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Re: Problem with computed default valuesby moy lop <email@example.com> - 11/04/2016 19:11:37
You are using a string into a callable.
You will need a callable into a callable.
Thank you Moses, I tried that (calling the default function in a lambda) but I got the same issue.
I think my solution will be to overwrite create().
Citando Moises Lopez <firstname.lastname@example.org>:Check follow doc:https://github.com/OCA/maintainer-tools/blob/master/CONTRIBUTING.md#fieldSection "defaults"2016-04-11 10:39 GMT-05:00 <Pedro@pad.odoo-community.org>:This exact question was made several weeks ago. Please check in the archives. In a nutshell, you have to execute a pre/post-init hook (the treatment will change depending on the order selected - before or after the installation).Regards.
2016-04-11 17:08 GMT+02:00 Daniel Reis <email@example.com>:Hello all, I'm in need of some expert help. I added a field to a model, to be used as a random unique identifier: token = fields.Char('Token', default=lambda s: str(uuid.uuid4())) The problem is that, the already existing records all got the same exact uuid. It seems that the lambda is evaluated once, before a mass update, instead of per record, as I expected. Am I missing something? Thanks for any help. -- Daniel Reis--