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what does mean record.company_id.name ?

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madan
on 5/23/16, 1:36 AM 179 views

i have read the odoo doc but i didn't understand this line "record.company_id.name" here company_id is model or just a field name,if it is field name then it is possible to access "name" field by company_id field?


Yes, company_id is the field. Yes, It is possible to access company fields by company_id.

Nilesh Sheliya
on 5/23/16, 2:30 AM
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deep
On 5/23/16, 3:35 AM

"record.company_id.name"


Here record represents the object/model, which is in the form of ORM browse_record, which lets to access/traverse its field along with its child fields.


Example:

say "record" is "sale.order"

Then lets us consider there are 2 fields "date_order", and "company_id"  present in the object "sale.order"

Now you can access the fields of sale.order by using dot"." notation as follows

"record.date_order" and/or "record.company_id"

However "company_id" is a relation field (i.e many2one) hence you have the privilege to access the fields present in company object as well.


Hence record.company_id.name or record.company_id.[ANYOTHER_FIELDS_OF_COMPANY_OBJECT]

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