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I'm trying to get a field from openERPs mail_message model using python code which is executed in a `server action` (so its not a module where I can debug! I cannot even `print` in this state) (when a new eMail is being fetched) but I am unable to get anything useful from it.
Basicly when someone is throwing me a email, a new Task is created by openERP. But the newely created ticket is not connected to the user which send me the mail.
When a new email is fetched, this server action gets executed.
In a table called mail_message you can then find the email (+ author_id, + email, + res_id (which is the id of the created Task), therefore I'd like to fetch the author_id from that table.
(A query would look like this:
`SELECT author_id FROM mail_message WHERE type = 'email' AND res_id = '<Task.id>'`)
This is my current code
#Initialize object. That one points to the mail_message model.
mailMessage_obj = self.pool.get('mail.message')
#Created Id in project_task
myId = object.id
#browse whole object with that id
#message = mailMessage_obj.browse(cr,uid,[myId])
#Select field where
messageIds = mailMessage_obj.search(cr,uid,[('type','=','email'),('res_id','=',myId)],context=context)
#messageRecord = mailMessage_obj.browse(cr,uid,[myId],context=context)
res = mailMessage_obj.read(messageIds, ['author_id'])
partnerId = res
#partnerId = message['author_id']
#partnerId = message.author_id
#res = [(r['id'], r['author_id']) for r in messageRecord]
#partnerId = res
#partnerId = 259866
I dont know how to get my hands on the author_id properly. If I hardcode a ID and let it write to the database (last two lines) It'll work just fine, but I cant hardcode a users id. ;)
Could someone explain to me how its done correctly?
I dont know whether I should use .browse or .read or something else..
I assume object.id is something exogenous, in the scope of the information you have given. This might answer one of your question:
partnerid = mailMessage_obj.browse(cr,uid,[myId],context=context).author_id
message = mailMessage_obj.browse(cr,uid,[myId],context=context)
partnerid = message.author_id
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|Asked: 6/27/14, 5:21 AM|
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