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What is argument "ids" in the method and how to call it from javascript ?

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GonG
on 6/13/14, 10:25 AM 1,082 views

Hi, I've been trying to call the python method from the web client. The method is

action_invoice(self, cr, uid, ids, context=None):

In javascript, I call this method via

var model = new instance.web.Model("pos.order");

model.call("action_invoice", [], {context: new instance.web.CompoundContext()});

But it doesn't work. The error says that I lack one argument in the call. I think what I miss is the arguments "ids". From googling, it seems to be a list of record ids. What is it anyway ? Could you please tell me what is it and how to store that argument it in the javascript ?

Thank you very much

argument "ids" is the record id or list of records ids. In the method call pass "ids" record id value. so that method is executed for the particular record id.

Prakash
on 6/18/14, 6:23 AM
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Jaakko Komulainen
On 6/18/14, 6:50 AM

You need to pass a list of ids containing those pos.order ids of which action_invoice you wish to call.

For example if you want to call action_invoice on pos.order with id of 1:

var model = new.istance.web.Model("pos.order");

model.call("action_invoice",[[1]]);

In the above example, first brackets after the method name contain arguments you wish to pass, inner brackets are for the list of ids.

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