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cbe2dbb 7/6/14 6:05 PM Raphael Collet* [MERGE] new v8 api by rco...
all the MAGIC_COLUMNS ( and Database ID (.id) in particular) are blacklisted on topmost level and thus no longer allowed in CSV import. This obviously kills a very nice feature of being able to mass-update records by their DBID.
Any comments on why is that?
And what will go wrong if I override get_fields() method of model base_import.import and add Database ID to where it is not yet present?
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