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When working with qweb reports, is it possible to sort it ascending by internal reference ?
Also, I have a field which is called designation, it has the position on the board where to solder components. Is it possible to add a counter that after, lets say 10, components, it will add a new line in the fields and continue listing on the next line ?
<t t-foreach="docs" t-as="o"> <tr t-foreach="get_children(o.bom_lines)" t-as="l">
Sort ascending by pcode !!!
<td> <span t-esc="l['pcode']"/> </td> <td> <span t-esc="formatLang(l['pqty'])"/> <span t-esc="l['uname']" groups="product.group_uom"/> </td>
Designation is hard coded for now but will come from a field named designation. After printing 10 numbers, it would make a new line a keep going for 10 more.
<td>R1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19,20.</td> <td> <span style="color: white;" t-esc="'... '*(l['level'])"/> <span t-esc="l['name']"/> </td> <td> <span t-esc="l['spcode']"/> </td> <td> <span t-esc="l['qavail']"/> </td> </tr> </t>
Is it possible ?
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