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In a multi company environment, I created the same department structure (HR configuration) for all the companies ... sales, accounting, finance, production, etc. When I want to assign a department to an employee, who belongs to a company (company_id), I see all the departments of all companies but the company name associated to the department is not listed. So I can see 5 times "sales", 5 times "accounting", etc. I think we should see only the departments of the company id of the employee! Is it a bug or am I missing something?
You are right; but i don't know if we can call it a " bug", so let's call it "a missing functionality".
When browsing the code in hr.py (HR module), you can see that there is a method "onchange_company" for the class hr_employee, which is executed when you select the company in the hr_view; but unfortunately it' just used to fill the company adress.
We can do the same, for the hr_job class, to filter only the departments belonging to the related company.
Maybe, we can do it with the same method (onchange_company), by returning 2 values instead of one, one for the adress_id and the second for department_id.
But how can we achieve this task , without patch, and patch again after each update?
In fact, i am also facing a similar issue, in sale order, when selecting a Shop or a Pricelist, i get the full list of Shops and PriceLists from all companies ...
This is really an annoying situation.
Yves, keep connected, and follow this question.
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