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I customized the "external_layout_header" template from the "report" module in a custom module that modifies the Sales Quote/Order layout. I didn't realize that this template is also used for Purchase RFQs/Orders. Now I'm getting errors on the Purchase Order layout, because I moved a field from the sale.order object up into the header template, and this field doesn't exist in the purchase.order object. Is there any way that I can detect the document/object type with a t-function? Something along the lines of <t t-if="o = 'sale.order'"> ...?
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