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Update: my comment below this answer was intended for another post please disregard it. This answer should work just fine!
Example: Create a relationship between product.product to a new model named virtual_categories.
Hope this helps!
from openerp import fields
from openerp import models
class virtual_categories( models.Model ): _name = "virtual.categories" name = fields.Char( string = 'Virtual Category Name' ) virtual_category_id = fields.Many2one( 'product.product', string = 'Virtual Category' )
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