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I've got a little problem. I'm currently creating a custom module on Odoo 9 and I want to get an attribute defined in _columns in an inherit of pos_order in another class inherited : account_invoice.
For this purpose, I declared a variable order as it :
order = self.env['pos.order'].browse(self.reference)
The value I wanna get is the attribute "coupon_nb" from order but the things I tried ("order['coupon_nb'], order['coupon_nb'], order.coupon_nb, order.get('coupon_nb'), ...).
But nothing worked.
Please, help me !
Thank you in advance for your help.
You just need to define your order variable is as like below.
order = self #self[zero] means first object from record set.
After assign above value you will get pos.order(10) inside your log when you put this in you logger with the help of _logger.info("ORDER = %r", order) . Here 10 is ID of that pos.order record.
Note : order = self.env['pos.order'].browse(self.reference) is creating object of pos.order with the help of reference field value "Main/0017", Odoo will treat that value as ID of the record and you will get above error inside your comment.
I hope this will help you to understand.
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|Asked: 5/17/16, 6:01 AM|
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|Last updated: 5/19/16, 1:08 AM|