I want to create a new view type, named 'styled', to show an object in a "stylized" way. To be more specific, it's a questionnaire which must be completed on-line and must hide openerp structure for final user.
Following the "Developing OpenERP Web Addons" document, I created the js file to describe the new view using "instance.web.View.extend", the qweb template, and a registry "ir.ui.view" to associate the view to the model.
But when I test the addon the following error happens:
'The value "styled" for the field "ir_ui_view.type" is not in the selection'
I guess it's because I'm not declaring the view in python, in the server side. Could it be possible? I expect another error in the arch field because I don't know how fill it.
I have found the solution:
I just added my own type to the selection field of ir.ui.view:
class view(models.Model): _name = 'ir.ui.view' _inherit = 'ir.ui.view'
type = fields.Selection(selection_add=[('assignment', 'Assignment')])
# in your case you should replate ('assignment', 'Assignment') with ('styled', 'Styled or another name...')
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