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1. Make sure you are in Developer Mode.
2. Settings --> Technical --> Database Structure --> Models.
You need to create a new model (table) to store the domain.
Enter Domains for the model description, x_domain for the model name.
Click Add an Item to add a field to store the URL:
Click Save and New to add a field to store the Customer the URL is related to:
Save the model
3. Link the model to the Partner model, so Customers can have one or more domains:
Open the res.partner model
Add a new field x_domain_ids
Save this change.
4. Settings --> Technical --> User Interface --> Views
Create a new View to add the x_domain_ids field to the User Interface:
This is the final result:
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|Last updated: 3/29/16, 2:42 AM|