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Content of self.search

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John Doe
on 5/5/16, 8:10 AM 269 views

How can i have a look at the results(res) of self.search.

res = self.search([('type','=',inv_type),('number','=',str(number_down)),('date_invoice','>',date_invoice)])
if res:
     raise except_orm(res bla bla bla bla bla..............................
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Jose Vasquez
On 5/5/16, 9:04 AM

Hi John Doe, try this:

from openerp.exceptions import UserError

res = self.search([('type','=',inv_type),('number','=',str(number_down)),('date_invoice','>',date_invoice)])
raise osv.except_osv(_('Title'),_(res))

or to see in your log:

import logging
_logger = logging.getLogger(__name__)

res = self.search([('type','=',inv_type),('number','=',str(number_down)),('date_invoice','>',date_invoice)])
logger.info('Content: %r',res)

I hope it helps you, regards.

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Dr Obx
On 5/5/16, 9:48 AM

res = self.search([('type','=',inv_type),('number','=',str(number_down)),('date_invoice','>',date_invoice)])raise osv.except_osv(_('Title'),_(res)
#If you want just see what's inside of your res add
print res
then in console you will see what's in there
this is the easiest thing you can do. I think ...

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