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Sudhir Arya (ERP Harbor Consulting Services) India

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Sudhir Arya (ERP Harbor Consulting Services) India
10/5/13, 3:08 PM

You have to create your custom tree view in your custom module and then inherit the applicant's view and then add attribute context="{'tree_view_ref': 'your_tree_view_id'}" in context (partner_id) field.

Like this:

<record id="inherit_view_partner_tree" model="ir.ui.view">
    <field name="name">res.partner.inherit.tree</field>
    <field name="model">res.partner</field>
    <field eval="8" name="priority"/>
    <field name="arch" type="xml">
        <tree string="Contacts">
            <field name="name"/>
            <field name="phone"/>
            <field name="email"/>
            <field name="street"/>
            <field name="country_id"/>
        </tree>
    </field>
</record>

<record id="inherit_crm_case_form_view_job" model="ir.ui.view">
    <field name="name">Jobs - Recruitment Form</field>
    <field name="model">hr.applicant</field>
    <field name="inherit_id" ref=" hr_recruitment.crm_case_form_view_job "
        <field name="partner_id" position="attributes">
            <attribute name="context">{'tree_view_ref': 'inherit_view_partner_tree'}</attribute>
        </field>
    <field
</record>
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Corporativo Pepe’ss S.A. de C.V., Diego Calzadilla Mexico
10/5/13, 9:27 PM

Hi, thanks for your answer ...why should it be in context "partner_id" field, could it be in another field?

Corporativo Pepe’ss S.A. de C.V., Diego Calzadilla Mexico
10/5/13, 9:28 PM

I have the following problem, could you take a look and give me some advice?? Thanks in advance!! http://help.openerp.com/question/33086/sale-order-generation-from-product-search/

Devvyn Murphy Canada
1/21/14, 7:56 PM

This worked for me. Thanks for your example. PS: I happened to notice what appears to be a typographical error in your answer, in the first paragraph. There is an extra {"> in context="{">{'tree_view_ref': 'your_tree_view_id'}".

Devvyn Murphy Canada
1/21/14, 8:03 PM

It's worth noting that user-created views won't be addressable in this manner until they are processed by the CSV exporter, because they have no ID string at first, only a numeric ID. See question 22497.

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Diego Calzadilla Mexico
10/5/13, 3:38 AM

Hi, Im having a similar problem, could you fix it??

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Devvyn Murphy Canada
1/21/14, 7:26 PM

That's a question, not an answer.

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