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Hello all. I have this situation:
To use some API (as google ones) I need pass as parameter the "Developer Key", it is a long char as part of the "url" we need to pass a parameter "The KEy"
It is really ugly pass this kwy wired in my soource code, due to if other person want to use my code i need to put free my key IMHO it is not correct.
What did i tried.
1.- Just declare a wired piece of code in my js file adding the script (It works) the issue with it is outside the "openerp.name_of_module" declaration, i can not access to server configuration due to the leak of conexion yet.
It only make the "append" in this way, i don't understand why the init: of my widget in this point doesn't work it is the only way it has worked for me.
2.- Put in the init:
I put the code in case one on init (in this point i can access to server and make an rpc request in this way extract the key from the server config) but the script is not loaded.
3.- Put in start:
I thought, "Ok i need render first" then i repeat this code in start: method and it doesn't declare the information.
4.- Overwrite the web.controllers.main.html_template variable directly in the __init__ of my module, but I think it is too dangerous if we want to load from apps.
There is some "correct way to do that?" or the 2 ways it works are the only correct Wired and __init__ ?
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|Asked: 10/19/13, 6:35 PM|
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