Wednesday, December 30, 2020

Re: attempt to write a readonly database

This normally means that the user you are running your project as does not have access to the SQLLite database file. I can see that you are running on windows so fine the database in the file system and check and change the owner as well as ensuring that the owner/group has read/write access to the file.

On Thursday, 24 December 2020 at 07:23:24 UTC wrote:
Can anyone help with this?

OperationalError at /users/

Request Method:POST
Request URL:http://localhost:8000/users/
Django Version:3.0.3
Exception Type:OperationalError
Exception Value:
attempt to write a readonly database
Exception Location:C:\Users\parul\anaconda\envs\MyDjangoEnv\lib\site-packages\django\db\backends\sqlite3\ in execute, line 396
Python Executable:C:\Users\parul\anaconda\envs\MyDjangoEnv\python.exe
Python Version:3.8.5
Python Path:
['C:\\Users\\parul\\Desktop\\Djangoforms\\ProTwo',   'C:\\Users\\parul\\anaconda\\envs\\MyDjangoEnv\\',   'C:\\Users\\parul\\anaconda\\envs\\MyDjangoEnv\\DLLs',   'C:\\Users\\parul\\anaconda\\envs\\MyDjangoEnv\\lib',   'C:\\Users\\parul\\anaconda\\envs\\MyDjangoEnv',   'C:\\Users\\parul\\anaconda\\envs\\MyDjangoEnv\\lib\\site-packages']
Server time:Wed, 23 Dec 2020 16:14:46 +0000

--------->>> Also, i checked the properties in db.sqlite3, all the permissions are checked...write permission also
can anyone help 

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