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How can I remove an record in User-defined Defaults

on 8/10/14, 10:53 PM 695 views

I'm a beginer in OpenErp. I'm trying to change default shop_id in sale.orders. But in sale_data.xml:

<function eval="('default',False,'shop_id', [('sale.order', False)], sale_shop_1, True, False, False, False, True)" id="sale_default_set" model="ir.values" name="set"/>

This code create an record in setting -> technical -> actions -> User-defined Defaults

 In my code, I write: 

<delete model="ir.values" id="sale_default_set"/>

But it doesn't work. Someone help me with this problem.

Thanks you so much, :D.


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Ray Carnes
On 8/10/14, 11:32 PM

The ID is always prefixed by the name of your module.  Add that and it should be deleted.  Even better, export the record to see the entire ID so you can be sure.

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