Server action is an new feature to the OpenERP available since the version 5.0 beta. This features enables to provides the quick and easy configuration some process which is day to day requirements: Like a block of python code that will be executed, send a signal to a workflow, update the values of a record, choose a client action to launch etc. Continue reading
Hello everyone. In this post tutorial, we will learn how to hide options from ‘More’ drop-down in Odoo10 and Odoo10-Enterprise. Continue reading
Hello everyone. These are the widget list used in odoo “V8.0, V9.0, V10.0” that can make our development more easy, flexible and usable. Here we have the widgets and their descriptions. Continue reading
Hello dear fellow. In this article, we will learn how to create a Search and Calendar views in Odoo?
Search view is declared quite similarly to a form view, except that the view type and root element change to search instead of form, they are used to filter other view’s content, generally lists or graphs views. Continue reading
Hello , In this post were going to talk about wizards how to create and use them.
A wizard is a model that display a form view to the user usually in a dialog window, with some fields to be filled in, unlike other models wizards are declared using models.TransietModel and data used in wizard it’s expected to be useful in only until wizard is completed or canceled.
Hello everyone. Now, we’ll have a quick look at how to define list (tree), graph and pivot views. List views are used when we work in list mode in order to visualize several resources at once. These views are simpler than the form views and have less options. Continue reading
Hello everyone. In this blog-post tutorial we will learn how to create a form view in Odoo. Firstly, let’s define views. Views is the way the records of a model are displayed. Each type of view represents a mode of visualization ( a list of records, form, a graph, calendar, kanban). Here we will learn one mode ‘Form’ view.
So, here we have a model named Marks which has a Many2one field called ‘student_id’. This field represents the informations of the Students(e.g name, age, number,…) other Many2one field called ‘courses_id’ (e.g name, number), and Float fields ‘exam1’ ‘exam2’ ‘extra’ ‘average’. Marks model looks like this: Continue reading