See also: Adding relational fields using Odoo Studio
Because it’s a list, the most convenient place to put this is in a new tab. It’s easy to create one.
Now drag the ‘one2many’ button to the tab that you just created.
Odoo will display a list of the existing database relationships for the model (table).
If you see the field and associated Model you want, select it:
(or you can click on “Search More” to see a full list of related fields and linked models)
You will see “NewOne2many” field both on the right-hand side and left-hand side:
The first things to do are:
- Give the field a meaningful name
- Make it read-only:
Next we need to “clean up” the List View. We do that by clicking on “Edit List View”
For example, maybe we don’t need to see the Delivered Quantity, so let’s remove it. Click on the column and then “Remove from View”
We can also rename the tab from ‘New Page’ to something more meaningful. Click on the tab and then change the Label.
Here’s the tab (with a few more columns removed)
What could we do next?
- Only show confirmed orders
- Show the order status
- Add other information
- Limit the number of records displayed
There is also a Form View for every Sales Order line and we can modify this using Studio.
Now you customize this in the same way as any other Form View