Sometimes I find myself looping through a browse() call and needing to delete a related object. Is it better to append the id to delete to a list and, after the loop, call unlink using the list? Or is just calling unlink each time, deleting a single record at a time, good enough?
The unlink function used in openerp can be apply in the case of a list of records, Only thing is you have to pass the record ids you wish to delete as arguements in unlink method. But Be careful, once a record deleted cannot be retrieved.
self.pool.get('your.model.name').unlink(cr, uid, list_ids, context=context)
The above piece of code will help you to unlink your records. Thanks
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