Re: how to use email instead of username for user authentication?

2009-04-13 Thread Praveen
You please check the satchmo package there they are using email as username in satchmo-registration using user=generate_id(email,firstname) On Apr 13, 9:44 am, pkenjora wrote: > Malcolm,  <- Remembered the 'l' this time! > > To keep things simple and avoid fragmenting this

Re: Use Python to parse HTML and integrating said script into Django

2009-04-13 Thread google torp
Hi. It sounds like you need to change your code structure a bit to really take advantage of Django and the possibilities it offer. If you just want to get your stuff working with Django and then nothing more, I guess you could keep it like it is, but else re factoring would be a good idea. The

Re: Default mimetype

2009-04-13 Thread Roman Timushev
Thank you for your answers, I came to the same decision (that url cannot define mimetype), but have not thought about decorators. --~--~-~--~~~---~--~~ You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "Django users" group. To post to

How can I implement an app to enable user for importing their friends from MSN, Gmail etc.

2009-04-13 Thread TTear1943
Hi all, I want to add my site an app so that enables users to invite their friends from MSN, Gmail etc. to join in my site. Is there any solution or apps for this. Thank you very much. --~--~-~--~~~---~--~~ You received this message because you are subscribed to

Re: UnpickleableError when sessions are saved

2009-04-13 Thread Iqbal Abdullah
Thanks Alex and matehat, Concerning this issue of mine, I've decided to remove the images and save the objects without the ImagingCore in them, which fixed the whole thing. On a different note, other than actively testing data which we want to put into sessions before we design the application

Re: Use Python to parse HTML and integrating said script into Django

2009-04-13 Thread Tonne
Thanks for you reply, Jakob. I'd prefer to solve the problem the Django way. The problem for me is that what I'm trying to do is not the usual scenario of passing the results of query through a view to a template. I haven't found a precedent in the docs or a tutorial elsewhere that covers this.

How to scale out django apps?

2009-04-13 Thread Continuation
Recently I found out Django doesn't support multiple databases. That's quite surprising. Given that limitation, how do you scale out a Django app? Without multi-DB support, most of the usual techniques for scaling out such as: - DB sharding - functional partitioning - eg. separate DB

Any way to bypass django's ORM?

2009-04-13 Thread Continuation
Is there any way to bypass django's ORM and have direct access to a database? This would be useful for accessing features not supported by django ORM - multi-db access, composite primary key, etc. If it is possible to do so under django, can anyone point me to tutorials or code samples?

Re: Any way to bypass django's ORM?

2009-04-13 Thread Tim Chase
Continuation wrote: > Is there any way to bypass django's ORM and have direct access to a > database? http://docs.djangoproject.com/en/dev/topics/db/sql/ Yep. -tim --~--~-~--~~~---~--~~ You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups

Re: How to scale out django apps?

2009-04-13 Thread Tim Chase
> Recently I found out Django doesn't support multiple databases. That's > quite surprising. > > Given that limitation, how do you scale out a Django app? Depends on where your bottleneck(s) is/are. It also depends heavily on your read/write usage pattern. If you're truly experiencing a

Re: Use Python to parse HTML and integrating said script into Django

2009-04-13 Thread TiNo
On Mon, Apr 13, 2009 at 11:17 AM, Tonne wrote: > In my case I need to firstly update a 3 dimensional dict/list (i.e. > nested 3 levels deep - not sure if 3 dimensional is an appropriate > description), then iterate over it and put those results into an html > page. I'm

how to use several different querysets in one single template(for a single url)?

2009-04-13 Thread jason
hi guys, i want to create a page includes several querysets to display several boards of different staffs. i used the generic.list_detail to do this, but the object_list seemed to accept only one dictionary argument to go. so how can i use several querysets in the single template to display

Re: How to scale out django apps?

2009-04-13 Thread Andy
Tim, Thanks for the helpful answers. As for specific details about my app, right now I'm still in the design phase. It will start small, but hopefully it will get popular quickly. So I don't know how big the Db will be or how many users will there be. What I'm trying to do is to make sure

serving static files

2009-04-13 Thread amit sethi
Hi , i am new to django and i am trying to serve my css file . I followed the instruction to serve static files in development server and made a seperate /media directory I copied my css file into it and changed the url pattern to include: (r'^site_media/default.css$',

Re: serving static files

2009-04-13 Thread google torp
Hi. You misunderstood the docs a bit, I c/p'ed the url-conf bit here: (r'^site_media/(?P.*)$', 'django.views.static.serve', {'document_root': '/path/to/media'}), The problem here that is also causing the error is that the file name should be a variable and not hardcoded for every file,

Re: rendering values from ManyToMany fields

2009-04-13 Thread Adam Fraser
Okay, so I should probably be dealing with the field in my ModelForm class (the one that subclasses ModelForm). This code is where the display values are found before creating the ReadOnlyWidget. In the case of my stains field (a ManyToMany field), there isn't a get_stains_display function, so

Setting and deleting cache keys with tags

2009-04-13 Thread Sean Brant
I wrote up a blog post the other day on how I go about deleting multiple related objects from cache based on tags. It allows you to tag objects as you add them to cache that way you can delete a bunch with one call.

nginx/cherokee frontend , threaded vs prefork scgi/fcgi server

2009-04-13 Thread chiggsy
I'm going to be running django from either the threaded or preforked runfcgi mode. I'm wondering which one is more efficient for a deployment targeted for now on an x64 linode/slice . I dont really see any docs describing the different options, when to use them, or anything like that, so I'm

Re: Use Python to parse HTML and integrating said script into Django

2009-04-13 Thread Tonne
Thanks for you input. Okay, I clearly need to do a bit of revision on nesting loops in templates then, if you think it might be possible to do that. 3 nested 'while' loops with incrementing variables sound doable in a template? >Well, what does the updating of the dict consist of? It will need

Re: How to find the version of Django?

2009-04-13 Thread mike171562
django-admin.py --version from the command line should work as well. On Apr 12, 1:39 am, Alex Gaynor wrote: > On Sun, Apr 12, 2009 at 2:38 AM, ydjango wrote: > > > How do I find which version of django I have on my server? > > import django;

Developer Designer Job in NYC

2009-04-13 Thread Tony Haile
We're looking for a developer with Django and CSS skills to come work on Chartbeat.com. Chartbeat is a Betaworks company, the people behind Bit.ly, Summize, Tweetdeck and a whole hos of other companies. Email me at tony at betaworks.com. Job description below: Chartbeat provides real-time

Re: Use Python to parse HTML and integrating said script into Django

2009-04-13 Thread Brian Neal
On Apr 13, 9:44 am, Tonne wrote: > It's the calendar with the unusual form/structure  that I'm > struggling to implement with the stock Django tools. > > I'll take a step back and give it another shot with logic in view and > parsing in the template. I'm not sure what

Seeking Developer to Continue Project

2009-04-13 Thread Alvin
Hello, Seeking to add to an existing webapp over the next few weeks, built on a MySQL database currently have a multi-part form and hierarchal user system based on MPTT with several custom reports for stored submissions and their user relationships. I'm seeking an individual who has experience

Re: Send validation error message to the screen

2009-04-13 Thread Margie
Not sure if this is what you are looking for, but I use the notifications app to add some extra info to my html, to alert the user that there are errors in the form below or to let them know that there was no error and the form was submitted successfully. In view.py:

Re: rendering values from ManyToMany fields

2009-04-13 Thread Adam Fraser
figured it out! class ModelForm(forms.ModelForm): ''' Define our own model forms so we can use the form to render a read-only detail page. ''' def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs): readonly = kwargs.get('readonly', False) if readonly: del

deploy django apps to multiple servers

2009-04-13 Thread ihome
Hi, Has anyone had the experience to deploy django apps to multiple servers to increase serving capacity? Is there any references or best practice documents we could refer to? Thanks. --~--~-~--~~~---~--~~ You received this message because you are subscribed to

Trouble with DateField

2009-04-13 Thread Brandon Taylor
Hi everyone, I need a sanity check here. I'm using a jQueryUI DatePicker, with the dateFormat option set to 'yy-mm-dd', which is returning a date in - MM-DD format, if I check my request.POST values. I have a DateField - "effective_from", on my model, and am using a corresponding ModelForm.

Django full-history?

2009-04-13 Thread Brazilian Joe
Dear all, I have been working on a system where we need full-history for our data. We need features like a 'live time machine', to be able to look at information as it was at a certain point of time in the past, in real time (including seeing deleted items). For that, we currently use a compound

How do List, Tuple or Dictionarie mapping (ORM)

2009-04-13 Thread khomutets...@gmail.com
Hi! I want to map some compex objects, like lists or dictionaries, but in Django I don't find Field type for this. Please help me or say how to map this data structures. (I'll try to use Hibernate ORM and he have List, Map and Set mapping types). Mikhail Khomutetskiy.

Re: Trouble with DateField

2009-04-13 Thread Brian Neal
On Apr 13, 11:47 am, Brandon Taylor wrote: > Hi everyone, > > I need a sanity check here. I'm using a jQueryUI DatePicker, with the > dateFormat option set to 'yy-mm-dd', which is returning a date in - > MM-DD format, if I check my request.POST values. > > I have a

django and i18n what's wrong???

2009-04-13 Thread drakkan
Hi, I'm trying to use i18n with django. I followed the docs and created my transalations for english,italian and spanish in settings I have: ugettext = lambda s: s LANGUAGES = ( ('en', ugettext('English')), ('it', ugettext('Italian')), ('es', ugettext('Spanish')), ) and I

Re: Trouble with DateField

2009-04-13 Thread Brandon Taylor
Hi Brian, Yes, I've also made certain that the value returned for effective date from form.cleaned_data['effective_date'] is a valid Python datetime object. Something seems to be amiss. The exception is happening in: django/db/ models/fields/__init__.py in to_python, line 473 If I put a print

Re: Django full-history?

2009-04-13 Thread Bruno Tikami
On Mon, Apr 13, 2009 at 1:48 PM, Brazilian Joe wrote: > > Dear all, > > I have been working on a system where we need full-history for our > data. We need features like a 'live time machine', to be able to look > at information as it was at a certain point of time in the

Re: Trouble with DateField

2009-04-13 Thread Brandon Taylor
Well, I'm not sure what the matter was, maybe some bad cache or something, but the problem seems to have corrected itself. Weird! On Apr 13, 12:06 pm, Brian Neal wrote: > On Apr 13, 11:47 am, Brandon Taylor wrote: > > > > > Hi everyone, > > > I need a

Re: serving static files

2009-04-13 Thread amit sethi
hi thanks , well got the point about url-conf the url pattern you have given does not raise the error but i have still not been able to get my css working my urls.py has an entry (r'^sitemedia/?P.*$', 'django.views.static.serve', {'document_root': '/home/amit/analytics/sitemedia',

Re: Django full-history?

2009-04-13 Thread Mohammad Tayseer
This can be helpful http://code.djangoproject.com/wiki/AuditTrail Mohammad Tayseer http://spellcoder.com/blogs/tayseer From: Brazilian Joe To: Django users Sent: Monday, April 13, 2009 6:48:13 PM

Process multiple html forms in the same view

2009-04-13 Thread Bastien
I have a classic user profile page where the user fills a form with various field about her profile (name, address, about me...). On the same page I have another form that is very similar to a blog post entry (title, body...) that represents a message that the user can optionaly fill if she wants

Editing Submit line Template in Admin

2009-04-13 Thread Alfonso
Hi, I know it's not possible to easily override the submit_line.html template on model/app by model/app basis but I'm wondering if anyone has discovered a workaround for adding custom submit_line functionality? Basically within one app I'd like to hide everything but 'Delete' and 'Save'. At

Custom Model Fields / Multi-table inheritance / get_db_prep_value / postgresql_psycopg2

2009-04-13 Thread gordyt
Howdy Folks, I have been testing model inheritance using models that have UUIDField primary keys. It appears that when you save a new instance of a child model, the framework is not calling get_db_prep_value() to convert the UUIDField to a proper format before querying the parent entry. Let's

Re: Custom Model Fields / Multi-table inheritance / get_db_prep_value / postgresql_psycopg2

2009-04-13 Thread gordyt
Forgot to add that I'm using the latest revision from subversion (10558)... --~--~-~--~~~---~--~~ You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "Django users" group. To post to this group, send email to django-users@googlegroups.com To

Re: Cannot call a custom model method in my view

2009-04-13 Thread Daniel Roseman
On Apr 11, 11:10 pm, codecowboy wrote: > Thank you Daniel.  I got it working.  That link that you gave me > helped me to figure it out.  I'm curious though, is there ever a > reason in Django to define a method in a model class or would I always > use a custom manager

Re: newbie question: django-registration

2009-04-13 Thread Angel Cruz
Also, I had to go use the admin interface, go to Sites and change the 'site name' from 'example.com' to mine. A little required edit that I missed. On Sun, Apr 12, 2009 at 10:00 PM, Praveen wrote: > > You should change the site domain name example.com to

Re: django and i18n what's wrong???

2009-04-13 Thread drakkan
The string that doesn't works are defined in models.py: STATUS=( (1,_('Active')), (0,_('Inactive')), ) class TestModel(models.Model): status=models.IntegerField("Status",choices=STATUS,default=1) in my view I have: 'status':u.get_status_display() ant this is not transalted, why?

Re: Form validation in Admin Panel

2009-04-13 Thread eli
On 13 Kwi, 21:10, Alex Gaynor wrote: > Provide a custom form to the ModelAdmin using the form > option:http://docs.djangoproject.com/en/dev/ref/contrib/admin/#form > > Alex > Oh, it's so simple.. :-) Thank You Alex regards.

Re: django and i18n what's wrong???

2009-04-13 Thread drakkan
I found a workaround I have to do: 'status':_(u.get_status_display()) even if I have already marked the string for translation in models: STATUS=( (1,_('Active')), (0,_('Inactive')), ) this is a really strange behaviour ... On 13 Apr, 21:07, drakkan wrote: >

Form validation in Admin Panel

2009-04-13 Thread eli
Hi, How can I to validate data from form in Django Admin Panel? (like: clena_fieldname in form.ModelForm) ? regards. --~--~-~--~~~---~--~~ You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "Django users" group. To post to this group, send

Re: Form validation in Admin Panel

2009-04-13 Thread Alex Gaynor
On Mon, Apr 13, 2009 at 2:52 PM, eli wrote: > > Hi, > > How can I to validate data from form in Django Admin Panel? (like: > clena_fieldname in form.ModelForm) ? > > regards. > > > Provide a custom form to the ModelAdmin using the form option:

Form Wizard and captcha

2009-04-13 Thread Kirill Zaborski
So no answers were given and I tried to fix FormWizard class. The patch is attached and the only thing changed is that the revalidation is made with forms which were before the last one (I do not see any reason for the second validation of it). Is there any chance to get it into the trunk? Do I

Re: django and i18n what's wrong???

2009-04-13 Thread Alex Gaynor
On Mon, Apr 13, 2009 at 3:07 PM, drakkan wrote: > > The string that doesn't works are defined in models.py: > > STATUS=( >(1,_('Active')), >(0,_('Inactive')), > ) > > class TestModel(models.Model): >status=models.IntegerField("Status",choices=STATUS,default=1)

Re: How do List, Tuple or Dictionarie mapping (ORM)

2009-04-13 Thread Alex Gaynor
On Mon, Apr 13, 2009 at 12:53 PM, khomutets...@gmail.com < khomutets...@gmail.com> wrote: > > Hi! > > I want to map some compex objects, like lists or dictionaries, but in > Django I don't find Field type for this. Please help me or say how to > map this data structures. (I'll try to use

Re: django and i18n what's wrong???

2009-04-13 Thread Ramiro Morales
On Mon, Apr 13, 2009 at 4:30 PM, drakkan wrote: > > I found a workaround I have to do: > > 'status':_(u.get_status_display()) > > even if I have already marked the string for translation in models: > > STATUS=( >    (1,_('Active')), >    (0,_('Inactive')), > ) > > this is

Re: Form Wizard and captcha

2009-04-13 Thread Adi Sieker
On 13.04.2009, at 21:43, Kirill Zaborski wrote: > So no answers were given and I tried to fix FormWizard class. > The patch is attached and the only thing changed is that the > revalidation is made with forms which were before the last one (I > do not see any reason for the second

TreePanel in Django

2009-04-13 Thread Eduardo Aragón Montes
Hi everyone..I'm new in django and I'm developing and app that have virtual storage for users...so i would like to do a treepanel for every user where they can see what files they have uploaded and if they want create folders and organize their files...I know i can use ext-js but i would like to

Re: Registration form and Profile form is not saving

2009-04-13 Thread Daniel Roseman
On Apr 13, 5:57 am, Praveen wrote: > How the current user logging-in first while registration.. you mean to > say after successfully registration the user must login automatically. Well, you haven't explained the user flow at all here. But I assume that it's the

Re: django and i18n what's wrong???

2009-04-13 Thread drakkan
I'm using ugettext, I have to use the lazy variant? On 13 Apr, 21:53, Ramiro Morales wrote: > On Mon, Apr 13, 2009 at 4:30 PM, drakkan wrote: > > > I found a workaround I have to do: > > > 'status':_(u.get_status_display()) > > > even if I have already

Re: Custom Model Fields / Multi-table inheritance / get_db_prep_value / postgresql_psycopg2

2009-04-13 Thread Daniel Roseman
On Apr 13, 7:25 pm, gordyt wrote: > Howdy Folks, > > I have been testing model inheritance using models that have UUIDField > primary keys.  It appears that when you save a new instance of a child > model, the framework is not calling get_db_prep_value() to convert the >

Re: django and i18n what's wrong???

2009-04-13 Thread Alex Gaynor
On Mon, Apr 13, 2009 at 4:37 PM, drakkan wrote: > > I'm using ugettext, I have to use the lazy variant? > > On 13 Apr, 21:53, Ramiro Morales wrote: > > On Mon, Apr 13, 2009 at 4:30 PM, drakkan wrote: > > > > > I found a workaround

Re: Form Wizard and captcha

2009-04-13 Thread qrilka
Thanks, will do that tomorrow. Kirill. On 14 апр, 00:14, Adi Sieker wrote: > On 13.04.2009, at 21:43, Kirill Zaborski wrote: > > > So no answers were given and I tried to fix FormWizard class. > > The patch is attached and the only thing changed is that the   > > revalidation

Re: django and i18n what's wrong???

2009-04-13 Thread drakkan
ok I'll try it, thanks drakkan1000 On 13 Apr, 22:39, Alex Gaynor wrote: > On Mon, Apr 13, 2009 at 4:37 PM, drakkan wrote: > > > I'm using ugettext, I have to use the lazy variant? > > > On 13 Apr, 21:53, Ramiro Morales wrote: >

Re: Process multiple html forms in the same view

2009-04-13 Thread Karen Tracey
On Mon, Apr 13, 2009 at 2:11 PM, Bastien wrote: > ... So my question is how could the > view know which POST data belongs to which form or how can I change > the form fields name like the profile tags and post tags would become > tags_profile and tags_post

Re: TreePanel in Django

2009-04-13 Thread Joshua Partogi
Yes you can use ext-js with django for this. On Apr 14, 6:23 am, Eduardo Aragón Montes wrote: > Hi everyone..I'm new in django and I'm developing and app that have virtual > storage for users...so i would like to do a treepanel for every user where > they can see what files

Re: Multiple sites, single application in Django

2009-04-13 Thread Daniel C
Russell, I am working through something similar and I think that the basic structure would be to have project folders for each site plus a folder for your shared applications (whose models use the 'Site' object and 'CurrentSiteManager'. Something like this: /home/django/sharedapps/

Re: Fwd: Default ManyToMany ordering

2009-04-13 Thread Andy Lei
hmm, i think that governs how, for example, Persons are ordered in the Person's admin list. what I wanted to do was change the ordering of Persons that show up in the ManyToMany field in the Group admin page. also, is there any general way to affect the default ordering of related items on

Leopard deploy directory?

2009-04-13 Thread Shannon
Hi -- I am working on a django-powered site on Leopard server. Where is the recommended/conventional deployment directory? Every example I see uses a particular user's home directory, but that does not seem appropriate for a production-level site. I'm fairly new to the Leopard environment and

Re: Send validation error message to the screen

2009-04-13 Thread Joshua Partogi
Thanks Margie, Let me try that first. Cheers, On Apr 14, 2:12 am, Margie wrote: > Not sure if this is what you are looking for, but I use the > notifications app to add some extra info to my html, to alert the user > that there are errors in the form below or to let

Re: Send validation error message to the screen

2009-04-13 Thread Joshua Partogi
I'm sorry Malcolm, I'm from Java background where I usually put messages on its own stack. If the way django do it is to put it in context, then I'm gonna use it that way. Thanks for clearing this up. :-) Cheers, On Apr 13, 10:35 am, Malcolm Tredinnick wrote: > On

Re: how to use several different querysets in one single template(for a single url)?

2009-04-13 Thread jason
using the common view function(render_to_response) would solve the problems. i should have checked the django documentation more carefully. On Apr 13, 7:48 pm, jason wrote: > hi guys, > > i want to create a page includes several querysets to display several > boards of

Re: how to use several different querysets in one single template(for a single url)?

2009-04-13 Thread John M
You might want to think about using the direct_to_template function instead, it uses the Request Context values, which allows you to take advantage of the login system, where as the render_to_response does not (by default). J On Apr 13, 7:16 pm, jason wrote: > using the

Re: Leopard deploy directory?

2009-04-13 Thread John M
/opt is the typical linux location, my mac has a few things there now. J On Apr 13, 4:12 pm, Shannon wrote: > Hi -- I am working on a django-powered site on Leopard server.  Where > is the recommended/conventional deployment directory?  Every example I > see uses a

Does fixtures loading invoke custom save method?

2009-04-13 Thread Kegan
I have a model with custom save() method. Does loading fixtures invoke this method? class MyModel(models.Model): def save(self, *args, **kwargs): doStuffs() >From my testing, doStuffs() is not called when loading fixtures. It is called when I do: instance =