On 2019-04-02 09:04, Sergi Almacellas Abellana wrote: > > Cédric Krier added the comment: > > > > I do not think a warning is the right way because it prevents automatic creation of document. > I've added a context flag that allows to skip the test. This can be set on automatic processes to skip the warning and create the documents. This is not a good solution. We have seen that such design is broken with the access right. Because it leads to have to set *everywhere* this context if we want to be modular. > > But here as the data is not controlled by Tryton, we can not guess that the reference will be unique per party. > That's why I set it as warning so the system allows to include duplicated references but warns the user before doing so. I doubt it adds real value for some reasons: * Tools will never fix human workflow errors. * Supplier invoices are assembled from purchase so already you cannot use twice the same line. * User will stop filling the reference field to avoid the warning.
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