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Sorry if this question is already answered on the forum but I could not find it... How do I add the VAT number of the customer (BTW number for Belgium) to my invoices? I think this is located here: res.partner.vat but when adding it to in OpenOffice it does not show on a new invoice. This is my data:
[[ (o.partner_invoice_id and o.partner_invoice_id.title and o.partner_invoice_id.title.name) or '' ]] [[ (o.partner_invoice_id and o.partner_invoice_id.name) or '' ]] [[ o.partner_invoice_id and display_address(o.partner_invoice_id) ]] [[ o.partner.vat_id ]]
Try o.partner_invoice.vat instead of o.partner.vat_id
The field is called vat, in the table/model res.partner.
o.partner_invoice is the reference to the partner who will get the invoice, I can imagine you want to use the VAT from this account (if the VAT exists).
You want to use o.partner, which does not exist on the object/model sale.order. If you want to use the customer, not the invoice_partner, use o.partner_id.vat
So use o.partner_invoice.vat or o.partner_id.vat
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