove easily, for that you need to install a module “wizard_access_rules” from trunk extra addons.
It will install setup wizard which will run after any upgrade and check for new objects which is installed from he upgrade process, also checks for the security rules.
This wizard will run just after the installing module “wizard_access_rules” and display all object which does not have any rules also read access control will be applied by default, you can change according to your requirements. also you can assign groups.
OpenERP will not display any warning messages related to access controls at next run.

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