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Is it possible to hide a field in create new customer in open erp

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NiteshMVP
on 1/7/14, 7:35 AM 1,504 views

hi I'm new to OpenERP. I'm using Sales Management and Accounting and Finance module's. I want to hide " JobPosition " field in the form where one can create a new customer.

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René Schuster

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René Schuster
On 1/7/14, 7:47 AM

Try inheriting the view in a new xml file:

<record id="res_partner_x" model="ir.ui.view">
        <field name="name">res.partner.form</field>
         <field name="model">res.partner</field>
         <field name="inherit_id" ref="base.view_partner_form"></field>
         <field name="arch" type="xml"> 
                <xpath expr="//field[@name='function']"" position="replace">
                       <field name="function" placeholder="e.g. Sales Director"
                       attrs="{'invisible': [('is_company','=', True)]}" 
                       class="oe_edit_only"/>
                </xpath>
         </field>
</record>

This way, the field will also be invisible while in edit-mode.

Another suggestion would be to make the field readonly.

<field name="function" placeholder="e.g. Sales Director"
       attrs="{'invisible': [('is_company','=', True)]}" 
       readonly="1"/>
</field>

This way the field will be visible but not editable.

@Rene Schuter : Thank's alot. I'm new to this OpenERP. Can u please tell me cleary which file i should inherit and where should i place the new xml file and after writing the new xml what is the procedure to make it work properlly. If you could give me a link to follow the step it would be a great help for me.

NiteshMVP
on 1/8/14, 1:34 AM

http://www.pixelite.co.nz/article/adding-additional-fields-using-custom-module-openerp-7

Try this tutorial and get familiar with the basics of OpenERP.

René Schuster
on 1/8/14, 4:51 AM

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