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Well I finally got something working. This is what I did, I used the database cursor and wrote an sql select statement like this:
cr.execute('select "id" from "table_name" order by "id" desc limit 1')
id_returned = cr.fetchone()
the fetchone() method returns a tuple of one value which is assigned to the id_returned variable. I can then get the id from the tuple by referencing the first index like this: id_returned
you can use something like this :
the solution like the above does not work. It returns the id of the last one in the search() method, but the ids are not sorted. The last id should not be the max one.
last_id = self.env['table.name'].search()[-1].id
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