<button name="order_confirm" states="draft" string="Confirm Order" icon="gtk-apply"/>
I can't find a method named 'order_confirm' in its .py.
I'm curious how this button use its method......
Buttons can have 3 different types specified by the attribute
workflow: The current workflow is triggered with the signal which is specified by the
nameattribute. This is the default behaviour.
nameattribute specifies the method of the object which will be executed.
nameattribute specifies the ID of the action (act_window, server, ..) which will be executed.
Since the type is not defined in your example, the button is of type
workflow and triggers the
sale.order workflow. The signal
order_confirm is defined in file
Hi Andreas, Then means than it's not possible to do progress a workflow when the next step achieve by a button isn't workflow type? Typically with the differents states of the "stock.picking" model. When my picking is "available" and I want to set state at "done" the button is "VALIDATE" (methode : do_new_transfer). So with the API and the exec_workflow isn't possible to achieve that?
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