works like a charm! On Sunday, August 6, 2017 at 4:39:07 PM UTC+2, Anthony wrote: > > On Saturday, August 5, 2017 at 4:12:43 PM UTC-4, Vic Ding wrote: >> >> Thanks for the help, it works. However, this alters the table definition. >> 1) Is there a way that the value is only set temporarily ? >> > > You can set db.customer._format and db.sales_order.customer.requires > anywhere you want. > > >> 2) When the address field is empty, can I use other fields , like city, >> country and etc? >> > > The "_format" attribute and the third argument to IS_IN_DB can be a > function that takes a row object and returns whatever you want: > > def represent_customer(row): > ... > return something > > db.customer._format = represent_customer > > Anthony >
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