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I want to create a one2one relation in two objects of openerp
I know that one2one relation has been depricated from OpenERP version>5
While searching over internet found following two links helpful for the same :
http://tutorialopenerp.wordpress.com/2014/04/23/one2one/ (don't know the language in which it's written but example is more than enough to explain)
So there are two methods to achieve one2one relation:
1) using inheritance by deligation and
2) using many2one fields in both the objects. For example 'employee_medical_detail_id':fields.many2one('hr.employee.medical.details', 'Medical Details') in hr_employee object
'employee_id':fields.many2one('hr.employee', 'Employee') in hr.employee.medical.details object
Questions : 1) When will we use one method over the other to achieve one2one functionality
2) Because i want to make one2one relationship and would like to show customized form directly instead of any 'Add an item' button. How can I do this in view file? so that only one entry is added?
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