The following codes changes dynamically the title of the button on the top
left of the form in English.
But when I switch to another language (exemple FR), I get the French
translation of 'Add record to database', and not the translation of what I
have placed in the title of this
Thank you both for your help and patience with this. Oversight on my part--
I was mistaken by the ticket thrown - the first ticket I got when running
this was for the 'message' (which i tried to cast to string to fix it
before i posted here) param in the email, but then after that i was
On Sunday, 11 February 2018 05:52:44 UTC+1, Massimo Di Pierro wrote:
> I would expect that too but it is not a web2py issue. It is a database
> issue. web2py simply translate those in
Hi Massimo, thank you for explanation!
I've got a postgres server running which has been working fine the last
month or so with no issues.
I just added a new table in a model but cannot get the migration to work.
Everything was updated correctly in the databases folder after doing this,
and I've got
...in all my
Can anyone point me in the right direction with this, any good tutorial out
there on how i can integrate java and web2py?
On Friday, February 9, 2018 at 12:05:32 PM UTC+1, Matthew J Watts wrote:
> Thanks for your reponse David!
> On Thursday, February 8, 2018 at 8:56:19 PM UTC+1, Dave S
I couldn't agree more. web2py is an excellent web framework. I always use
it for both personal and business stuff.
Thanks a lot Massimo and all the contributors! I promise I will be
contributing in everything I can.
El viernes, 9 de febrero de 2018, 6:42:10 (UTC-3), Jaime Sempere escribió:
You don't want fake_migrate_all=True if you want to do a real migration --
that instead does a fake migration of all tables, meaning it generates the
*.table metadata files in the /databases folder but does not actually do
anything to the database. So, get rid of the *.table file of the table
On Sunday, February 11, 2018 at 4:10:45 PM UTC-5, Carlos Cesar Caballero
> > PS: For the love of all that's holy, please don't name it web3py.
The name "web3py" was just a placeholder name for a completely new
framework -- it was not intended to be the name for web2py with Python
With that said, Thank you for all of your hard work and to all the
contributors for making such a wonderful framework. :)
On Monday, February 12, 2018 at 3:58:30 PM UTC-5, LoveWeb2py wrote:
> Makes sense, Anthony. Please don't ever call anything web3py. It doesn't
> make any sense and all new
Makes sense, Anthony. Please don't ever call anything web3py. It doesn't
make any sense and all new users won't understand what it means. If you
want to have a brainstorming session I'd be happy to help. I bet all the
users on this forum have a lot of great ideas!!
On Monday, February 12, 2018
Django has a reverse proxy module... Wondering if web2py has something
I want to make web2py the single interface to multiple applications.
Any help is appreciated :)
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