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When I enter new lines in Sale Orders they are ordered correctly, but as soon as I click either the update or save buttons, the sequence in which the lines where ordered gets messed up.
I would like the lines to respect the order in which I enter them. How can I accomplish this? or am I the only one this issue?
Hi Rachid (sorry, I can't comment your post, as I need 50 karma points to do so),
I'm aware of the default sequence number, and that you can change it in sales.py file...or through a module. I'm also aware that you can reorder the lines by dragging and dropping them manually after they've been messed up. But what I don't understand is why the lines don't stay in the order I've added them by default.
For example, I add:
I expect it to stay as:
and not as this, which is the actual behaviour:
There doesn't seem to be much logic behind this default behaviour.
So far I haven't found many posts complaining about this issue, so I'm starting to suspect it might be a behaviour specific to my OpenERP installation. Is anyone else facing this issue (line order being messed upon save or update of the order/invoice/picking)?
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