Thanks Ken for your quickness :)
So, it looks like this behaviour is happening because of the
I have to dig deeper into Mezzanine's docs to see what I missed to that
caused this problem.
On 13 February 2018 at 16:34, Ken Bolton <kenbol...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I've been talking with Majd on the IRC channel for a few days about this.
> Perhaps he'll chime in with his solution and the steps he took to get
> there, but the short of it was that his production environment had a
> different site_id and so the queries were not finding the content even
> though the content was visible in the DB and admin.
> - ken
> On Tue, Feb 13, 2018 at 7:00 AM, Majd Al-shihabi <majd...@gmail.com>
>> Hi everyone - It's been a few days of me trying to debug this problem, to
>> no avail. The behaviour that I'm experiencing is very peculiar, and I'd
>> really appreciate tips on where to look to debug it. Here's the problem
>> description, narrowed down as much as can narrow it:
>> - I have two models, one inherits from Displayable, the other from
>> Django's own models.Model. Querying the one that inherits from Displayable
>> always returns an empty queryset in the three models that I have in my
>> - I've created a new model that has the exact same code as one of the
>> problematic models, just with a different name, and it is behaving just as
>> expected of a well-behaved model
>> - This problem is only appearing when I use a Postgres database. When
>> I use a sqlite, the behaviour does not happen
>> All of this is leading me to the conclusion that something is wrong with
>> the tables for the three models that use Displayable, or that there's
>> something wrong in the way that Displayable's manager access them.
>> Any tips would be greatly appreciated.
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