Source code for openerp_proxy.service.object

from pkg_resources import parse_version

from ..service.service import ServiceBase

[docs]class ObjectService(ServiceBase): """ Service class to simplify interaction with 'object' service Particulary, implements logic of choosing execute method ('execute' or 'execute_kw') The last one cannot work with keyword arguments( """
[docs] class Meta: name = 'object'
def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs): super(ObjectService, self).__init__(*args, **kwargs) self._registered_objects = None
[docs] def execute(self, obj, method, *args, **kwargs): """First arguments should be 'object' and 'method' and next will be passed to method of given object """ # avoid sending context when it is set to None # because of it is problem of xmlrpc if 'context' in kwargs and kwargs['context'] is None: kwargs = kwargs.copy() del kwargs['context'] result = self._service.execute_kw(self.client.dbname, self.client.uid, self.client._pwd, obj, method, args, kwargs) return result
[docs] def execute_wkf(self, object_name, signal, object_id): """ Triggers workflow event on specified object :param str object_name: name of object/model to trigger workflow on :param str signal: name of signal to send to workflow :param int object_id: ID of document (record) to send signal to """ result_wkf = self._service.exec_workflow(self.client.dbname, self.client.uid, self.client._pwd, object_name, signal, object_id) return result_wkf
def _get_registered_objects(self): """ Implementation of get registered models (objects) Could be overridden by extensions """ if self.client.server_version > parse_version('8.0'): read = self.execute('ir.model', 'search_read', domain=[], fields=['model']) else: ids = self.execute('ir.model', 'search', []) read = self.execute('ir.model', 'read', ids, ['model']) return [x['model'] for x in read]
[docs] def get_registered_objects(self): """ Returns list of registered objects in database """ if self._registered_objects is not None: return self._registered_objects self._registered_objects = self._get_registered_objects() return self._registered_objects
[docs] def clean_cache(self): """ Cleans service cache, to fill them with fresh data on next call of related methods """ self._registered_objects = None