Monday, May 31, 2010

Re: New product django-queries

No, I haven't seen this, thank you for pointing me at that.

However, I think my "solution" is a much simpler one. You don't have
to write views, everything is set up automatically.

Also, the list of searchable models is generated automatically.

Of course, django-queries is a tool for people you trust (like
admins), as there isn't any rights management...

Yours, Peter

On 31 Mai, 15:33, David De La Harpe Golden
<> wrote:
> On 31/05/10 11:55, Guthy Peter wrote:
> Hmm. Have you seen django-filter? There's probably some overlap.
>  > With these, you can answer questions like "which authors have written
>  > books that have genre Sci-Fi or Fantasy"
> The approach might be a bit different, but you can allow such things in
> django-filter with the related__field syntax, something like:
> class AuthorFilterSet(FilterSet):
>      class Meta:
>          model = Author
>      books__genre = ModelMultipleChoiceFilter(queryset=Genre.objects.all())

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