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Ray Carnes United States

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Ray Carnes United States
3/12/13, 7:43 PM

The default limit for a list view is set on the corresponding Window Action.


VIA THE USER INTERFACE:

Window Actions are managed via:

Settings -> Customization -> Low Level Objects -> Actions -> Window Actions

Because things like Products can be viewed from many different places ...

Sales -> Products -> Products

Sales -> Products -> Products by Category (and then select a Category)

Purchases -> Products -> Products

Warehouse -> Products -> Products

POS Backend -> Products -> Products

Tools -> Configuration -> Lunch -> Products

... if you search for 'product.product' in the Object field, you will see 6 Window Actions named 'Products'.

So it is better to search for the Menu item, via:

Settings -> Customization -> User Interface -> Menu Items

... and then open the Action from there.

When you do, you will see the default value in the Limit field - and you can change this value from 80 to anything you want:

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VIA XML:

Change the limit field in the window action definition:

action add <field name="limit">your_default_limit</field>
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Anil R. Kesariya (AKE) India
5/12/17, 9:30 AM

This solution update the limit of main model, but what about child view, for e.g. if we want to extend the limit of one2many field. is it possible to do through configuration?

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Saloua.sahnoune Algeria
9/23/19, 9:54 AM

You  just need to add the limit value to your one2many field in python


ex: line_id = fields.One2many('res.user', 'objectif_week', limit=4, default=default_get)

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