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I added a new many2one field "reference_id" to the sale.order.line model and it worked well, but now I would want to set a domain for that field.
This is the idea:
When I create a new sale_order and add some order_lines, there should not be any "reference" at the dropbox for the sale_order_line field, but we should be able to create a new one (lets call it "ref004" because I created others before).
With that line created, I would want to add a new order line and set that ref004 to the new line.
If I create a new sale order, I should see the reference_id field empty again.
My model "exe_reference" fields look like this:
_name = 'exe.reference'
sale_order_id = fields.Many2one('sale.order')
sale_order_line_id = fields.Many2one('sale.order.line')
name = fields.Char(string='Reference Name')
date = fields.Date()
establishment_id = fields.Many2one('res.partner')
partner_id = fields.Many2one('res.partner', string='Partner')
_inherit = 'sale.order.line'
reference_id = fields.Many2one('exe.reference', string="Reference", domain=[('sale_order_id','=',???)])
If I set a 1 instead '???' I get what I want (obviously, only if I'm at the SO001). How can I get the sale_order.id?
I would appreciate any help.
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|Asked: 4/7/15, 9:23 AM|
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|Last updated: 4/16/15, 11:48 PM|