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Danyal Ali Asghar
@DanyalAliAsghar
It takes multiple user inputs.
Raphael Das Gupta
@das-g
Then you need a view to receive the POST action. This view could then redirect to the view that will render graph.html and pass the data to that.
If the data shall be persisted, store it in the database through appropriate model objects and have graph.html get it back from there.
Have you gone through the Django Girls tutorial, yet? There a form is made for entering blog posts, and submitting the form redirects to the page of the blog post.
Danyal Ali Asghar
@DanyalAliAsghar
I've not yet gone through the DGT.
Raphael Das Gupta
@das-g
That would probably be a good start before attempting a Django project. If you're already familiar with Python programming and the command line, you can also go through the tutorial in the Django documentation.
Danyal Ali Asghar
@DanyalAliAsghar
Thanks man. Appreciated,
Raphael Das Gupta
@das-g
You're welcome. :smiley:
santhosh_reddy
@santhosh-reddy03
i am trying to make input through check list of html , how can i receive the submitted data in django
now on wards i would like to share the answer too here, i think it would help others to know if they have similar doubts
Kishankp1
@Panchalkishan
I am facing issue when adding search field on django buit in feature, even it simple empty when I hit enter it throw exception.. guide me how to resolve this type of issue
Darioc2280
@Darioc2280
good morning people i'm beginner in django python, it possible that someone helps me please
Darioc2280
@Darioc2280
hello
Raphael Das Gupta
@das-g
@Darioc2280 Have you gone through the Django Girls tutorial, yet? That is a great way to start (and the tutorial is actually the topic of this Gitter channel.)
Buggyhunter
@Buggyhunter
Hello World!
Buggyhunter
@Buggyhunter
i had a website's project, it's an e-commerce website that i should redesign, but i'm sucked and don't know how to start! should i start from scratch? i mean if i do like this i will lost my databases! and can i change completely the backend's language? sorry if my is not verry good btw!
thanks everyone!
Raphael Das Gupta
@das-g
Database contents can be migrated to new schemas, if necessary. But that kinda requires that you know what you're doing.
(And before doing anything, you should probably make a backup of everything. Database contents is probably best backed up as a database dump.)

And yes, it is possible in principle to change the backend's programming language completely, but that usually means re-implementing the backend completely in that new language. That might be more work than you can accomplish. So the question is not so much whether it's possible, but whether it's feasible. (And also, whether it's worth the effort.)

Your time might be better spent learning the technologies and languages the project currently uses.

Raphael Das Gupta
@das-g
(Which you also might have to do for being able to re-implement it in a new language, anyway.)
Buggyhunter
@Buggyhunter
oh thank you so, i think i got what i wanted :)
Olonilua Olalekan
@lecxis

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khalid khan
@khalid18_gitlab
im not getting the admin page in website
can anyone help me
please
im getting server error please contact administrator
Raphael Das Gupta
@das-g
for the locally running webserver or for the page hosted on PythonAnywhere?
Raphael Das Gupta
@das-g
If the error is for your blog hosted on PythonAnywhere, see https://help.pythonanywhere.com/pages/#im-looking-at-an-error-message-in-my-web-app for how to get to the log that may contain a useful error message.
If it's for the locally running webserver, have a look at the command line window where the webserver process is running. The error message should be in its terminal output.
dragonfly-cyber
@dragonfly-cyber
doing djangogirls tutorial. i managed to deploy on pythonanywhere.com but I am now stuck with django urls topic. my console looks nothing like the tutorial says it should look ("It's telling you that there is no attribute 'post_list'")
so frustrated! can't help thinking i'm to stupid to get it
mpqm
@mpqm
-bash: django-admin: command not found
djangogirls tutorial not working?
dragonfly-cyber
@dragonfly-cyber
Djangogirls tutorial says: "If you see a different error message, try restarting your web server. To do that, in the console window that is running the web server, stop it by pressing Ctrl+C (the Control and C keys together). On Windows, you might have to press Ctrl+Break. Then you need to restart the web server by running a python manage.py runserver command" Ctrl+C or Ctrl+Break don't give anything. I found in the pythonanywhere bash console that Crtl+D means exit. Ctrl+D exits the console, I open a new bash console and run python manage.py runserver and get "python: can't open file 'manage.py': [Errno 2] No such file or directory"
mpqm
@mpqm

When uploading to Python Anywhere the website doesn't upload. The latest version has been pushed to Github and pulled to PythonAnywhere but it isn't properly running. I think it might be an issue with updating the static files.

I'm on this step: https://tutorial.djangogirls.org/en/extend_your_application/#updating-the-static-files-on-the-server

suresh tumu
@iamsureshtumu
Hello, Good Morning
ysi4ek
@ysi4ek

when updating a pullup on pythonanywhere when entering the git pull command it writes an error
error: Your local changes to the following files would be overwritten by merge: db.sqlite3
Please, commit your changes or stash them before you can merge

How to fix it?

AV-GitHubcom
@AV-GitHubcom
Hi, can anybody help me?=) I've started tutorial, and got one problem on pythonanywhere site. At first i made command pip3.6 install --user pythonanywhere in the bash console, and everything was good, but next, when i made pa_autoconfigure_django.py https://github.com/<your-github-username>/my-first-blog.git with my nickname i 've got bash: pa_autoconfigure_django.py: command not found, how can solve this problem. Thanks in advance! :)
AV-GitHubcom
@AV-GitHubcom
I've fixed one interesting detail, sometimes i can delete my current bash console and create the new console, and it can have an appear like "19:23:~$" , in this case the command pa_autoconfigure_django.py https://github.com/<your-github-username>/my-first-blog.git is executed successfully, I'm not sure, that understand why is it...
santhosh_reddy
@santhosh-reddy03
can anyone share me a useful link to host a django application in production on aws ec2 instance (ubuntu)
Bezmozllbly
@Bezmozllbly
when i input that command: python manage.py migrate

I get an error: Traceback (most recent call last):
File "manage.py", line 10, in main
from django.core.management import execute_from_command_line
ModuleNotFoundError: No module named 'django'

The above exception was the direct cause of the following exception:

Traceback (most recent call last):
File "manage.py", line 21, in <module>
main()
File "manage.py", line 12, in main
raise ImportError(
ImportError: Couldn't import Django. Are you sure it's installed and available on your PYTHONPATH environment variable? Did you forget to activate a virtual environment?

Suyoj Man Tamrakar
@suyojman
@Bezmozllbly I guess you are not inside the virtual environment so you are getting that error.Try getting inside the virtual environment and then enter the command.Hope that shall work :)
Raphael Das Gupta
@das-g
Jeferson Moura
@jefmoura
Hey guys, some partners and I are building an open-source API Gateway in Django with a lot of features and I want to ask you for feedback. Our idea is to help developers to speed up the process of application creation, including their API. We would like to also encourage people to use "micro" services and industry standards, so they can connect services that are built in different languages and use them seamlessly. Keep in mind that this project is still in progress and it's not in version 1.0 yet but it will be ;). I'd love to get some feedback from you all, so you can use the link below, email me directly jeferson@buildly.io or the team team@buildly.io
Thank you and have fun :D
https://github.com/buildlyio/buildly-core
https://buildly.io/developer-community/
https://buildly-core.readthedocs.io/en/latest/
https://docs.google.com/forms/u/2/d/1tLm85uPHlJyzxA7zpHJPt7D5ztb0PL5sLroc2T_dS7k
Sorry for the long message
Stephen Peters
@stephepush
Is there an actual repo for the code for the project?
Jeferson Moura
@jefmoura
Stephen Peters
@stephepush
Thanks, @jefmoura
Jeferson Moura
@jefmoura
Thank you for trying it. I appreciate =D