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how can add an existing field from a module to an other module?
for example I want to add "department_id" field (from hr module) to Asset form from accounting module(account_asset module)?
I think :
1. add this field in account_asset.py with this format:
'department_id': fields.many2one('hr.department', 'Department'),
2.add this field in postgresql with this format:
ALTER TABLE account_asset ALTER COLUMN department_id integer; ##I dont know what type should be use? (integer!!!)
but I have an error:
ERROR: relation "account_asset" does not exist
3.add this filed in interface from "manage view"
and after restart server, I have an error:
ProgrammingError: column account_asset_asset.department_id does not exist
Yes this field is store id so it is INTEGER.
you need to put hr module in __openerp__.py file in dependancy of your module account_asset.
in postgresql if you are using ubantu then
--> go inside your database
--> then \d account_asset(your model name)
--> then you can see department id type as integer.
Hope this will help you if this will not display then let me know.
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|Asked: 8/3/15, 6:14 AM|
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|Last updated: 8/3/15, 6:45 AM|