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1. If you want to have separate table in database for new customer then this would help you.
from odoo import fields, models, api
_name = 'your.new.customer.model'
_inherit = 'res.partner'
#you can add some additional field if require, all the partner fields are now accessible to your model.
2. If you just want to fetch information in some existing field from existing partner record than you can go for the solution given by @Avinash. But make sure must be having browse record/record set of customer from which you want to pull the data.
If your question doesn't matches any above to case than please describe your question in more detail.
Hope this will help you.
Hello you can use below Code to Inherit the Base Customer Form.
And by using xpath you can Add Replace field in Existing View.
Here is some xpath attribute like,
position="replace"<record id="view_partner" model="ir.ui.view">
<field name="inherit_id" ref="base.view_partner_form"/>
<field name="arch" type="xml">
<xpath expr="//field[@name='existing_field_name']" position="as_per_your_requirement">
<!--Entry of Your New Field-->
If you want to get the details of a Customer(Record), No need to inherit the model.
You can get the Record details by the following code
customer_obj = self.env['res.partner']
customer_record is a RecordSet.
You can access any field in that record by
field_value = customer_record.FieldName
In your case: street = customer_record.street, city = customer_record.city etc
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|Asked: 9/22/17, 1:15 AM|
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|Last updated: 9/22/17, 5:32 AM|