CausalityAssignmentMovementGroup.py 2.79 KB
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from Products.ERP5.Document.MovementGroup import MovementGroup

class CausalityAssignmentMovementGroup(MovementGroup):
  """
  The purpose of MovementGroup is to define how movements are grouped,
  and how values are updated from simulation movements.

  This movement group is used in order to define the causality on lines
  and cells.
  """
  meta_type = 'ERP5 Causality Assignment Movement Group'
  portal_type = 'Causality Assignment Movement Group'

  def _getPropertyDict(self, movement, **kw):
    return self._addCausalityToEdit(movement)

  def _separate(self, movement_list, **kw):
    if not movement_list:
      return []
    property_dict = {}
    for movement in movement_list:
      self._addCausalityToEdit(movement, property_dict)
    return [[movement_list, property_dict]]

  def test(self, movement, property_dict, **kw):
    # We can always update.
    return True, property_dict

  def _addCausalityToEdit(self, movement, property_dict=None):
    if property_dict is None:
      property_dict = {}
    causality_list = property_dict.get('causality_list', [])
    root_movement = movement.getRootSimulationMovement()
    # 'order' category is deprecated. it is kept for compatibility.
    movement_list = root_movement.getOrderList() or \
                    root_movement.getDeliveryList()
    for delivery_movement in movement_list:
      if delivery_movement not in causality_list:
        causality_list.append(delivery_movement)
    property_dict['causality_list'] = causality_list
    return property_dict