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I have models A and B:
class A (models.Model):
_name = 'example.a'
name = fields.Char(string="Model A")
b_id = fields.Many2one('example.b', string='Model B')
class B (models.Model):
_name = 'example.b'
name = fields.Char(string="Model B")
a_ids = fields.One2many('example.a', 'b_id', string="Models A")
I want to Add an item in a_ids from the existing records of A, not create new ones, how can this be achieved ? the autogenerated view for a_ids field only allows me to insert new records everytime I click Add an item, How can I show a list of existing records from the Many2One b_id field in model A. I though odoo will automagically show me a list of such values since the declaration of the field explicitly names the field in the Many2One relationship, thanks in advance
Actually what you wrote must work. I have something very similar in my extension of res.partner:
wo_ids = fields.One2many('inspection_tech.work_order',
inverse_name = "customer",
In my partner view I have added the work order view in a tab:
<page string="Work Orders">
And it works as a charm. Are you sure you have example.a records with b_id point to the viewed example.b instance?
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|Asked: 12/8/14, 6:06 PM|
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