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Prakash
On 5/18/16, 6:25 AM
self.env['product.product'].write({'ean13':self.ean13_barcode})

this is not the correct syntax of write in odoo , you need to browse the object first .

use

product_obj = self.env['product.product'].browse(product_id)
product_obj.ean13=self.ean13_barcode####this will update ean13



YES i just realized, where it suppose to write it if there is no either id or any other significant information where to write ean13 :) Yes Prakash, thank you.

Dr Obx
on 5/18/16, 8:18 AM

Silly me ;)

Dr Obx
on 5/18/16, 8:18 AM

I was thinking if I'm in object there will be automatically id for the product i created - of course NOT! i was just wrong! :) No worries, now is all clear and i know what to do :) However I already solved this problem using simple/direct SQL query but I want it to be done using Odoo API :)

Dr Obx
on 5/18/16, 8:21 AM

Aaa hahaha, thank you Prakash, It was just my stu......y. I just added extra field ean13 in my module so the original ean13 was actually overwritten that's why I couldn't see it :) Now is OK!

Dr Obx
on 5/23/16, 4:39 PM

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