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Those columns are magic columns. You just need to define those columns and use it in your views. Default those columns are managed by Odoo it self. Magic columns are "id", "create_uid", "write_uid", "create_date", "write_date".
Just define columns which you want into your model and use those columns into your views. Thats it.
I hope you will get your objective.
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