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How to change bank statement line (one2many) list row limit from 80 to 200 (for ex.)?

Tekse Arpad
on 6/15/14, 11:37 AM 1,465 views


When I open a bank statement, (entering the Accounts/Bank statement menu, and opening one of them) usualy we have more than 80 statement lines. So every time I have to change, manualy, the row limit from 80 to 200. Is there a way to change this from custom module? I allready read the following posts, but because this is not referenced as an action, I can't make the suggensted changes.






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Fekete Mihai
on 7/22/14, 1:23 AM

Has that hub an answer on the above issue?

Tekse Arpad
on 1/8/15, 3:09 AM
On 6/15/14, 11:53 PM


If you want to change by fix to 200, you can inherit your form

you can put there what you linked:


<field name="limit">200</field>


If you want to handle it by dinamic mode, pls. refer:



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Akhil P Sivan
On 12/31/14, 8:53 AM

Goto Technical >> Actions >> Window actions, search for the model you want and change the "limit" value under Filters from 80 to 200.

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