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Django Admin Issue - 'NoneType' object has no attribute 'user'
Your swallowing the request. Here you take it: def formfield_for_dbfield(self, db_field, request, **kwargs): but then you don't pass it on: return super(PostAdmin, self).formfield_for_dbfield(db_field, **kwargs) However the original - https://github.com/django/django/blob/stable/1.5.x/django/contrib/admin/options.py#L88 is defined as: def formfield_for_dbfield(self, db_field, **kwargs): So you should keep the same signature when you override. Please note: the original will do: request = kwargs.pop("request", None) If you want to access the request, don't do the same, because "pop()" will remove it from kwargs. Just access without deleting: request = kwargs['request'] so your super call still passes the request through. It only came to light with the M2M field because that n

Categories : Django

Django won't serve pages - AttributeError: 'NoneType' object has no attribute 'tags'
If you are updating to django 1.5, removing: django.contrib.admin.templatetags.adminmedia From: TEMPLATE_TAG_MODULES in settings.py This will dismiss the error.

Categories : Django

Python: AttributeError: 'NoneType' object has no attribute 'start'
Well, you're matching a different regex: html_post_start = re.search('<div class="articleline2"></div>', html) vs html_post_start = re.search('<div class="excerpt"></div>', html) One matches, the other doesn't (returning None).

Categories : Python

Python import behaviour and 'NoneType' object has no attribute
The line "UMD has deleted ..." is the hint. You are likely using the Spyder IDE, and this non-standard behavior is described here: Spyder - UMD has deleted: module Now the additional issue is that the module untitled0.py has been unloaded (and reloaded). However, your pre-existing instance a has a class that is the one that existed in the old copy of the module. So its method f() invokes the old version of the code. The problem here is that the old copy of the module was garbage-collected: this means (strangely enough) that Python has replaced all global names with None. This is why you end up with looking up np.diag() --- but crashing because np is None at this point. Why does it replace all global variables with None??? It's a very old reason: because it creates cycles of referen

Categories : Python

Python - AttributeError: 'NoneType' object has no attribute 'findAll'
There is no table with id datatable_main in the page that the script read. Try printing the returned page to the terminal - perhaps your script is failing to contact the web server? Sometimes hosting services prevent outgoing HTTP connections.

Categories : Python

AttributeError: 'NoneType' object has no attribute 'get' - Python - OpenErp
Try this: def desc_cert(self, cr, uid, ids, field_name, field_args, context=None): obj = self.pool.get('purchase.order') pids = obj.search(cr, uid, [('sel_cert', '=', 'si')]) if pids == 'si': val = self._get_product_available_func(('done')) return val Or this: def desc_cert(self, cr, uid, ids, field_name, field_args, context=None): if self.pool: obj = self.pool.get('purchase.order') pids = obj.search(cr, uid, [('sel_cert', '=', 'si')]) val = self._get_product_available_func(('done')) if pids == 'si': return val

Categories : Python

Django set up help in venv : Attribute error: 'module' object has no attribute 'get_version'
I think you are not using a virtualenv, or your venv has access to system packages, which somehow defeats one of the advantages of using them. To create a virtualenv use $ virtualenv --no-site-packages --distribute -p python2.4 ~/my_venv This will create a virtualenv in your home folder giving no access to system packages. The -p switch let you select your python version: if you have a more recent python version installed you should use it, or you will only be able to use Django 1.3. See here. Next you need to activate it $ source ~/my_venv/bin/activate (my_venv) $ That new prompt shows you that you are now using your virtualenv. You can then install Django (replace that version which one you need or can use) and everything you need $ pip install Django==1.3 Everytime you want t

Categories : Python

Python / IronPython logging : 'NoneType' object has no attribute 'f_back'
It looks like you're trying to use the library from Python 2.6 with IronPython 2.7. You should use IronPython 2.7's standard library instead, which has a bunch of fixes and workarounds that make it work (not perfect, but a lot better). For example, I get the following on IronPython 2.7.3: >>> from collections import OrderedDict >>> od = OrderedDict() >>> od[1] = 2 >>> od[0] = 4 >>> od OrderedDict([(1, 2), (0, 4)]) >>> Most likely you set the IRONPYTHONPATH variable to have Python's Lib before IronPython's Lib. That used to be required (for IronPython < 2.6), but now it's not recommended.

Categories : Python

How do I resolve 'NoneType' object has no attribute 'write' error with scikit-learn digits dataset?
If you read the traceback message it means that the variable file in the expression file.write(warnings.formatwarning(message, category, filename, ...) is set to None instead of the expected channel (for instance the standard output of the program or a buffer in the user interface). This means that this is probably a bug in IDLE. If you google the error message you will get: http://bugs.python.org/issue18030 which in turn points to: http://bugs.python.org/issue13582 So this bug is indeed not related to scikit-learn. I would suggest you to: either launch IDLE from the cmd console by typing python -m idlelib.idle or use a different Python IDE / environment.

Categories : Python

Attribute error: function object has no attribute in python
Just to get this answered: def datapaths(ipaddress, testlogfile): # Unecessary code reomved (code, val) = datapaths.listDatapaths(mylib) # Unecessary code reomved You are trying to access an attribute of a function you've defined, but most likely not set. I think you need to rexamine your code.

Categories : Python

NoneType' object has no attribute 'split'
pipeline is None. If you want to find out why, change the line like this and use the debugger to find out. try: pipeline = " ".join(pipeline.split()) except: import pdb;pdb.set_trace()

Categories : Python

AttributeError: 'NoneType' object has no attribute 'app'
From the code, I can see that you want to allow user to download pdf. from xhtml2pdf import pisa from StringIO import StringIO from flask import render_template,Flask, Response app=Flask(__name__) app.debug=True @app.route("/") def create_pdf(pdf_data): filename= "file.pdf" pdf=pisa.CreatePDF( StringIO(pdf_data),file(filename, "wb")) return Response(pdf, mimetype='application/octet-stream', headers={"Content-Disposition": "attachment;filename=%s" % filename}) if __name__ == "__main__": app.run() Now, run python aboveprogram.py Go to http://localhost:5000 Browser prompts to download PDF. Hope it helps..

Categories : Python

'NoneType' object has no attribute 'strftime'
You would have to handle the check for both report and report.manual_date for None Try this: def when(request): user = request.user date = None try: report = Report.objects.get(user=user) except: report = None settings = Settings.objects.get(user=user) settingsForm = SettingsForm(instance=settings) reportform = ReportForm() if report and report.manual_date: if settings.date_format == '0': date = report.manual_date.strftime('%d/%m/%Y') else: date = report.manual_date.strftime('%m/%d/%Y') reportform = ReportForm(instance=report) if request.method == 'POST': reportform = ReportForm(request.POST) if report: reportform = ReportFor

Categories : Django

AttributeError: 'NoneType' object has no attribute 'userprofile'
At first thought, one of two things could be happening here. Upon deeper inspection, there's only one. Let's assume, since you didn't state explicitly, that the problematic line is: if self.Config.userprofile.userprofile.get("AutoIdentify",False): Then when you get the error AttributeError: 'NoneType' object has no attribute 'userprofile' means that you are trying to access an attribute which does not exist (which is the meaning behind has no attribute 'userprofile'), and that the object you're checking an attribute for doesn't exist, since the type of an object that doesn't exist is NoneType (which is the meaning behind 'NoneType' object). So to debug, you want to look for possibilities where the object accessing userprofile could be None (i.e. not assigned or null). This

Categories : Python

AttributeError: 'NoneType' object has no attribute 'endswith'
The path in the elif is a None and None == '' returns False so the remain will be executed. And backwards, the params.dir is a None. You need to check your code where the params.dir generated to see how the None come.

Categories : Python

TypeError: 'NoneType' object has no attribute '__getitem__' whereas cur.fetchone is not None
fetchone fetches the data and changes state of cursor object, i.e. if there was only one row to fetch, next call to fetchone will return None. Try the next: cur1.execute("SELECT * FROM consommation WHERE zone=? AND date=?", (zone, date_p)) res = cur1.fetchone() if res: abcisses += (res[0][11:13] + 'h',)

Categories : Python

Streaming api cannot retrieve retweet message "'NoneType' object has no attribute 'get' "
I found out the cause of this error already, have to thanks to Taylor Singletary. It's because I try to get the coordinate from retweet msg that not support geo-tag. If I removed these 3 lines from the code, it'd work well geo = status.geo.get("coordinates") lat = geo[0] lon = geo[1] Btw, I'm still curious about retweet_count that always be 0 as another tickets.

Categories : Misc

'addnewcus_form' object has no attribute 'save_cusdetails' error in django
There is error in your forms. python is whitespace sensitive programming lang. when you write: class A(object): def foo(): pass def boo(): pass then boo() will not be in the class scope. it will be in module scope.

Categories : Python

Django error: AttributeError at - 'Manager' object has no attribute 'META'
Use a different variable name project_request = ProjectRequest.objects The issue is because of this context_instance = RequestContext(request) It loses context of the request object as it has been overwritten. Hence the issue. def myRequests(request): project_request = ProjectRequest.objects #Now you have access to request object, # do whatever you want with project_request - response = render_to_response('myRequests.html', {'ProjectRequest': project_request}, context_instance = RequestContext(request)) return response The reason you are getting the error 'Manager' object has no attribute 'META' is, when you do ProjectRequest.objects the default manager (objects) for models ProjectRequest is assign to the (overwritten) local variable request.

Categories : Mysql

Attribute Error: '_BaseValue' object has no attribute 'value'
Apparently, user.orgs has been put() to the database. That "mutates" it into a _BaseValue, as described here: List items from repeated StringProperty get mutated to _BaseValue on put.

Categories : Google App Engine

Python 2.7 assertin gets error object has no attribute
There seems to be an issue with assertIn in some versions of Python. Here's an alternative that should work: a = 'a' apple = 'apple' self.assertTrue(a in apple, '{} not in {}'.format(a, apple))

Categories : Misc

python dictionary error AttributeError: 'list' object has no attribute 'item'
result = sorted(result.iteritems(), key=operator.itemgetter(1)) result is not a dictionary anymore. If I am not mistaken, your problem can be solved this way (assuming lines comes from somewhere): result = sorted({(calculate_score(line), line) for line in lines}) print(result[:20]) Take a look at OrderedDict for making an ordered dictionary.

Categories : Python

Python / Flask form error - AttributeError: 'unicode' object has no attribute '__call__'
It's giving you that error because nickname is not a function but a string. I can only guess that the tutorial has a few errors. Try this instead: {{ form.nickname|truncate(60) }}

Categories : Python

Getting a Python error (AttributeError: 'dict' object has no attribute 'read') trying to update code for Twitter Oauth2
Your fetchsamples() method already returned a decoded value: def fetchsamples(): url = "https://api.twitter.com/1.1/search/tweets.json?q=microsoft" parameters = [] response = twitterreq(url, "GET", parameters) return json.load(response) But you then try to decode the result again: pyresponse = json.load(fetchsamples()) json.load() then complains that fetchsamples() returned a python dictionary. Just remove the json.load() call from that line: pyresponse = fetchsamples() print pyresponse.keys()

Categories : Python

Perl regex to match alt attribute as mandatory but sometimes alt attribute comes before src attribute and sometimes after src attribute
Does it have to be just one regex only? use Data::Dumper; my $s = q{<img rel="relfoo" src="srcfoo">}; my @m; $s =~ m{ <img s+ ( ((w+)(?{push @m, $^N})) = "( ([^"]*) (?{push @m, $^N}) )" s* )+ > }x; my %h = @m; print Dumper \%h; die "alt is mandatory.. " if !exists $h{alt}; output $VAR1 = { 'rel' => 'relfoo', 'src' => 'srcfoo' }; alt is mandatory..

Categories : Regex

Python: NoneType error - "coercing to Unicode: need string or buffer, NoneType found"
You call make_pw_h() with just two arguments, name and pw. You leave salt to the default, None: def make_pw_h(name, pw, salt = None): if salt: salt = make_salt() return "%s,%s" % (salt, hashlib.sha256(name + pw + salt).hexdigest()) This means the if salt: test is False and you end up with passing None to hashlib.sha256. Perhaps you meant to test if salt is not set: def make_pw_h(name, pw, salt=None): if salt is None: salt = make_salt() return "%s,%s" % (salt, hashlib.sha256(name + pw + salt).hexdigest())

Categories : Python

Rails rendered object.attribute with spaces truncated in jquery data attribute
You need to give it as : <a class="comment" data-user_comment = "<%= comment.content %>" ><%= comment.updated_at %> - <%= comment.content %></a> Missing quotes. On missing quotes only the first word is taken and the remaining is taken as a different attrribute. So on using fire bug you can see that it your comment had : "Lorem Ipusem" the value of data-user_comment is "Lorem" and Ipusem itself becomes an attr with blank value (Ipusem = "").

Categories : Jquery

Maya useRayTraceShadows - Python error NoneType object is not iterable
Nonetype is not iterable almost always means you asked for a list and Maya gave you back a 'None' instead of an empty list. You can get around the error in the above code with selectedLights = cmds.textScrollList ("lgtList", query = True, selectItem = True) or [] Which will always return a list, although the list will be empty if nothing is selected in your UI. For more on how to handle list-type returns in Maya, see my answer to this thread

Categories : Python

Django: 'module' object has no attribute 'index'
Either do this : from lru.views import * urlpatterns = patterns( '', url(r'^$', index, name='index') ) or from lru import views urlpatterns = patterns( '', url(r'^$', 'views.index', name='index') ) I hope this helps.

Categories : Python

Django 'WSGIRequest' object has no attribute 'set_cookie'
You should set_cookie() call from response object. Example: def process_response(self, request, response): ... response.set_cookie('user_agreement', user_agreement, domain='.mysite.com') return response

Categories : Django

django-remember me-'long' object has no attribute 'set_expiry'
You should do request.session.set_expiry() instead of on member of request.session[m.id]. The request.session identified only current session along with user for the current request not all users logged in. Hope you are gone through django sessions doc.

Categories : Django

Django Testing: DatabaseCreation' object has no attribute '_rollback_works'
Just use nose from github and you're good to go! I belive this is your issue: https://github.com/jbalogh/django-nose/pull/95 I came across this a long while ago, it is now fixed on the github master, but unfortunately django-nose is not updated on pypi since last year..

Categories : Django

Django: Form object has no attribute cleaned_data - save() method
You shouldn't be re-instantiating the form inside the form_valid method. That's called when the form is already valid, and indeed the form is passed into the method. You should use that instead. (Note that the actual error is because you haven't called form.is_valid() at all, but as I say above you shouldn't, because the view is already doing it.)

Categories : Python

Django Tastypie: "error_message": "'bool' object has no attribute 'read'"
I had a field which was a datetimefield which was null, and instead of showing up as a a datetime in the api call, is showed up as a boolean. I'm not sure why this happened, but I think this is a bug in tastypie, or I misunderstood something about the configuration, or both. I excluded this field from the tastypie resource and I was able to PUT and PATCH successfully to the model.

Categories : Django

asp.net - "attribute 'language' is not a valid attribute of element 'script'" error
I've decided to do another work-around instead. Seems the datepickers only work on some pages and not others, and am against the clock on this one. So instead I've simply got two calendar controls (you've got to have a "from" date and "to" date) and am using them. Bit ugly, but it works for the moment.

Categories : Asp Net

AttributeError at /login/ 'bool' object has no attribute 'rindex' - Django 1.5 issue
The answer was in my urls.py Notice how in my views.py I am sending my correct login to return render_to_response('uc/portal/index.html', {'state':state, 'username':username}, context_instance=RequestContext(request)) Turns out that in my urls.py I had defined url(r'^portal/$', 'portal.views.portal'), but I had not defined uc/portal/index.html as it is above. adding url(r'^portal/$', 'portal.views.portal'), fixed my problem entirely Thank you so much to bouke for taking the time to help me out!!! :D

Categories : Python

AttributeError: 'module' object has no attribute '__all__' when running django-maintenancemode
You're using version 0.9.3 which is old and unsupported and broken against recent releases of Django. Upgrade to 0.10 and you'll get something which works. (The critical line now modifies the correct object; django.conf.urls.default no longer has __all__ defined)

Categories : Python

Django: 'unicode' object has no attribute 'year'. What format date/time do I need?
The timesince filter only accepts dates, not date and time combinations. It displays the time difference from the current time (or optionally, a passed in date to compare with). In your view, parse that string to its date component only. If it you already have it as a datetime object, simply call .date() on it to get the date part. If you have it as a string: fmt = "%Y-%m-%dT%H:%M:%S.%f" date_only = datetime.strptime("2013-06-20T11:20:05.499274", fmt).date()

Categories : Python

aapt ERROR getting 'android:name' attribute: attribute is not a string value
Do you mean this may also be caused by a broken aapt tool? Sure. The Android tools have had plenty of bugs, historically, and there's no reason to assume that aapt dump badging is somehow perfect. In fact, your very issue has already been filed as a bug. So, unless you are also seeing some problem in your app's execution that might be tied in here, I'd assume that aapt dump badging is the item with the issue, not necessarily your app. If you have not yet updated to the R22 tools, you might do so, to see if this bug has been fixed and they simply have not closed the issue. If you are on the R22 tools, you might add a comment to that issue, pointing this out, and include a link to this SO question, so the tools team has another data point in terms of the problem.

Categories : Android

“ERROR getting 'android:icon' attribute: attribute is not a string value”
I ran into a similar problem when uploaded an app. Turns out that the app icon in my manifest: android:icon="@drawable/app_icon" had corresponding files under /res/drawable-small, /res/drawable-normal, /res/drawable-large and /res/drawable-xlarge but not under /res/drawable. Looks like the automated process of Google Play only looks up /res/drawable. Copying the app icon into this directory did the trick for me.

Categories : Android



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