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I'm using openerp 7.
When we use the wizard to generate opening entries for a fiscal year, it's normal that we have many different partners for lines in the same move, but what is abnormal is that the partner of the first line is used as a partner of the entire move.
The partner of the account move for the opening entries should be empty. Don't you agree with me?
I'd like to have your opinons before reporting a bug, and I'm not even sure if it's a bug because when you look at the method _check_same_partner() in account.py, it seems like it's intentional.
# Look in the line_id and line_partial_ids to ensure the partner is the same or empty
# on all lines. We allow that only for opening/closing period
def _check_same_partner(self, cr, uid, ids, context=None):
for reconcile in self.browse(cr, uid, ids, context=context):
move_lines = 
if not reconcile.opening_reconciliation:
first_partner = reconcile.line_id.partner_id.id
move_lines = reconcile.line_id
first_partner = reconcile.line_partial_ids.partner_id.id
move_lines = reconcile.line_partial_ids
if any([(line.account_id.type in ('receivable', 'payable') and line.partner_id.id != first_partner) for line in move_lines]):
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|Asked: 3/6/15, 3:08 AM|
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|Last updated: 3/16/15, 8:10 AM|