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In SQL query,
select u.login, g.name from res_groups g, res_users u, res_groups_users_rel rel where rel.uid = u.id and rel.gid = g.id order by u.login
In python code,
def method_name(self, cr, uid, ids, context=None): user_obj = self.pool.get('res.users') user_group = user_obj.browse(cr, uid, uid).groups_id user_group_ids = [g.id for g in user_group] #using list of user group ids browse in res_groups retrive group name val return val
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