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Invoice Report. Wording based on Selected Journal

Yves Goldberg
on 1/20/16, 11:51 AM 790 views

Hi everyone,

I need to use a different wording based on the journal that is used for the invoices.

For example when printing an invoice with journal "ABC" I need to use "ABC Invoice #" in the document's header and when using journal "DEF" I would like the report to print "DEF Invoice #" 

How would I add it as a "t-if" like in the following statement?

<span t-if="o.type == 'out_invoice' and (o.state == 'open' or o.state == 'paid')">Invoice</span>
Another option would be to use the prefix field in the sequence but then I need to be able to translate those prefix based on the partner's language.
any idea?

Thanks in advance.

Jusab Sida (jsi)

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Jusab Sida (jsi)
On 1/21/16, 1:52 AM

Is it helpful???

<t t-if="o.type == 'out_invoice' and (o.state == 'open' or o.state == 'paid')">
<span t-field="o.journal_id"/> Invoice

Hi Jusab. Thank you for replying. Now that I read your answer I understand that my question was wrong because this would solve the problem in a specific database but I am looking to add this as an installable module (the different "journal id" would be unknown).

Ygol InternetWork, Yves Goldberg
on 1/21/16, 2:41 AM
Yves Goldberg
On 1/21/16, 3:40 PM

Here's what I used in the meantime:

<span t-if="o.type == 'out_invoice' and (o.state == 'open' or o.state == 'paid') and o.journal_id.id == 19 "> Invoice </span>

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