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I am trying to import data to a form which is apparently the below
- Seq No (sequence number field - am generating with openerp sequence)
- Customer (Customer Reference field)
- Services (one 2 many field)
- contract Start Date
- contract End Date
Data i import is something like this
Customer Contract Start Date Contract End Date ABC 13/02/12 12/05/14 12/05/14 14/04/16 12/08/16 14/06/18 XYZ 15/04/12 18/08/14 11/05/14 19/05/16
Now 2 records are generated in my form with sub records, but the id generated for first record is R001 and second is R004. i.e for every record of import an id is generated (but not used). so there's an interval. But this is the method i've identified to import form values with one2many.
Now i need to understand the below - Am i doing things right, or is there any other way to import one2many data - Is there a way to organize my sequence number while import - And last one(crooked) is that i can go to database update all values to a sequence. And when i create a form field manually the last id+1 generated by openerp is taken. So i need to update the sequence number to start with the last values + 1 that i've changed in the database.
Kindly guide me to do the necessary. And feel free to update the post if it's not that clear. Thanks for your time.
try to make a function for your sequence sample is this:
In your .py
def create(self, cr, uid, values, context=None): values['seq'] = self.pool.get('ir.sequence').get(cr, uid, 'change.order') return super(change_order, self).create(cr, uid, values, context=context)
and in your .xml
<record model="ir.sequence.type" id="seq_type_project"> <field name="name">Change Order</field> <field name="code">change.order</field> </record> <record model="ir.sequence" id="seq_change_order"> <field name="name">Change Order</field> <field name="code">change.order</field> <field name="prefix">CORBOM</field> <field name="padding">3</field> </record>
Hope it will help :)
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