> Le 17 oct. 2016 à 23:23, Brian Stempin <brian.stem...@gmail.com> a écrit :
> Hi,
> I'm trying to hyperlink to a filtered list.  Let's say I have these 
> resources:  User and Transaction.  A User has many Transactions, and each 
> Transaction has exactly one User.  Because a User could have hundreds of 
> transactions, I don't want the user to serialize like this:
> [{"id": 1, "transactions": [ hundreds of transaction URLs here ]}]
> but rather like this:
> [{"id": 1, "transactions": "http://server/transactions?user=1"; }]
> This way, the REST client could follow the URL and even apply additional 
> filtering if it so desired.
> Is there an easy way to do this?  I seem to not be having any luck with 
> HyperlinkedRelatedField.
> Thanks,
> Brian

I don’t think you could have an out of the box solution for it.
You need knowledge of the entry point url and the filter name.
The best solution I can think of being to make a property out of a function in 
the User that reverse the entry point url and add the filter yourself.


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