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Benjamin Holloway
7/12/18, 1:01 PM

Hi wizards,

I've found a solution for this, and that's working with js files. Here is the example

odoo.define('module.extension_name', function (require) {
    var FormView = require('web.FormView');
    FormView.include({ load_record: function() { this._super.apply(this, arguments);
      if (this.model === 'your.model') {
         if (this.datarecord && (this.datarecord.state === 'state')) {
            this.$buttons.find('.o_form_button_edit').css({'display':'none'});
          }
         else { this.$buttons.find('.o_form_button_edit').css({'display':''}); }
       }
    });
});

You also have to include the file in assets:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<odoo>
  <data>
    <template id="assets_backend" name="account assets" inherit_id="web.assets_backend">
      <xpath expr="." position="inside">
        <script type="text/javascript" src="/path_to_js/static/src/js/file.js"/>
      </xpath>
    </template>
  </data>
</odoo>

I don't really like this solution as, if you wan't to do this for a lot of models, you'll have to work with a lot of if and elses, incrementing a lot the cyclomatic complexity, but it's the only way I've found to hide that button (you can also disable it with css).


Hope it helps!


Regards,

Benjamin

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Yenthe Van Ginneken
1/25/18, 7:22 AM

Hi Wizardz,

You can do this by creating a button where you set invisible on the attributes. In these attributes you can use the 'state not in' in order to hide the button when it is not in a specific state (or the other way around, when it is). An example of both:

<button name="your_action" string="Your text" type="object" attrs="{'invisible': [('state','not in', ('purchase','done'))]}"/> <button name="your_other_action" string="Your other text" type="object" attrs="{'invisible': [('state', 'in', ('draft','sent','to approve'))]}"/>

Regards,

Yenthe

3 Comments
wizardz
1/25/18, 8:07 AM

but those are not doing the same as the edit?

shalin
2/4/19, 2:32 AM

how to remove the edit button from purchase order

wizardz
2/4/19, 2:34 AM

with some user rights or you do it in the odoo js like this:

if (this.model === 'purchase.order') {

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Riste Kabranov
1/25/18, 8:27 AM

It would be inheriting the form and adding edit='false' just like here:

<record model="ir.ui.view" id="view_stock_quant_form">

<field name="name">stock.quant.form</field>

<field name="model">stock.quant</field>

<field eval="10" name="priority"/>

<field name="arch" type="xml">

<form string="Inventory Valuation" create="false" edit="false">

<group>

<group>

<field name="product_id"/>

</group>

</form>

</field>

</record>


2 Comments
wizardz
1/25/18, 8:30 AM

and where is the filter for the state?

Riste Kabranov
1/25/18, 8:33 AM

This is just an example, it will not work for you anyways. Do not expect other people to solve your problems and you just copy and paste. Read the tips here, search some more and solve your own damn problems. Thats the way to go. Cheers

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