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How to use qweb directives in form or tree view (Odoo)

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Adnier Rosello
on 10/5/15, 4:34 PM 1,036 views

how I can be used (if possible) the Qweb directives (t-if, t-foreach, etc.) such as are applied in the reports or kanban views with the <templates> tag, but in a form or tree view.

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Axel Mendoza
On 10/5/15, 5:57 PM

There is no way to do it in the simply form or tree views, to do it you need to define a new widget with their respective template and you could associate to a client action tag, it's more tricky and need more work than usual. It means that you will end doing everything in the js, get data, bind events, I mean everything

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