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How to save data in readonly field in openerp?

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Mohammed Khamis
on 6/30/15, 3:11 AM 1,050 views

I am trying to enter value in read only field , it is value changed no problem but when I save date it's value not changed . 

How can I make it?

By default you're not allowed to save data in readonly fields, that is the whole purpose of the field.

Yenthe
on 6/30/15, 3:31 AM
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On 7/2/15, 6:11 AM

Mohammed,

By design, the readonly field's value will not be sent out to the server from the client.

If your readonly field is functional field, its value will be automatically stored on screen. If its storable function field, you must make sure to write the right method to calc its value.

If your fieldis not functional, you should work around by onchange and set one invisible field to hold the value of the readonly field. Or, use write well.

Thanks.

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Guillaume Seran
On 6/30/15, 3:35 AM

Hi,   maybe with using a functional field and set store=True in field option!

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