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two class has same field name ('name') ,when i inherit these two class into new class it show error

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shaneebkhan
on 7/15/15, 7:34 AM 599 views

two class has same field name  ('name')

when i  inherit  these two class into new class it show

if field_name and field_name not in self._fields:

TypeError: unhashable type: 'list'

is there any way to solve?

 

can you put your code here ? It is easy to resolve.

Emipro Technologies Pvt. Ltd.
on 7/15/15, 7:44 AM

Why dont you change one of them

Drees Far
on 7/15/15, 7:58 AM
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Solanki Shamji
On 7/16/15, 2:30 AM

Hello,

_name is used to define object like account.invoice, sale.order, purchase.order, res.users.

You have to define  name field in your columns, If  you don't define name field in column than  need to define field in _rec_name.

For more info please refer the below link.

http://dirtyhandsphp.blogspot.in/2014/09/odooopenerp-recname-and-nameget.html

Thanks.

 

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shaneebkhan
On 7/16/15, 12:34 AM


class StockMove(osv.osv):

_name = 'mrp.stockmove'

_inherit = ['stock.move', 'ir.attachment']

_columns = {

'production_id': fields.many2one('mrp.production', 'Production Order for Produced Products', select=True, copy=False),

'raw_material_production_id': fields.many2one('mrp.production', 'Production Order for Raw Materials', select=True),

'consumed_for': fields.many2one('mrp.stockmove', 'Consumed for', help='Technical field used to make the traceability of produced products'),

}

def check_tracking(self, cr, uid, move, lot_id, context=None):

 .....................................

.............................


In these two inherited class has 'name' field 

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Asked: 7/15/15, 7:34 AM
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