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Best way to inherit states parameter of field

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Michael Pol
on 3/26/15, 6:06 AM 1,016 views

I have requirement of modifying sale order workflow. I have added extras state in sale.order class. I want fields to be editable in form on those states. Following is the way we put states parameter in field.

states={'draft': [('readonly', False)], 'sent': [('readonly', False)],'newstate1' : [('readonly', False)]} 

I don't want to override existing fields. Is there any way I can apply states to all fields or selected fields in a class?


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Vasanth
On 3/27/15, 3:00 AM

you can change it in the xml view itself by using attributes:

For example:

<field name="your_field" position="attributes">

<attribute name="attrs">{'readonly':['('state',' in',['draft','sent','newstate1']}</attribute>

</field>

Thanks Vasant I want to apply through fields definition in py file. The problem is I don't want to write xpath or override for all fields which are there in default modules. This will be hectic. I hope you got my problem.

Michael Pol
on 3/27/15, 3:22 AM
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deep
On 3/27/15, 7:22 AM

Use ORM method "fields_get"

In that you can change/set the property of a field... Try it out, It worked for me..

Refer in standard objects, like account_payment, res_bank etc, in which they have used it to customize the property of fields..


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