[Solved]-HTML5 number input field step attribute broken in Internet Explorer 10 and Internet Explorer 11

10👍 You’re not alone, IE is pretty buggy on this. I’m not sure about IE10, I can only test IE11 right now, and it kinda treats number fields as date fields, which it actually shouldn’t support at all, still when passing for example 20000 it says “Insert a valid date” (originally “Geben Sie ein g├╝ltiges … Read more

[Solved]-Dynamic Django Mail Configuration

22👍 ✅ Very interesting question. It seems like this is already implemented in EmailMessage class. First you need to configure email backend from django.core.mail import EmailMessage from django.core.mail.backends.smtp import EmailBackend config = Configuration.objects.get(**lookup_kwargs) backend = EmailBackend(host=config.host, port=congig.port, username=config.username, password=config.password, use_tls=config.use_tls, fail_silently=config.fail_silently) Then just pass connection to EmailMessage email = EmailMessage(subject=’subj’, body=’body’, from_email=from_email, to=to, connection=backend) Then … Read more

[Solved]-How to retrieve all permissions assigned to a group in Django

14👍 The Group model has a ManyToMany relationship with the Permission model, so you can do this for group in Group.objects.all(): permissions = group.permissions.all() # do something with the permissions 👤elssar How to install cffi package on AWS Beanstalk 9👍 To get all permissions in all groups the current user belongs to use this: all_permissions_in_groups … Read more

[Solved]-Cumulative (running) sum with django orm and postgresql

5👍 ✅ From Dima Kudosh’s answer and based on https://stackoverflow.com/a/5700744/2240489 I had to do the following: I removed the reference to PARTITION BY in the sql and replaced with ORDER BY resulting in. AModel.objects.annotate( cumsum=Func( Sum(‘a_number’), template=’%(expressions)s OVER (ORDER BY %(order_by)s)’, order_by=”id” ) ).values(‘id’, ‘cumsum’).order_by(‘id’, ‘cumsum’) This gives the following sql: SELECT “amodel”.”id”, SUM(“amodel”.”a_number”) OVER … Read more

[Solved]-Python not importing dotenv module

24👍 Do you have dotenv installed (and not Python-dotenv)? Python-dotenv and dotenv seem to cause conflicts when you have those both installed. Make sure you uninstall dotenv first, and uninstall python-dotenv too for good measure: pip uninstall dotenv pip uninstall python-dotenv pip install python-dotenv 👤Ed Harrod Django settings.cpython-36.pyc not ignored by gitignore Source:stackexchange.com

[Solved]-Django Rest Framework DELETE returns no content in the body

10👍 ✅ Sure thing. In your view, you’ll have to override destroy. Default implementation -by the time of writing this answer- is: def destroy(self, request, *args, **kwargs): instance = self.get_object() self.perform_destroy(instance) return Response(status=status.HTTP_204_NO_CONTENT) 👤Linovia Invalid HTTP_HOST header: '0.0.0.0:8000'. You may need to add '0.0.0.0' to ALLOWED_HOSTS 14👍 Complementing @Linovia’s otherwise complete answer with actionable code. … Read more

[Solved]-Invalid HTTP_HOST header: '0.0.0.0:8000'. You may need to add '0.0.0.0' to ALLOWED_HOSTS

15👍 I just added the ip in ALLOWED_HOSTS property in the file <your_app_path>/settings.py. e.g. … ALLOWED_HOSTS = [‘0.0.0.0’] … And it worked fine. 👤PABLO PEREZ MARTIN ImportError: cannot import name 'Celery' from 'celery' 5👍 Take a look at settings.py and fill the ALLOWED_HOSTS as follows. For local host: ALLOWED_HOSTS = ["0.0.0.0"] OR you can do … Read more