Is there any way to restrict the number of records to be created for a single object or table
My requirement needs me to create only 3 contacts for my company. Is there any way to do so.
Thanks & Regards, Atchuthan
You can do this by def create() like:
_name = "test" def create(self, cr, uid, vals, context=None): limit = len(self.search(cr, uid, , context=context)) if(limit >= 15): raise osv.except_osv(_("Warning!"), _("Message to display")) else: return super(test, self).create(cr, uid, vals, context=context)
Here, test should be name of your object. I have given to 15 record's creation.
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