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I need something like this:
<tree string="My Many 2 One table" editable="top">
<field name="my_one2many_ids.name" readonly="1" />
<field name="my_one2many_ids.my_field" />
Should I use context to do this? How?
Should I define a computed field to show "my_field"?.
It's ok to use the tree tag?
I saw in some places
<field name="my_one2many_ids" context="...">
How is this?
I have tried several approaches showed in the forum, but or seems too difficult, or can't get this to work.. is there an extremely simple example to achieve this?
What you saw in some places is what you search. Tree tag inside a one2many field allow you to define a specific tree view for the related model.
<tree string="My One 2 Many list">
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|Asked: 7/19/15, 8:33 PM|
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|Last updated: 7/20/15, 3:30 AM|