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I tried to import configuration parameters from one file to another, but i got an error
"'NoneType' object is not callable"
what is that mean? i already defined the external id, company, resource, value and field. ex:
external id = parameter4
company = base.main_company
name = Income Category Account
resource = All product / Finished Goods
type = many2one
field = property_account_income_categ
value = 411001 Product Sales
so, what causes this error?
NoneType is the symbol that the Python programming language uses to describe a field that has not been initialized or provided with any value at all. In this case, for some reason I do not yet understand, Python wants to run that field as part of the program.
I may be able to help you further but I need more information:
- What do you mean when you say , "I tried to import configuration parameters from one file to another"? Were you importing into OpenERP?
- What did you previously export in order to get the data you show above?
- Where did it come from?
- Exactly which page in OpenERP are you at when you try to import?
- What does the server log file show at the time of the error?
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|Asked: 4/16/13, 2:12 AM|
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|Last updated: 3/16/15, 8:10 AM|