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How to access to some fields in a result?

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Drees Far
on 7/10/15, 1:41 PM 398 views

Hello,

Please, i have this result:

[(6, 0, []), (0, 0, {'project': u'test902', 'partner_id': 7, 'check': True}), (0, 0, {'project': u'project903', 'partner_id': 7, 'check': False})]

I want to access to project in this result, how please.

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Axel Mendoza
On 7/10/15, 2:47 PM

This seems to be a value for many2many field, this is the format value for this kind x2many fields. You need to take in consideration the differents kind of tuple value inside this list. Consult orm write method for the specification

In your case you could do something like this:

https://gist.github.com/aek/b902298f8e0ceeaa04a0

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