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Create tasks on SO: Double product name/description

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Laurens
on 5/23/13, 12:19 PM 1,938 views

I am using the field 'description_sale' to automatically enter some fixed information about certain products in my SO. This is working well, and our sale orders are a lot less hassle this way.

Now, I am also using the module: "Create tasks on SO". This module is working properly and creating tasks for products which conform to the requirements. (MTO, service, produce)

The only bad thing is: instead of taking the product name/description once - it keeps pushing the same thing twice to my task. The field 'description' in the table project.task is storing the same information twice. So one field is containing all the information, and I can't rectify this by editing my view.

Does anyone know how/why the description of my product is duplicated in the description of my task? Or how to fix this?

Example:

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Laurens
On 5/27/13, 10:03 AM

In the module project_mrp edit project_procurement.py with a text editor.

Change 'description': procurement.name + '\n' + (procurement.note or ''), into 'description': procurement.name,

Find:

def action_produce_assign_service(self, cr, uid, ids, context=None):
    project_task = self.pool.get('project.task')
    for procurement in self.browse(cr, uid, ids, context=context):
        project = self._get_project(cr, uid, procurement, context=context)
        planned_hours = self._convert_qty_company_hours(cr, uid, procurement, context=context)
        task_id = project_task.create(cr, uid, {
            'name': '%s:%s' % (procurement.origin or '', procurement.product_id.name),
            'date_deadline': procurement.date_planned,
            'planned_hours': planned_hours,
            'remaining_hours': planned_hours,
            'partner_id': procurement.sale_line_id and procurement.sale_line_id.order_id.partner_id.id or False,
            'user_id': procurement.product_id.product_manager.id,
            'procurement_id': procurement.id,
    --->    'description': procurement.name + '\n' + (procurement.note or ''),
            'project_id':  project and project.id or False,
            'company_id': procurement.company_id.id,
        },context=context)
        self.write(cr, uid, [procurement.id], {'task_id': task_id, 'state': 'running', 'message':_('Task created.')}, context=context)            
    self.project_task_create_note(cr, uid, ids, context=context)

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Asked: 5/23/13, 12:19 PM
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