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  • Writer's pictureTek Siong, Hock

Odoo Control View Access with fields_view_get method

In the standard Odoo, there is a standard method that we can override to control the access to the form view, eg, readonly, invisible, etc.

In the following example, we can make the 'sales & purchase' page in the res.partner (Contact), to be readable for normal account user or other users, while billing manager can edit.

def fields_view_get(self, view_id=None, view_type='form', toolbar=False, submenu=False):
    res = super(ResPartner, self).fields_view_get(view_id, view_type, toolbar=toolbar, submenu=submenu)
    if view_type == 'form':
        user = self.env.user
        user_is_account_user = user.has_group('account.group_account_invoice')
        user_is_account_manager = user.has_group('account.group_account_manager')
        if (user_is_account_user and not user_is_account_manager) or not user_is_account_user:
            # Make sale purchase page fields readonly for the user who is only sale person and not manager
            doc = etree.XML(res['arch'])
            for field in doc.xpath("//notebook/page[@name='sales_purchases']//field"):
                if field.get('name') == 'delivery_note':
                modifiers_dict = ast.literal_eval(
                    field.get('modifiers').replace('true', 'True').replace('false', 'False'))
                modifiers_dict['readonly'] = True
                # replace Title Case to lower case to make it readable for JS
                modifiers_str = str(modifiers_dict).replace("'", '"').replace('True', 'true').replace('False',
                field.set('modifiers', modifiers_str)
            res['arch'] = etree.tostring(doc)

    return res
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