Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Re: (ModelForm) confusion

On Wed, Jul 30, 2014 at 12:25 PM, Kamal Kaur <> wrote:
> Greetings!
> What I have done:
> There are four tables, from which I have generated ModelForms. Getting
> the WorkerDetails from one side, adding the salary and attendance
> things from the other side as the view says. If there is at least one
> row added in WorkerDetail table, then it directly asks to add the
> salary and attendance things. Everything is being added perfectly but
> I have to add that "ForeignKey" thing in every form.

The thing i understand is, you wish is that the system should ask to
add the other details like monthly attendance and advance on the same
page when a new worker is added, if it don't have that values.
Am i right?

> Aim:
> To design a page like this:
You require the validators in the template / file, to validate
the data at the run time.

> Query:
> What I need to do to display forms like this and get the foreign key
> attribute directly from the displayed list? Is what I have done right?
> Is there some better approach to get this desired layout?
> Required code:

Page doesn't exist :(


Satinderpal Singh

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