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Marius Stedjan
20/2/19 19:30

If you want to show a field that already exists on the res.partner model, you don't have to inherit the model, only the view.

I take it you are trying to use the credit field that is defined on res.partner from the account module?
If so, you have to make sure you set the account module as a dependency in your __manifest__py file. 

To make this work, try removing your model and make sure you depend on the account module.
Also, I don't think you have to use the "priority" field for this to work.

BTW: Your model Class is not inheriting, but trying to redefine res.partner. This is most likely why you get an error.
Use _inherit = 'res.partner' instead of _name = "res_partner
(no need to do this here though, as you should remove your model).

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subbarao
20/2/19 22:42

from odoo import models, fields, api
    
class Balance_res_partner(models.Model):
        _inherit = 'res.partner'

        credit = fields.Float('Credit')


and don't forgot to add base module dependency on your module.

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