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How to restrict user to access his own customer

Vinod Kumar
on 1/19/16, 6:43 AM 655 views

I had created new role and given permission to all tables and created record rule see own customers ['!',('user_id','=',user.id),('user_id','=',False)]

When i login with the new user role i am getting error model res.user access denied


Ankit H Gandhi(AHG)

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| 5 3 6
Rajkot, India
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Learning Python..

Ankit H Gandhi(AHG)
On 1/19/16, 10:10 AM

Dear Vinod,

You need to inherit Customer window action and add domain like below.

[('user_id', '=', uid)]

Best Regards,

Ankit H Gandhi.

Thank you Ankit, your answer solved a part of my issue Can you give me some guidance on how should i proceed to put the same domain on POS customers cuz the debug mode doesn't give the same possibilities on POS screen as on the other views.

on 3/30/16, 9:40 AM

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On 1/20/16, 7:30 PM

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Asked: 1/19/16, 6:43 AM
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