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How to import CSV with multiple lines (same ID)

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Dr Obx
on 9/21/15, 5:20 AM 814 views

Guys, how can I import data from CSV file but if for example some lines contains data related to the same "order number"? 

Picture below should explain everything.


Same customer, multiple items. I would like to combine it into one single record.

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Or maybe every record should contain a table (many2one fields)?

Going that way I added a class:

class item_list(models.Model):
_name = 'item.list'
_description = "Item list in record"
nitem_id = fields.Many2one('item_id')
nitem_title = fields.Many2one('item_title')
nquantity = fields.Many2one('quantity')
item_log_id = fields.Many2one('item_list','Product')
and in main class I added
items_list = fields.One2many('item.list','item_log_id', string="Items ordered ⇒")

   Now loading a data from CSV and still got nothing not even one item is added :(


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Pawan

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Pawan
On 9/22/15, 6:50 AM

Dr Obx,

you can use the following format for your csv file to add the data if you are using systems default import functionality.

You don't need to give the order name again in every line, just change the product and quantity in every next line for same orders.:

Order Date,Order Reference,Supplier,Destination,Pricelist,Order Lines / Product,Order Lines / Quantity

2012-12-15,PO00008,ASUSTeK,Stock,Default Purchase Pricelist,ADPT,20

,,,,,CARD,30

,,,,,C-Case,40

2012-12-15,PO00009,Axelor,Stock,Default Purchase Pricelist,CD,5

,,,,,CPUa8,15

Hope this will help you

Hi Pawan, unfortunately I have no choice, CSV file comes from outside source so I prefer not to change anything (to be hones for me it doesn't matter but third person can have a problem with it) so better if it will as it is (CSV file). As we spoken earlier, I just importing ready (downloaded) CSV file without change option :)

Dr Obx
on 9/22/15, 7:49 AM

then you have to write a customized functionality for reading a csv file and import data from it for creating your orders...

Pawan
on 9/22/15, 7:59 AM

Should be data written into the table into class which inherits from parent class ?

Dr Obx
on 9/22/15, 10:48 AM

or is it there but need to be loaded into the table ?

Dr Obx
on 9/22/15, 11:16 AM

Studying examples ... still not found how to ...

Dr Obx
on 9/23/15, 4:26 AM

where are you stucked??

Pawan
on 9/23/15, 5:36 AM

It's difficult to say where i'm not stucked :) I just need one more time to do everything step by step with you i guess ;) First thing: I created a class order_lines and inside this class I have item_id, item_title, quantity, sale_price. However I found that is a very bad idea because a lot of other things require item_id for example. So once I update module getting a lot of errors :) However, sorted it out but still when I'm trying to load CSV it won't load anything into those fields. Also, getting errors like:

2015-09-23 09:38:13,562 4533 WARNING GNG openerp.fields: Field order.lines.item_order_line with unknown comodel_name 'iprodstep_log'
2015-09-23 09:38:13,562 4533 WARNING GNG openerp.fields: Field order.lines.item_title with unknown comodel_name 'iprodstep_log'
2015-09-23 09:38:13,562 4533 WARNING GNG openerp.fields: Field order.lines.item_id with unknown comodel_name 'iprodstep_log'
2015-09-23 09:38:13,563 4533 WARNING GNG openerp.fields: Field order.lines.sale_price with unknown comodel_name 'iprodstep_log'
2015-09-23 09:38:13,563 4533 WARNING GNG openerp.fields: Field order.lines.sales_record_number with unknown comodel_name 'iprodstep_log'
2015-09-23 09:38:13,800 4533 WARNING GNG openerp.fields: Field product.line.state with unknown comodel_name 'iprodstep_log'
I know why, baceuse in this class 'order_lines' I should create a fields like: item_id = fields.Char() but I tried with item_id = fields.Many2one(). So once I add:
#----------------- Order lines ----------------
class order_lines(models.Model):
	_name = 'order.lines'
	_description = 'Order lines'
	
	item_order_line = fields.Many2one('iprodstep_log','Item')
	item_id = fields.Char()
	item_title = fields.Char()
	quantity = fields.Integer()
	sale_price = fields.Char()

	
#----------------- Main class -----------------    
class iprodstep_log(models.Model):
	_name = 'iprodstep.log'
	_description = 'iprodstep log'
	_inherit = ['ir.needaction_mixin','order.lines']

#------------------ Sub table -----------------
	order_line = fields.One2many('order.lines','item_order_line',string='item lines')

#--------- Sub table related fields -----------
	item_id = fields.Char('Item Number')
	item_title = fields.Char('Item Title')
	quantity = fields.Integer('Quantity')
	sale_price = fields.Char('Sale price')

I have a table but how can i write some data from one class to another ? Tried using write:
			record.write({'order_lines.item_id': 'item_id'})
2015-09-23 11:29:03,314 6987 WARNING GNG openerp.models: iprodstep.log.write() with unknown fields: order_lines.item_id
Dr Obx
on 9/23/15, 7:31 AM

New week, new, ideas, new challenges ! Any thoughts how to solve this issue ??

Dr Obx
on 9/28/15, 4:27 AM

New week, new ideas, new challenges, and new solution.... new problem.... ;)

Pawan
on 9/29/15, 1:36 AM

anyway, please provide a brief what has been done till now in that....

Pawan
on 9/29/15, 1:37 AM

Hi Pawan, been busy last week, so I had no time to try. This week I will buid custom import module and I hope it will work :):)

Dr Obx
on 10/20/15, 7:17 AM

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Asked: 9/21/15, 5:20 AM
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