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You just can ignore the rel, field1 and field2 attributes. I just made a wizard relating to attachments by adding field: fields.many2many("ir.attachments", string="Attachment")
and it works.
You need to fill that relation in _defaults by a method using following pattern:
def _get_default_attachment(self, cr, uid, context=None):
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