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How can I display a field from one model in form view of another model ?

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dridi
on 8/20/16, 1:15 PM 452 views

Hi, 

I need to display a res.company custom field in sale_view.xml, how can i do that?

thanks

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Ray Carnes
On 8/20/16, 2:05 PM

One way is to create a new field on the sale.order model that relates to the field on res.company you want to see.  As long as there is already a field on the sale.order model that links to res.company, this is possible.  The field that does this is company_id.


1. Settings --> Technical --> Database Structure --> Models

2. Find and open the sale.order model for editing.

3. Click Add an Item to add a new field, like this:


4. Add the new field to your XML, and see it in the Sale Order form view:


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dridi
On 8/20/16, 3:13 PM

Thanks a lot @Ray it work, there is another way to do that? "out of curiosity"

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