I'm using OpenERP-7 in one of my projects and using the ORM feature accessing records from different tables. After investigating the existing codes and going through different forums over web, I came to know that for using ORM object, i.e., to instantiate any model/table for accessing records, using filters, for several operations, we need the cr (cursor) .
Also in some forums it is mentioned that even if we don't have the cursor we can do it by some connection object which requires db_name or req parameter.
Now in my case, I'm not getting the cr or the req and also even the db_name is giving False as I'm using multiple databases for OpenERP.
I'm very curious to know that is there any other way by which I can instantiate ORM objects and access any record of any table/model.
Any help would be appreciated :)
Please help me. I'm waiting for your replies.
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