Last February I reported a bug OpenERP v7 client - Filters do not work on numeric attributes.
Today Christophe Chauvet replied :
Sorry but this bug is not relare to OpenObject-Library
Can someone tell me, please:
- How to know when an issue is of OpenObject and OpenERP vs when an issue is in OpenERP, but not of OpenObject
- Where to report OpenERP issues that are not also OpenObject issues.
The original issue was : How to filter numerical values?
So it is obviously not about external programs or coding special functions, and never has been. The problem is -- An ordinary, non-technical user of "out-of-the-box" OpenERP will expect to be able to filter on numeric fields. They can't.
I have read Yannick's explanation and it is clear that the I misfiled the issue. But he says, "You are not sure what kind of issue it is? No problem, the OpenERP team will forward your bug report further on the good place." That didn't happen. They did not refile it correctly -- hence all this confusion and misunderstanding.
So the question is now as simple as: To which category does the filtering problem belong?
OpenERP Server or
If I get an answer to this I'll refile the issue in the correct place.
In that case you want to report it on lp:openobject-server bug tracking
Here is more about how and where to report a bug
The openobject-library will only make request that the OpenObject framework can reply. And for function field sorting, this is not implemented in OpenObject server. So the OpenObject library won't do it for you.
So code a request from your external program using the library you will have to do the sorting job on function fields yourself.
By the way, I suspect a misunderstanding between those
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