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Jun 2017
Afroz Ahamad
Jun 16 2017 05:56 UTC
@mariobehling Sorry if you have felt so, but I have made several PRs for the new APIs which got merged. Anyways you can see an increase in contributions from my side. :smile:
Mario Behling
Jun 16 2017 09:08 UTC
Areeb Jamal
Jun 16 2017 12:39 UTC
@niranjan94 The nextgen API format soec has 2 types of time
Which one will be final, or we'll have to support both?
Niranjan Rajendran
Jun 16 2017 18:00 UTC
@iamareebjamal both are the same.
One has a decimal place for seconds and one doesn't
As far as parsing is concerned .. Both are the same date format type.
And valid ISO-8601 timezone-aware datetime string
Areeb Jamal
Jun 16 2017 18:01 UTC
Java date format gives error for such different type of dates. I'll look for the workarounds. Thanks :smile:
Niranjan Rajendran
Jun 16 2017 18:02 UTC
Cool thanks :)
Aseem Shrey
Jun 16 2017 18:12 UTC

The problem is speaker model doesn't have an attribute called sessions but it has a backref in session model.

But implementing it gives an error.

    "errors": [
            "status": 500,
            "source": "",
            "detail": "'AppenderBaseQuery' object has no attribute 'id'",
            "title": "Unknown error"
    "jsonapi": {
        "version": "1.0"

On this endpoint /v1/speakers/1/relationships/sessions
Although this endpoint /v1/sessions/1/relationships/speaker
Can anyone point me as to what might be the problem ?
Rest all other endpoints are working fine.
Here is the PR fossasia/open-event-orga-server#3771

Areeb Jamal
Jun 16 2017 20:42 UTC
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Aseem Shrey
Jun 16 2017 21:13 UTC

Hey guys !
Can anyone help me with alembic migrations.
I made a migration file which has op.execute() as well as bind() , I am changing the column name in op.execute() function and then accessing the same table in bind() gives an error.
The code snippet :

~~~ <snip>~~~
 op.execute('ALTER TABLE events RENAME COLUMN has_session_speakers TO has_sessions_speakers')
 op.execute('ALTER TABLE events RENAME COLUMN sponsors_enabled TO is_sponsors_enabled')
~~~ <snip>~~~
    bind = op.get_bind()
    session = Session(bind=bind)
    event = session.query(Event)
    values = [value.show_map for value in event]
    counter = 0
    op.drop_column('events', 'show_map')
    op.add_column('events', sa.Column('is_map_shown', sa.BOOLEAN(), autoincrement=False, default=False))
    for value in event:
        value.state = value.state.lower()
        if values[counter]:
            value.is_map_shown = True
        counter += 1

But I'm getting this error

sqlalchemy.exc.ProgrammingError: (psycopg2.ProgrammingError) column events.show_map does not exist
LINE 1: ..., events.organizer_name AS events_organizer_name, events.sho...
 [SQL: 'SELECT AS events_id, events.identifier AS events_identifier, AS events_name, events.event_url AS events_event_url, events.logo_url AS events_logo_url, events.starts_at AS events_starts_at, events.ends_at AS events_ends_at, events.timezone AS events_timezone, events.latitude AS events_latitude, events.longitude AS events_longitude, events.location_name AS events_location_name, events.searchable_location_name AS events_searchable_location_name, events.description AS events_description, events.original_image_url AS events_original_image_url, events.thumbnail_image_url AS events_thumbnail_image_url, events.large_image_url AS events_large_image_url, events.icon_image_url AS events_icon_image_url, events.organizer_name AS events_organizer_name, events.show_map AS events_show_map, events.organizer_description AS events_organizer_description, events.has_sessions_speakers AS events_has_sessions_speakers, events.privacy AS events_privacy, events.state AS events_state, events.type AS events_type, events.topic AS events_topic, events.sub_topic AS events_sub_topic, events.ticket_url AS events_ticket_url, events.code_of_conduct AS events_code_of_conduct, events.schedule_published_on AS events_schedule_published_on, events.is_ticketing_enabled AS events_is_ticketing_enabled, events.deleted_at AS events_deleted_at, events.payment_country AS events_payment_country, events.payment_currency AS events_payment_currency, events.paypal_email AS events_paypal_email, events.is_tax_enabled AS events_is_tax_enabled, events.is_pay_by_paypal AS events_is_pay_by_paypal, events.is_pay_by_stripe AS events_is_pay_by_stripe, events.is_pay_by_cheque AS events_is_pay_by_cheque, events.is_pay_by_bank AS events_is_pay_by_bank, events.pay_onsite AS events_pay_onsite, events.cheque_details AS events_cheque_details, events.bank_details AS events_bank_details, events.onsite_details AS events_onsite_details, events.created_at AS events_created_at, events.pentabarf_url AS events_pentabarf_url, events.ical_url AS events_ical_url, events.xcal_url AS events_xcal_url, events.is_sponsors_enabled AS events_is_sponsors_enabled \nFROM events']

However if I remove the last loop it doesn't give any error.
Any ideas as to why it is happening , I am doubting it to the asynchronous nature of SQLAlchemy. If so then I'm looking for callbacks to drop_column and add_column functions. I think they might help.