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How to pass data to a view using default_get function in odoo v9?

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manuthalasseril
on 11/30/15, 7:39 AM 1,488 views

I rewrite a function called default_get

class open_questionnaire_line(osv.osv_memory):
_name = 'open.questionnaire.line'
_rec_name = 'question_id'
_columns = {
'question_id': fields.many2one('crm_profiling.question','Question', required=True),
'answer_id': fields.many2one('crm_profiling.answer', 'Answer'),
'wizard_id': fields.many2one('open.questionnaire', 'Questionnaire'),
}


class open_questionnaire(osv.osv_memory):
_name = 'open.questionnaire'
_columns = {
'questionnaire_id': fields.many2one('crm_profiling.questionnaire', 'Questionnaire name'),
'question_ans_ids': fields.one2many('open.questionnaire.line', 'wizard_id', 'Question / Answers'),
}

def default_get(self, cr, uid, fields, context=None):
if context is None: context = {}
res = super(open_questionnaire, self).default_get(cr, uid, fields, context=context)
questionnaire_id = context.get('questionnaire_id', False)
if questionnaire_id and 'question_ans_ids' in fields:
query = """
select question as question_id from profile_questionnaire_quest_rel where questionnaire = %s"""
cr.execute(query, (questionnaire_id,))
result = cr.dictfetchall()
res.update(question_ans_ids=result)
return res

and in my view

 <record id="open_questionnaire_form" model="ir.ui.view">
<field name="name">open.questionnaire.form</field>
<field name="model">open.questionnaire</field>
<field name="arch" type="xml">
<form string="Open Questionnaire">
<separator colspan="4" string="Questionnaire"/>
<field name="question_ans_ids" colspan="4" nolabel="1" mode="tree" width="550" height="200"/>
<footer>
<button name="questionnaire_compute" string="Save Data" type="object" class="oe_highlight"/>
or
<button string="Cancel" class="oe_link" special="cancel" />
</footer>
</form>
</field>
</record>

But it gives me an error

Error: send_commands to 'question_ans_ids' receive a non command value.

[{"question_id":4},{"question_id":3},{"question_id":2},{"question_id":1}]

How can I overcome this error.

Note : This module is the exact copy of crm_profiling (working in v8 and available only for v8). But now I trying it to rewrite in v9.

Please help

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Axel Mendoza
On 12/1/15, 3:42 PM

That's because you need to put the values in the write format expected for that kind of field. Change the method like this:

    def default_get(self, cr, uid, fields, context=None):
if context is None: context = {}
res = super(open_questionnaire, self).default_get(cr, uid, fields, context=context)
questionnaire_id = context.get('questionnaire_id', False)
if questionnaire_id and 'question_ans_ids' in fields:
query = """
select question as question_id from profile_questionnaire_quest_rel where questionnaire = %s"""
cr.execute(query, (questionnaire_id,))
result = cr.dictfetchall()
res.update(question_ans_ids=[(4,elem) for elem in result])
return res

Thanks-a-million, Axel. This helped me today!

Thinkwell Designs, Dave Burkholder
on 1/14/17, 5:38 PM

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