IRC logs of #tryton for Monday, 2021-01-04 #tryton log beginning Mon Jan 4 12:00:01 AM CET 2021
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LordVanI am just having a weird issue with my import script: I create some categories at the beginning of my script .. assign them later on11:01
LordVanbut when I try to assign a category to more than one party the 2nd time I get an Assertion error?11:01
LordVanit seems like this is "single use" ?11:01
LordVan- when I just get the category again every time it works just fine11:01
LordVanjust wondering as to why that is12:01
cedkLordVan: because proteus store information on the instance put in xxx2Many12:01
cedkso you have to put a new instance for each xxx2Many12:01
LordVancedk, ok that makes sense.. do I also have to do that in modules btw or just proteus?12:01
LordVanhmm is there no way on the GUI client to filter parties by category?12:01
cedkLordVan: it is not strictly required in trytond12:01
pokoliLordVan: dobule clicking on the party category tree will open all the parites of those category13:01
LordVanpokoli, ah thanks..13:01
pokoliLordVan: the product categories work the same way13:01
pokoliLordVan: I feel this is someway hidden to end users. Did you think there is an easier way to discover this feature?13:01
LordVanpokoli, well the obvious way to do this would be to add it to the search imho13:01
LordVanwhen you expand the search options13:01
LordVanadding a category filter there would be easy and more obvious to find imho13:01
pokoliLordVan: but currently the filters shows all the parties/products of all subcategories13:01
pokoliLordVan: adding on the form will lose this feature as it will only search on direct category of the record13:01
LordVanadd a checkbox to include subcategories?13:01
LordVanor just include subcategories by default if it has childs13:01
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JanGBHappy new year!13:01
JanGBcedk: I think the login attempt logic needs review - using an interface like in a webshop the ip is allways the same13:01
pokoliJanGB: happy neew year too!13:01
pokoliJanGB: did you have any proxys in front of your webapp?13:01
JanGBpokoli: yes13:01
pokoliJanGB: did you set ?13:01
JanGBpokoli: no - what does this?13:01
JanGBpokoli: will take a look13:01
pokoliJanGB: i assume the IP you see on the loging attempt is the one of the last proxy13:01
pokoliJanGB: this setups indicates trytond the number of proxy servers to correcly pick the IP of the user (and not the one of the proxy)13:01
JanGBpokoli: thanks a lot - did not know that. And only 300 wrong attempts last year shows the world isn't that bad :)13:01
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