For this you could use the new orm.transientmodel class. This will create a record in database like the regular orm/osv models but it will auto-remove itself after a certain period of time (I believe the default is 5 or 10 minutes).
You can create forms and such like you normally would with any other object/view.
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I meant osv.AbstractModel.
You can try out overriding "fields_view_get" method where you can create fields which are not there in the database, and then you can use those fields values for sending to a webservice, so actually, as the fields don't belongs to any of the model they will not get save in the database. This way actaully you are creating a dynamic view.
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