Odoo - QWeb Multiple report layout step by step ?

Zarshed Ali
Zarshed Ali
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Asked on 2/17/15, 5:56 AM

How to implement another report in the print drop down menu? (e.g. like this for sale orders)

STEP #1 – create a new report
Goto Settings > Technical > Reports > Reports, create a new report and fill out the four mandatory fields:
After saving this report please have a look in your browser address bar. There you can easily see the report’s id (something like “#id=1234″) – you need this id for a later step.

STEP #2 – create a new view
Goto Settings > Technical > User Interface > Views, create a new view and fill out following fields:
When View Name is the same as in Template Name (from STEP #1) Odoo automatically associates this view to the given report.
After saving this view have a look in your browser address bar. There you can easily see the view’s id (something like “#id=1234″) – later you will need this id.

 STEP #3 – create a new identifier
Goto Settings > Technical > Sequences & Identifiers >  External Identifiers, create a new identifier and fill out the following fields:
Record ID is the view id you found in STEP #2

STEP #4 – create a new action binding
Goto Settings > Technical > Actions > Action Bindings, create a new action binding and fill out following fields:
The number specified in Action Reference is the report id you got in STEP #1

Zarshed Ali
Zarshed Ali
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Answered on 2/17/15, 5:57 AM

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