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Re: Does store=True is enough for cache invalidation?by
Using the new API we're extending the account_analytic_account model to evaluate store some performance indicators: class AnalyticAccount(Model): _inherit = _name = 'account.analytic.account' perf_indicator = fields.Float('Perfomance indicator', compute='_compute_perf', store=True) @api.depends('debit', 'balance') def _compute_perf(self): for record in self: # Our indicator is not just this, but to get an idea. record.perf_indicator = record.balance/record.debit if record.debit !=0 else 0 Nevertheless after adding more costs to an analytic account the balance is updated but the performance index is not recalculated. Do I still need to put store as a dictionary in these case? How does stored fields interact with non-stored one? Can I have an stored field that depends upon a non-stored one? Does that imply that my stored field will always be computed anyways? Are the semantics in this case undefined? Best regards, Manuel.
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