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I have a problem when i use domain to compare two integer fields ?
_name = 'y'
_name = 'x''y_id': fields.many2one('y', 'Y', domain="[('field1','>','field2')]"),
=> ValueError: invalid literal for int() with base 10: 'field2'
In domain filter you have to give the value in right side of the operator. In domain we have to follow the syntax like : [('field_of_model','operator','any_value_according_to_field_and_operator')]
In your domain 'field2' is text and system is going to convert it into "int" thats why system is giving an error message "like invalid literal for int() with base 10:"
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|Asked: 5/26/15, 8:00 PM|
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|Last updated: 5/27/15, 5:20 AM|