IRC logs of #tryton for Wednesday, 2016-04-27

chat.freenode.net #tryton log beginning Wed Apr 27 00:00:02 CEST 2016
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notizblockI have a custom purchase report that I want to deploy on Tryton 3.8. Changing the existing report does not seem to be a good idea and tryton warns about changing built in report settings. I can easily add a new dataset to reports with my custom purchase report but the stock one is still visible.09:07
notizblockDisabling the built-in report brings the following message: "You try to read records that don't exist anymore. (Document type: ir.action.report)"09:08
notizblockAfter that, the built-in report is gone (even if filtered for inactive reports)09:08
notizblockWhat is the best way to replace a custom report?09:09
notizblockBy the way, the original report template can be replaced by uploading a new attachment. Is this a bug or a feature?09:10
Timitosnotizblock: this is a feature09:28
notizblockTimitos: Ok, so the way to go is to upload a modified purchase report template?09:33
Timitosnotizblock: this is only one way. the other way is to disable the built-in report in xml and to add a new one in xml09:38
Timitosnotizblock: an example for the second way: https://dpaste.de/Ypv409:42
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notizblockTimitos: ok, thx for the info.09:51
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silwol1i'm back with a question about production requests: how does the supply period (in configuration of the production module) influence the generation of the requests?10:58
pokolisilwol1: only the needs in the supply period are taken into account. For example if you have a value of 30, it will only trigger production to supply the moves of the next 30 days10:59
silwol1ok thx11:01
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