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I try to add to an order a new attribute that relates to a custom many2one relation. The goal is to choose for each order one specific contract condition. I would like to manage those contract conditions in the database, so that I can easily manage them.
I sort of got fare. I can edit those conditions, assign them and get them properly printed. However, on the order form they are displayed in a wired way. Instead of the descirption-text of the condition, I see sort of a description of the associated record. So my question is, how to show the proper description attribute.
Instead of a well readable text, I get displayed some bizarre techinical description of the record. Such as "x_sale.order.contract_condition,1".
I opened this issue also on stackoverflow with additional screenshots that better explain the issue described here:
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|Asked: 3/24/15, 1:11 PM|
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|Last updated: 3/26/15, 11:46 AM|