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One2many onchange in ODOO

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sridhar
on 9/25/15, 6:53 AM 2,032 views

I having a form with one2many field, in that one2many it having 10 line items, in the form I update some sequence number to that one2many, if I change the value in 5th line item that sequences need to update 6th to 10th line item how to do that in ODOO.

@Axel Mendoza, In this image I change the value 6 as 15 then next records are need to change automatically. How to do that.

class xform(osv.osv):
 _name = 'xform'
 _columns = {
 'name': fields.char('Name', size=64),
 'xstate': fields.text('XState'),
 'xmany_ids': fields.one2many('xmany', 'xform_id', string='Xmany'),
 }
 _defaults = {
 'xstate': '{}'
 }
 def onchange_many_lines(self, cr, uid, ids, xmany_ids, xstate):
 #to save the state of modified fields to latter could detect new changes
 xstate = json.loads(xstate)
 lines = []
 xlast = False
 #for identify non saved lines
 index = 0
 for xline in xmany_ids:
 if not xlast:
 #detecting the actual modified line
 if xline[0] in (0,1) and xline[2].get('xvalue', False):
 if (xline[0] == 0 and xstate.get('new-%s'%index,False) != xline[2].get('xvalue')) or \
 (xline[0] == 1 and xstate.get(xline[1],False) != xline[2].get('xvalue')):
 xlast = xline[2].get('xvalue')
 if xline[0] == 0:
 xstate['new-%s'%index] = xline[2]
 if xline[0] == 1:
 xstate[xline[1]] = xline[2]
 lines.append(xline)
 print lines,"$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"
 else:
 #not a deleted line
 if xline[0] != 2:
 xlast+=1
 else:
 lines.append(xline)
 #new line not saved yet
 if xline[0] == 0:
 data = {'xvalue': xlast}
 if xline[2].get('name', False):
 data.update({'name': xline[2]['name']})
 lines.append((0, 0, data))
 xstate['new-%s'%index] = xlast
 #existing lines, 1: modified line and 4: linked line to an existing record
 elif xline[0] in (1,4):
 data = {'xvalue': xlast}
 if xline[0] == 1 and xline[2].get('name', False):
 data.update({'name': xline[2]['name']})
 lines.append((1, xline[1], data))
 xstate[xline[1]] = xlast
 index+=1
 if not xlast:
 print xlast,"PPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPP"
 return {}
 print json.dumps(xlast),"$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$"
 return {'values': {'xstate': json.dumps(xlast), 'xmany_ids': lines}}
xform()
class xmany(osv.osv):
 _name = 'xmany'
 _columns = {
 'name': fields.char('Name', size=64),
 'xvalue': fields.integer('XValue'),
 'xform_id': fields.many2one('xform', string='XForm'),
 }
xmany()
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Describe more what you need, it can be done but you need to be more specific

Axel Mendoza
on 9/25/15, 8:41 AM
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Axel Mendoza
On 9/26/15, 3:43 AM

It's something tricky what you need. Here is an example that should solve your problem. It's developed in old Odoo API style. Enjoy it, maybe it's not exactly what you need or need a minor tweaks or validation but it's pretty complete

The models for the example:

from openerp.osv import fields, osv
import json

from openerp import api
from openerp.models import onchange_v7


class xform(osv.osv):
_name = 'xform'
_columns = {
'name': fields.char('Name', size=64),
'xstate': fields.text('XState'),
'xmany_ids': fields.one2many('xmany', 'xform_id', string='Xmany'),
}
_defaults = {
'xstate': '{}'
}

def update_state(self, xform):
xstate = {}
for line in xform.xmany_ids:
xstate[line.id] = line.xvalue
osv.osv.write(xform, {'xstate': json.dumps(xstate)})

@api.model
@api.returns('self', lambda value:value.id)
def create(self, vals):
xform = osv.osv.create(self, vals)
self.update_state(xform)
return xform

@api.multi
def write(self, vals):
res = osv.osv.write(self, vals)
self.update_state(self)
return res

def onchange_many_lines(self, cr, uid, ids, xmany_ids, xstate, **kwargs):
#to save the state of modified fields to latter could detect new changes
xstate = json.loads(xstate)
lines = []
xlast = False
#for identify non saved lines
index = 0

for xline in xmany_ids:
if not xlast:
#detecting the actual modified line
if xline[0] in (0,1) and xline[2].get('xvalue', False):
if (xline[0] == 0 and xstate.get('new-%s'%index,False) != xline[2].get('xvalue')) or \
(xline[0] == 1 and xstate.get(str(xline[1]),False) != xline[2].get('xvalue')):
xlast = xline[2].get('xvalue')
if xline[0] == 0:
xstate['new-%s'%index] = xline[2]['xvalue']
if xline[0] == 1:
xstate[str(xline[1])] = xline[2]['xvalue']
lines.append(xline)
else:
#not a deleted line
if xline[0] != 2:
xlast+=1
else:
lines.append(xline)
#new line not saved yet
if xline[0] == 0:
data = {'xvalue': xlast}
if xline[2].get('name', False):
data.update({'name': xline[2]['name']})
lines.append((0, 0, data))
xstate['new-%s'%index] = xlast
#existing lines, 1: modified line and 4: linked line to an existing record
elif xline[0] in (1,4):
data = {'xvalue': xlast}
if xline[0] == 1 and xline[2].get('name', False):
data.update({'name': xline[2]['name']})
lines.append((1, xline[1], data))
xstate[str(xline[1])] = xlast
index+=1
if not xlast:
return {}
return {'value': {'xstate': json.dumps(xstate), 'xmany_ids': lines}}

@api.multi
def onchange(self, values, field_name, field_onchange):
match = onchange_v7.match(field_onchange[field_name])
if match:
method, params = match.groups()

# evaluate params -> tuple
global_vars = {'context': self._context, 'uid': self._uid}
if self._context.get('field_parent'):
class RawRecord(object):
def __init__(self, record):
self._record = record
def __getattr__(self, name):
field = self._record._fields[name]
value = self._record[name]
return field.convert_to_onchange(value)
record = self[self._context['field_parent']]
global_vars['parent'] = RawRecord(record)
params = eval("[%s]" % params, global_vars, values)

# call onchange method with context when possible
args = (self._cr, self._uid, self._ids) + tuple(params)

try:
method_res = getattr(self._model, method)(*args, context=self._context)
except TypeError:
method_res = getattr(self._model, method)(*args)

return method_res
super(xform,self).onchange(values, field_name, field_onchange)

xform()

class xmany(osv.osv):
_name = 'xmany'
_columns = {
'name': fields.char('Name', size=64),
'xvalue': fields.integer('XValue'),
'xform_id': fields.many2one('xform', string='XForm'),
}
xmany()

in the view for the model xform:

        <record model="ir.ui.view" id="solt_xform_form_view">
<field name="name">xform</field>
<field name="model">xform</field>
<field name="arch" type="xml">
<form string="XFORM">
<field name="name"/>
<field name="xstate" invisible="1"/>
<field name="xmany_ids" on_change="onchange_many_lines(xmany_ids, xstate)">
<tree editable="bottom">
<field name="xvalue"/>
<field name="name"/>
</tree>
</field>
</form>
</field>
</record>

<record id="solt_xform_action" model="ir.actions.act_window">
<field name="name">XFORM</field>
<field name="res_model">xform</field>
<field name="view_type">form</field>
<field name="view_mode">tree,form</field>
</record>

<menuitem name="Many Tests" id="solt_many_menu" parent="base.menu_administration" sequence="5"/>
<menuitem name="XFORM" id="solt_xform_submenu" parent="solt_many_menu" action="solt_xform_action" sequence="3"/>

 

Change for xlast+=1

Axel Mendoza
on 9/27/15, 9:33 AM

This concept is not working in ODOO, but it is working in OpenERP 7.

sridhar
on 9/28/15, 11:24 AM

It should work with a few tweaks, Odoo doesn't change too much in that features and I have done already some codes like that way in Odoo v8

Axel Mendoza
on 9/28/15, 11:28 AM

I give you a very hard to guess way of solve your problem, creating the models to show you and example you need to adapt to what you need. I think at least a +1 vote it may deserve, try to understand the algorithm used with the tuple format, I left some comments in the code and If you don't get something you could always ask

Axel Mendoza
on 9/28/15, 11:33 AM

json.dumps(xlast), here it get False only.

sridhar
on 9/28/15, 11:41 AM

I fix the final json.dumps(xstate) because former I code wrong as xtate

Axel Mendoza
on 9/28/15, 11:46 AM

If I editing xvalue means json.dumps(xstate) is False only.

sridhar
on 9/28/15, 11:58 AM

If you edit xvalue in a line, there is a loop that detect the change in that line. xstate keep the values of all the xvalue lines for be able to detect other changes latter

Axel Mendoza
on 9/28/15, 12:03 PM

If i edit the lines means, i print the value lines.append(xline) but I got this values only, [(6, 0, [7, 8, 9, 10])],

sridhar
on 9/28/15, 12:11 PM

If you see (6,0,[ids]) then you are dealing with a many2many field or a one2many with a widget many2many in the view

Axel Mendoza
on 9/28/15, 12:13 PM

No, I'm using your code only, I didn't add any many2many widget in the view.

sridhar
on 9/28/15, 12:15 PM

let me try all latter, come back tomorrow for a solution, the code I give you was not tested at all, but it's simply to add [(6,0,[ids])] support

Axel Mendoza
on 9/28/15, 12:23 PM

Ok Thank you so much.

sridhar
on 9/28/15, 12:25 PM

@Axel Mendoza, Any update to this concept.

sridhar
on 9/29/15, 10:03 AM

I updated the code, it's working in all the scenarios. Please test it and comment if works for you

Axel Mendoza
on 9/30/15, 7:14 PM

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