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Hi there. i want to create a qweb report that takes data from multiple models.
3 models are
_name = 'hotel.reservation'
checkout_date = fields.Datetime()
_name = 'hotel.room_service'
name = fields.Char(string='service name')
_name = 'hotel.use_room_services'
res_id = fields.Many2one('hotel.reservation')
rs_id = fields.Many2one('hotel.room_services')
Now, i want to be able to display all the room services used ( from room_service model and reservation model) on my custom qweb report.
I don't know if am getting it all wrong. Will appreciate your response and your approach.
You need to create a python parser for your report file. Define functions on the python file, that brings you the required data from the 3 models. Call that function in the report qweb xml file.
For example, you may refer the qweb report of product pricelist in product addon.
Goto product >> views >> report_pricelist.xml file and check the function get_pricelist(data['form']['price_list'])
The function is defined in a report parser file for that report which you can found in product >> report >> product_pricelist.py
By checking that python parser file, you may see how the qweb template linked to the parser.
Hope it may help you.
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