From the base model code:
def view_init(self, cr, uid, fields_list, context=None):
"""Override this method to do specific things when a view on the object is opened."""
So in any model, you should be able to override view_init, and put any custom code in there. You don't even need to call super(), because the base class's view_init doesn't do anything.
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