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How I can get the current user partner_id in xml odoo

on 5/26/16, 7:46 PM 635 views

How I can get the current user partner_id in xml  (uid.partner_id)



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Hyderabad, India

On 5/27/16, 1:52 AM


You can simply create functional field as:

partner_id = fields.Many2one('res.partner', compute='_get_partner', 'Partner')

and after that:

def _get_partner(self):
     partner = self.env['res.users'].browse(self.env.uid).partner_id
     for rec in self:
        rec.partner_id = partner.id

then in xml, add this field...

<field name="partner_id" />

Hope this helps you !

Hello Pawan, There is no need to browse for getting the user record. You can directly get it as below. @api.depends('partner_id') def _get_partner(self): for rec in self: rec.partner_id = self.env.user.partner_id.id Thank you.

Burhan Vakharia
on 5/27/16, 1:58 AM

Thanks @Burhan for the update! :) @isio, you can follow Burhan as per update ...

on 5/27/16, 2:10 AM

Jusab Sida (jsi)

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Gandhinagar, India
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Jusab Sida (jsi)
On 5/27/16, 9:08 AM

Hi Isio-odoo,

For getting partner_id of current user in from view, you need to create a new field in you model like...

partner_id = fields.Many2one('res.partner','Customer', default=lambda self: self.env.user.partner_id)

And see the magic of new api...(There are many ways to do this...)

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