On Friday, December 29, 2017 at 5:39:15 PM UTC+5:30, Sundararajan Seshadri wrote:
I do not know the mistake I am likely to be committing. In Django Version 2, I have a feeling that URL matching fails whenever there are query variables.When I try to log into Admin module, the login screen comes. But when a 'next' query variable is attached, I get a 404. Similarly when I try to jump to a page in the records listing, I get 404. (Color has been added for highlighting)Using the URLconf defined in sundar.urls, Django tried these URL patterns, in this order:admin/ [name='index']admin/ login/ [name='login']admin/ logout/ [name='logout']admin/ password_change/ [name='password_change']admin/ password_change/done/ [name='password_change_done']admin/ jsi18n/ [name='jsi18n']admin/ r/<int:content_type_id>/<path:
object_id>/ [name='view_on_site']...... (corresponds to the tables defined)admin/ ^(?P<app_label>rsi|auth)/$ [name='app_list']login/ [name='login']logout/ [name='logout']authissue [name='authissue'].....The current path, admin/login/?next=/admin/, didn't match any of these.Any help is appreciated.
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