I need to hide/unhide columns in a table base on some conditions. For example after a dialog window, in which user selects which columns to diplay, the table is opend with a selected columns. Is that Technically possible in OpenERP?
As alternative to John Does answer, you can try to use invisible attribute.
In the column selection view add a context that contains a boolean variable for each (un)selected field. In the tree view add all columns and set the invisible attribute according to the context.
<field name="column1" invisible="context.get('column1_invisible',True)"/>
<field name="column2" invisible="context.get('column2_invisible',True)"/>
. . .
Yes, it is possible but not through XML file. You can dynamically create any view by inheriting fields_view_get method of the ORM. A good example is actually how account.move.line's view is dynamically generated based on a user configurable set-up (view_id of the related account.journal) in OpenERP 6.x. It has been deprecated in 7.0 but the concept of generating view dynamically does not change that much.
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