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Akhil P Sivan

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Akhil P Sivan
2/14/17, 1:06 AM


You may try like this:

class SaleOrderLine(models.Model):
    _inherit = "sale.order.line"

    def dup_line(self):

If you want to pass some values to the newly created record, you can pass on the default arguement of copy()

order_id is not copied by default because copy=False attribute set on the field definition, if you check in sale.order.line model.

order_id = fields.Many2one('sale.order', string='Order Reference', required=True, ondelete='cascade', index=True, copy=False)
Pascal Tremblay
2/14/17, 8:02 AM

Thanks for your answer. COuld you explain why the order_id is not already copied with other values? Why do you we have to give it to copy() function?

Pascal Tremblay
2/14/17, 8:12 AM

Your line works well. Thanks for this. But, I have to refresh the sale order to see the new line. Not a problem for the moment.

Akhil P Sivan
2/14/17, 8:13 AM

check updated answer for why its not copied by default

Pascal Tremblay
2/14/17, 8:35 AM

I learn a lot with your answers! Big thanks!

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