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How to find created table'name in DB?

on 2/12/14, 10:38 AM 1,193 views

Hello everyone, I am new here and i have a question can any one help me plz? i want to know when i add datas into one module(when creating a new "Notes" for example), how could i find what's the table's name in which are added those data in my database?

On 2/12/14, 12:18 PM
  • in the upper right corner, go to "About OpenErp", and "Activate the developer mode"
  • create a new notes
  • point the mouse on one field
  • a window will appear with the name of the object (for example : note.note) => . is replaced with _ to get the name of the table

Francesco OpenCode

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Francesco OpenCode
On 2/12/14, 12:18 PM

In OpenERP, the class name is the table name, too. So, for example, if you add a column in sale.order you can go in sale_order table and found your field.


Hiral Patel (hip)

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Hiral Patel (hip)
On 2/13/14, 3:30 AM

In url you can find in which table you are inserting values. It's like : model=note.note

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