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Adding onchange actions in an inherited class

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E.M.
on 9/20/15, 12:16 PM 865 views

I am writting a new module which inherits account.invoice adding a new field.

I would like to add an action to populate that new field under an onchange_partner_id event.

However, I would not like to rewrite/replace the whole routine, just do some extra stuff at the end.

Is that possible: to add a second onchange event to be executed after the main class one or in parallel to the main class?

If so, how?

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Axel Mendoza
On 9/20/15, 4:28 PM

check the answer at your other question

https://www.odoo.com/es_ES/forum/help-1/question/error-while-trying-to-extend-onchange-method-in-account-invoice-91110

Thanks Axel. I further elaborate the question so I decided to put a more defined example in separate topic. For those interested a concrete example of this is in the question pointed by Axel.

E.M.
on 9/21/15, 5:52 PM

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Asked: 9/20/15, 12:16 PM
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