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execute custom code in custom module when I create sale.order

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Victor
on 12/18/13, 5:15 AM 1,792 views

Hello I created a custom module with their columns in database. I would like to execute a custom function, in my module, when I create a new sale.order. For example, when you save a new sale.order, it has to execute my function that it will save some information of this sale in my table. Is it possible?

Thanks

Yes overrride the write method of sale.order.

Gopakumar N G
on 12/18/13, 6:24 AM

Hi Gopakumar, how can I do this?

Victor
on 12/18/13, 9:50 AM
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medhabib
On 12/18/13, 2:19 PM

I got an error and I don't know why. I have this code:

Victor
on 12/19/13, 5:08 AM

class moodle_alumno(osv.osv): _name = "moodle.alumno" _inherit = "sale.order"

def create(self, cr, uid, vals, context=None):
    vals['IdAlumno'] = 8
    vals['Nombre'] = "Hola"
    vals['Apellido1'] = "Hola"
    vals['Apellido2'] = "Hola"
    vals['Email'] = "Hola"
    vals['DNI'] = "Hola"
    vals['FechaNac'] = "Hola"
    vals['Telefono1'] = "Hola"
    vals['Telefono2'] = "Hola"
    vals['Ciudad'] = "Hola"
    vals['Pais'] = "Hola"
    vals['Usuario'] = "Hola"
    vals['Password'] = "Hola"
Victor
on 12/19/13, 5:10 AM

id_alumno = super(moodle_alumno, self).create(cr, uid, vals, context=context) return id_alumno

_columns = {
        "IdAlumno": fields.many2one("res.partner","Id Alumno"),
        "Nombre": fields.char("Nombre", required=True),
        "Apellido1": fields.char("Primer apellido", required=True),
        "Apellido2": fields.char("Segundo apellido", required=True),
        "Email": fields.char("Email", required=True),
        "DNI": fields.char("DNI", required=True),
        "FechaNac": fields.date("Fecha nacimiento", required=True),
Victor
on 12/19/13, 5:10 AM

"Telefono1": fields.char("Teléfono 1", required=True), "Telefono2": fields.char("Teléfono 2", required=True), "Ciudad": fields.char("Ciudad", required=True), "Pais": fields.char("Pais", required=True), "Usuario": fields.char("Usuario Moodle", required=True), "Password": fields.char("Contraseña Moodle", required=True), "active": fields.boolean('Active'), }

_defaults = {
    "active" : True,
}
Victor
on 12/19/13, 5:11 AM

(sorry for putting this in some comments) I got this error: AttributeError: 'Field pricelist_id not found in browse_record(moodle.alumno, 92)'

Victor
on 12/19/13, 5:12 AM

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