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How to 'get' and 'search' under V8?

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Yakito
on 3/2/15, 10:57 PM 839 views

Hi,

I am a bit lost. I am trying to translate my module to V8, but can't find the way to translate the following statement:

self.pool.get('some_model').search(cr, uid, [('cols', '=', hotel)], context=context)

I found out that the search works like this:

self.search([('is_company', '=', True), ('customer', '=', True)])

but can't find how to get the external model first (self.pool.get).

Any tip on where to look will be appreciated! Thanks!

 

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Atul Arvind
On 3/3/15, 1:36 AM

In new api you can search your domain directly like

self.search([(’is_company’, ’=’, True)])

will return record set

    >> model.model(1,2,3,4)

It will return direct record set.

In the new API the notion of Environment is introduced. Its main objective is to provide an encapsulation around
cursor, user_id, model, and context, Recordset and caches.

If you wanted to search another object's record

user_env = self.env[’res.users’]
user_env.search([(’login’, ’=’, ’atul’)])

    
will return record set

    >>res.users(9,)

Thanks Atui! the self.env part was the one I was missing. Thank you

Yakito
on 3/3/15, 7:39 AM
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Vasanth

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Vasanth
On 3/2/15, 11:39 PM

Hi yakito,

you can search anything from external model by using this code:

self.env['res.partner'].search([['is_company', '=', True], ['customer', '=', True]])

 

Try this..

Thanks a lot Vasanth!

Yakito
on 3/3/15, 7:38 AM

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