Yes, you can use the functions of writing and creating, you leave an example to follow and you can see the data:
_logger = logging.getLogger(__name__)
_name = 'ew.example
def create(self, vals):
return super(ew_example, self).create(vals)
def write(self, vals):
return super(ew_example, self).write(vals)
I hope it helps you, regards.
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