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I created an onchange function that link some object lines to the current one
mo_lines_g1 = fields.One2many(comodel_name='object.order', inverse_name='mo_id1', copy=False )
@api.onchange('date') def change_date(self): if self.date:
g1=self.env['object.order'].search(['&'('date_order','>=',self.date),('date_order','<=',self.date)]) self.mo_lines_g1 = [(6,0, g1.ids )]
here everything is ok, but when I save the view, Odoo try to delete the linked lines from the object.order
so I tried to see what the write function send I found it send the old records :
vals[ 'mo_lines_g1'] = [[2, 61, False], [2, 62, False], [2, 63, False]]
normaly it must be :
vals['mo_lines_g1']= # or [(6,0,)]
any ideas ?
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|Asked: 9/17/16, 7:03 AM|
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