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Odoo12/13: Add an extra action in the tree view action button




This post will help you to add an action window in Odoo.

Odoo13:

<act_window id="action_make_bank_payment" 
            name="Do Bank Payment" 
            res_model="account.ob.payment" 
            binding_model="account.move" 
            view_mode="form" 
            target="new" 
            binding_views="list,form" 
            domain="[('type','=', 'in_invoice')]" 
            groups="account.group_account_user" />


Odoo12:

<act_window id="action_make_bank_payment" 
            name="Do Bank Payment" 
            res_model="account.ob.payment"
            view_mode="tree,form" 
            domain="[('type','=', 'in_invoice')]" 
            groups="account.group_account_user" />


Thanks!!! Enjoy Programming!! :)

Reference:

https://www.odoo.com/es_ES/forum/ayuda-1/question/add-an-extra-action-in-the-tree-view-action-button-127691


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