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I want to create a Do Not Call list. When a customer phone number from res.partner or crm.lead is entered, I want to trigger an onchage event that checks a third model (dnc.numbers) to see if that value exist in the field "numbers" and if it exists raise an alert.
I've created dnc.numbers with the field numbers:
_name = 'dnc.numbers'
numbers = fields.Char('Numbers')
And have the field 'phone' to compare against in res.partner and crm.lead, but don't know how to compare?
I've also created a DNC boolean in respartner that will hide the 'phone' field when checked and would like it to also add the phone number to the dnc.numbers number list on_change when changed to True or remove it on_change when changed to False.
I'm sure this is probably easy, but I'm lost.
I am not well versed with the new API. So, please take my answer with a grain of salt. What you can do is to basically perform a query in the on_change to search if the 'phone' of the res.partner is in the 'dnc.numbers' models. You can do a raw SQL query or, I believe, you can also invoke the name_search() method of the model if you set the attribute _name = 'numbers' for 'dnc.numbers', or the search() method of the model for a greater flexibility.
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