The code that I have is this :
'class_ids': fields.many2many('class.class', 'discipline_class_rel', 'discipline_id', 'class_id', 'Class',),
'student_id': fields.related('class_ids','student', type="many2many", relation="res.partner", string="Student", store=True)
Is it possible to the first parameter ('class_ids') of a fields.related() to be a fields.many2many ?
For some reason I get this error:
cr.execute('ALTER TABLE "%s" ADD COLUMN "%s" %s' % (self._table, k, get_pg_type(f)))
TypeError: 'NoneType' object is unsubscriptable
Is it possible to do this ?
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