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Edit compute_amount

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Jihen BEN ALI
on 4/25/16, 6:47 AM 231 views

I had edit the funtion of compute_amount everything is okay the problem now is when I pay the invoice I'm still getting the old amount before any change so for that I had edit the residual_amount but still  the old amount is shown as a debit on the account_move_line has anyone work on this???

This is my new functions:

@api.one

@api.depends('invoice_line.price_subtotal', 'tax_line.amount','timbre','partner_id')

def _compute_amount(self):

if self.type == 'out_invoice':

if self.partner_id.rs == True:

print'rs',self.partner_id.rs

self.amount_untaxed = sum(line.price_subtotal for line in self.invoice_line)

self.amount_tax = sum(line.amount for line in self.tax_line)

self.amount_rs = (self.amount_untaxed + self.amount_tax) * 0.01

self.amount_total = self.amount_untaxed + self.amount_tax + self.amount_rs + self.timbre

else :

self.amount_untaxed = sum(line.price_subtotal for line in self.invoice_line)

self.amount_tax = sum(line.amount for line in self.tax_line)

self.amount_total = self.amount_untaxed + self.amount_tax + self.timbre

else :

self.amount_untaxed = sum(line.price_subtotal for line in self.invoice_line)

self.amount_tax = sum(line.amount for line in self.tax_line)

self.amount_total = self.amount_untaxed + self.amount_tax


def invoice_validate(self, cr, uid, ids, context=None):

res = super(snc_invoice, self).invoice_validate(cr, uid, ids, context=context)

for inv in self.browse(cr, uid, ids, context=context):

if inv.type == 'out_invoice':

inv.write({'residual':inv.amount_total})

return res

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Asked: 4/25/16, 6:47 AM
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