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I have this situation:
field_1 has a compute method, which uses @api.depends('field_2', 'field_3').
But here comes the important part... the value given to field_1 depends on which field (field_2 or field_3) is modified by ORM (thus triggering the @api.depends).
Is there a way to know which field triggers a multi-triggered @api.depends?
I know I can capture that overriding write, but I would like to be reflected in view.
And I could use a onchange on field_2 and another on field_3, but then it would only be useful in views, no in ORM modifications.
You could have a common method and control based on field triggered
def main_method(self, field_triggered): # Control with field_triggered field value # .... pass @api.onchange('field1') def field1_trigger(self): self.main_method('field1') @api.onchange('field2') def field2_trigger(self): self.main_method('field2')
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