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How to use own custom fieldHow Can I use my own new field here

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wizardz
on 6/28/16, 8:36 AM 287 views

How Can I use my own new field here?:

I have this:

class hr_timesheet_sheet(osv.osv):

_inherit = "hr_timesheet_sheet.sheet"

def test(self):

iid = self.task_field

_columns = {

'task_field': fields.many2one('project.task', 'task_id', required=True)

}


How Can I use my own field = "task_field" in a simple variable or in a function that I want to write?

Or how can I use my own field in other modules?

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Axel Mendoza
On 6/28/16, 7:04 PM

Read the docs here

https://www.odoo.com/documentation/8.0/reference/orm.html

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