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Symfony 1.4 don't load sfFormExtraPlugin on production server
What is the actual issue ? symfony Modules or JS files not loaded ? Maybe you forgot to publish the plugin assets ? Have you tried php symfony plugin:publish-assets

Categories : PHP

Django Path Issues - failing to import module on admin screen load
Assuming the .bash_profile you posted is from your home directory, and you're running apache in the usual way, i.e. as a daemon process started by user root and forking children as user www-data or apache or somesuch, then the PYTHONPATH won't apply to the apache process, so you'll have to configure it separately. If you're using mod_wsgi, then you can add the following apache directive to your webserver config... WSGIPythonPath $HOME/virtual/lib/python2.7/site-packages:$HOME/website/project ...ensuring you substitute $HOME for the full, absolute pathname to your home directory, since it won't be the same for the apache user. Update According to the guide, you should have created a file ~/public_html/dispatch.fcgi, containing something like... #!/usr/local/bin/python2.6 import sy

Categories : Python

my django admin page don't have the css when viewed over the apache server
Tell Django where to find the static files (if you have not already). First, make sure you have STATIC_ROOT and STATIC_URL set correctly in `settings.py', and then on your live server simply run the following command. python manage.py collectstatic This will collect all static files necessary for the admin to render correctly. When running the development server (runserver) static files are automatically found using STATICFILES_FINDERS, but in production this is not the case, in-fact STATICFILES_FINDERS does somethine else in production, it finds and collects the files after `running python manage.py collectstatic ' they are then served in your case by Apache.

Categories : HTML

Dynamically load stylesheets
You can add/remove/edit link tags in your head area with java script to add/remove stylesheet files. Code example: Add a stylesheet to the head: var newstyle = document.createElement("link"); // Create a new link Tag // Set some attributes: newstyle.setAttribute("rel", "stylesheet"); newstyle.setAttribute("type", "text/css"); newstyle.setAttribute("href", "filename.css"); // Your .css File document.getElementsByTagName("head")[0].appendChild(newstyle); To remove or edit a stylesheet you can give every stylesheet an id attribute and access it with this: document.getElementById('styleid') Or you can loop through all link tags in the head area and find the correct one but I suggest the solution with the ID ;) Now you can change the href attribute: document.getElementById('styleid').

Categories : HTML

How to find which admin logged in django admin site?
Using formfield for choice field One can do this def formfield_for_choice_field(self, db_field, request, **kwargs): if db_field.name == "user_type": kwargs['choices'] = ( (1, 'ADMIN'), (0, 'USER'), ) if request.user.is_superuser: kwargs['choices'] += ((2, 'SUPER ADMIN'),) return super(UserProfileAdmin, self).formfield_for_choice_field(db_field, request, **kwargs)

Categories : Django

Rails Active Admin Coffescript not compiling in production
Running bundle exec rake assets:precompile should place your assets in public/assets/ directory. Change config.serve_static_assets to true in your config/environments/production.rb: config.serve_static_assets = true Then restart your rails server. Update: Change config.assets.compile to true in config/environments/production.rb to let Sprockets handle the assets in pipeline. See "Live Compilation".

Categories : Ruby On Rails

How can I order the native django users in the django admin page based on creation time?
Shouldn't it just be: ordering = ['-date_joined'] You can order by any field the model gives you. Since you didn't specify the UserModel you are using, I guess you are talking about the BaseUser? If so, you can order by: first_name last_name id email date_joined username [is_staff] # bool [is_active] # bool

Categories : Python

Intelligently enabling django.jQery everywhere in Django admin site
You can redefine admin base template to look like this: ... some lines before... <script type="text/javascript">window.__admin_media_prefix__ = "{% filter escapejs %}{% static "admin/" %}{% endfilter %}";</script> {% block extrahead %}{% endblock %} <INCLUDE YOUR JQUERY HERE> {% block blockbots %}<meta name="robots" content="NONE,NOARCHIVE" />{% endblock %} ... all other lines ... In this case, you include the jquery you want and, as it is included always after the default admin scripts, admin site is going to be using the jquery you included... Hope it helps!

Categories : Python

Django - admin.py for multiple apps in a single django project
@i.h4d35 I think DivinusVox is right. Try to add your new app in INSTALLED_APPS in the settings.py and it should be solved. Please check admin info from Django official website.

Categories : Python

Django : Storing user steps with django admin form
Django form wizard is what you want. You can use SessionWizardView for more easily display the wizard when user comes back again.

Categories : Python

django make available few of the django admin forms to the users at a different url
When you create a User, you can give different access to any part of your app in the user permission tab. This mechanism should do what you want. If you want to go further and play with the display of your app while keeping something similar to the django admin, you can use the templates of django admin in a view in order to give access to only a part of your model and add more design and custom functions. In this case, I'll suggest you to make a copy of the templates located in djangocontribadmin emplatesadmin and then you can modifiy them as you want.

Categories : Django

django admin django.contrib.staticfiles
The Django Book is a little out of date (although an update is in the works I believe): This book was originally published by Apress in 2009, and covered Django 1.0. Since then, it’s languished. We’re working on getting the book updated to cover Django 1.4, 1.5, and beyond Static files are all the CSS/JS & images that your site (and the django admin) uses. They need to be collected and placed somewhere that your server (or development server) can serve them. This is the job of django.contib.staticfiles. You can read more about this in the 'Managing Static Files' documentation Websites generally need to serve additional files such as images, JavaScript, or CSS. In Django, we refer to these files as “static files”. Django provides django.contrib.staticfiles to help yo

Categories : Django

ApiController accept the json in POST on the localhost testing server, but not on the production server. Why?
Try changing the code to this instead to see why you are getting a bad request, return Request.CreateResponse(HttpStatusCode.BadRequest, ModelState); You should always include ModelState in your response if you are returning a 400 due to invalid ModelState. That way the clients would have information on what is wrong with their request. Also, if possible, just for debugging, enable IncludeExceptionDetails always by doing this on your configuration. That way you can get more details in your 400 error response. config.IncludeErrorDetailPolicy = IncludeErrorDetailPolicy.Always; Remember that you should IncludeExceptionDetails always only for debugging on production servers. Otherwise, you would be leaking security sensitive information to everyone who can access your service which is b

Categories : Asp Net Web Api

Different formatting of HAML to HTML on rails production server compared to development server
This is normal behaviour take a look at the FAQ: http://haml.info/docs/yardoc/file.FAQ.html#q-indentation-in-production

Categories : Ruby On Rails

PDOStatement->execute 14 times slower on production server than on development server
I finally figured it out today! The problem was that the temporary tables were not created in memory on the production server. I don't know why since the config files clearly states it should but I solved the problem by adding ENGINE = MEMORY to all CREATE TEMPORARY TABLE calls. E.g.: CREATE TEMPORARY TABLE group_members (id INT PRIMARY KEY) ENGINE = MEMORY

Categories : PHP

How to use the same settings.py for staging and production. Django
I recommend using environment variables instead of if/elif chains and/or includes. The main reasons are: config varies substantially across deploys, code does not - hence you should aim to strict separation of config from code. environment specific information pertains to the environment - env vars are easy to change between deploys without changing any code. avoids checking sensitive information like passwords into source control by accident. For example: DATABASES = { 'default': { 'ENGINE': os.environ.get('DB_NAME', 'django.db.backends.sqlite3'), 'NAME': os.environ.get('DB_NAME', 'some_default'), 'USER': os.environ.get('DB_USER', ''), 'PASSWORD': os.environ.get('DB_PASS', ''), 'HOST': os.environ.get('DB_HOST', ''), 'PORT': '',

Categories : Python

Django logging not working in production
I managed to solve the problem by putting this line of code to apache configuration file: WSGIApplicationGroup %{GLOBAL} Explanation could be found here: https://code.google.com/p/modwsgi/wiki/ApplicationIssues#Python_Simplified_GIL_State_API

Categories : Django

Cant get Custom widget to work by replacing django's default date time widget in django admin
For a jQuery widget you'll need to include the jQuery.js (or whatever name you have) core library file in your html header. The TypeError: $ is undefined ... makes it seem as if you might have forgotten to do that. The TimeZoneDate widget is claiming the widget is called id="date_time_tz" but the js is attempting to work with something called $('#date-time-tz') I'd suggest changing one or the other so that they match! Maybe in the widget; id="date-time-tz"

Categories : Python

Passenger can't load Sinatra app in production?
There may be multiple reasons why this happens. "Debugging application startup problems" from the Phusion Passenger wiki explains how you can debug startup timeout problems.

Categories : Ruby

Django Slow on Production, fast in test
It should be slow only for the first time on production server but for the following access to the pages the behavior should be different if django memcached for example. install django-memcached on production server settings.py: CACHE_BACKEND ="memcached://127.0.0.1:11211/" # change the IP to the server IP CACHE_TIMEOUT =60*60 #to keep items in the cache it's up to you # if you wish to cache some data which are permanently in high demand views.py : from django.core.cache import cache from project.settings import CACHE_TIMEOUT # example of how to use the cache in the methods def method(request): model_cache_key = request.path c = cache.get(model_cache_key) if not c: c=get_object_or_404(model,id=self.id) cache.set(model_cache_key,c,CACHE_TIMEOUT) #END OF USE C

Categories : Django

Page Load only partially fires in production
Sounds like an older DLL version is in production. Make sure to compile completely (full build). Hit Ctrl + Shift + B from Visual Studio, and upload again. While doing so, pay attention if the bin folder's files are the same size.

Categories : Asp Net

Why won't js assets combine / load with PyroCMS in production?
You have to do has follow to render the JS assets : {{ asset:js file="theme::custom.js" group="default" }} {{ asset:js file="theme::app.js" group="default" }} {{ asset:render group="default" }} {{ asset:render group="modules" }} I think asset:render_js don't actually works

Categories : Misc

Is Django and Active Python 2.x for production environments on Windows 2008 R2 with IIS 7.5?
I used http://django-windows-tools.readthedocs.org/en/latest/ to successfully accomplish this. Note that Running Python & Django on IIS is a reasonably similar question here on stackoverflow.

Categories : Python

Django compressor fails to compress coffeeScript files in production
It was a not so easy to find coffeeScript problem. In my machine I was using coffeescript v1.4.X and heroku was using v1.6.3. I had a for own in array that v.1.4 allowed(it shouldn't) but v1.6.3 didn't(actually it didn't show the right error but a different one which is a bug shown here). Anyway I solved the problem fixing the coffee file but I still think its a compressor error not to fail in production ignoring errors without giving any clue of what happened.

Categories : Django

How to fix Django admin look?
Admin's static files are missing. When you run Django with DEBUG = True it will serve static files automatically. In production you should make your webserver serve them (since they are static and serving them dynamically with Django is a waste of resources). I'd suggest checking this HOWTO. Long story short: Set STATIC_URL to whatever you like (default /static/ is fine). Set STATIC_ROOT to a directory, files from which will be served by your webserver at STATIC_URL. (That is, when browser requests yourdomain.com/static/foo the webserver should go to STATIC_ROOT and take foo from there) Execute ./manage.py collectstatic each time your static files are changed. It will collect all the files from your installed apps (INSTALLED_APPS) and copy them to STATIC_ROOT. In case of Django admin,

Categories : Python

Django Admin foreign key
You can define a function in the model inside class Package. Since you need to know the status you can find status of the recent follow ups using def get_status_name(self): a = self.followup_set.latest('follow_up_date') return a.status.status_name

Categories : Django

App read only in Django admin when it should not
For anyone having the same issue. It appears that the lack of a separate admin.py file causes this issue. An admin.py file isn't mandatory according to the documentation but it somehow causes this problem.

Categories : Python

Django admin login for particular url
Redirect to the admin login form if user is not superuser: def add_movie(request, *args, **kwargs): if not (request.user.is_authenticated() and request.user.is_superuser): return HttpResponseRedirect(settings.LOGIN_URL+'?next=/admin/movies/add/') do_your_stuff(...) If it is an API, you may want to raise PermissionDenied instead.

Categories : Django

Cannot login to Django admin
I suggest you to clear your localhost cookies and try with another browser. I've issues with chrome v28 that I don't have in firefox v22. Let me know if it helps. Regards. -- EDIT -- Try to put this line in your settings.py. It solved for me. SESSION_COOKIE_DOMAIN = None

Categories : Django

Django Admin Inlines
I have no idea why you do this but you can check it this way: from your_app.models import SomeModel class MyParentModelAdmin(admin.ModelAdmin): def save_formset(self, request, form, formset, change): if formset.model == SomeModel: pass

Categories : Django

Django Admin Using Button
It looks like you simply want to provide a link in your admin change list to go to a view that will carry out an action on the row - you don't need a form to do this as you are simply doing a GET anyway with a link: def method2(self): return '<a href="path/to/action/%s?param1=%s" target="_blank">Do Something</a>' % (self.id, label) The reason you are having problems is that you can't nest a form within a form (the entire change list in the django admin is already a form)

Categories : Django

Django admin filter
Can you post some of your code? I'm not entirely sure I understood the relationship between the instances to your email - is it an email field? a ForeighKey to a different model? how is there more than one if it's not a ManyToMany or similar relationship? And how is the filtering done in the admin? EDIT Ok now I understand the problem. What you want is not possible. See for the django admin site the fact that they are the same email doesn't matter because it's still a different object. There's no way around that without either specifying that field to be unique or messing with the admin site code. A better solution would be to configure the email as searchable in the admin model and then when you search for email example@example.com it would bring all matches back. Another good solutio

Categories : Django

Django ManyToMany in admin
Short answer: don't use the admin site. long answer: The admin site is great. It's powerful and neat and easy to configure in a few minutes. But that's about it. And that's fine, because it's not meant to be used for highly costumized projects. Yes, there are some built in ways to create costum forms for the admin site to use instead of the default, or show it in different ways, but it's still not that flexible The way I see it, you have two options: Copy the admin site files to your project, learn how it works and costumize it to your needs Don't use the admin site, build your own views. Now you might seem to like the first idea, but in my experience the second one is always easier. As tempting as it is to use the admin site, it's not that complicated to built something like that y

Categories : Django

Copy data from local production SQL Server database to remote read only SQL Server database
I think the logshipping solution fits your needs. After a one-time setup proces, the logs would be continually shipped from the local db to the remote db. Keeping the remote perfectly in sync with the local one, providing you with the readonly copy. Logshipping is available in all editions, besides Express. There would be no need for a continuous restore process. You can find more information here.

Categories : Sql Server

serving static files with nginx on diffent machine and gunicorn on a diffrent one for a django production
Please can any one advice me the right way to do this in a production environment. Use a network attached storage (NAS) device that is mounted on both machines. This is how you would do it the right way in production. You could do all sorts of other workarounds - like rsync, nfs, etc. however the most reliable way to have this working is with a proper NAS.

Categories : Django

Change field name in django admin
Look at Field.label. See this: https://docs.djangoproject.com/en/dev/ref/forms/fields/#label Basically, it's class MyForm(forms.Form): name = forms.CharField(label='My Name') But that requires extending the admin, which may be more than you want to do.

Categories : Database

Heroku Django-Admin 500 Error?
You can add free getsentry addon and receive exception traceback remaining in DEBUG=False in production. You can also setup plain email notification on errors as admin email. Without any information about error details it will be hard to give you advice.

Categories : Django

How to add readonly inline on django admin
After a while of trying to find the name I figured out thanks to this answer, so I checked the names at self.opts.local_fields and found the name of the middle table and added it to a readonly field: class SummaryInline(admin.TabularInline): model = ParserError.summaries.through readonly_fields = ('myclasssummary',) pretty simple but took me a while so I figured out it was a good idea to add it here.

Categories : Python

Django Filtering Admin Dropdowns
You need to provide a custom form to the admin, telling it to only show a certain queryset for the Model B field: from django import forms from django.contrib import admin from myapp.models import Person class ModelAForm(forms.ModelForm): model_b = ModelChoiceField( queryset=ModelB.objects.exclude(model_a__isnull=False)) class Meta: model = ModelA class ModelAAdmin(admin.ModelAdmin): form = ModelAForm

Categories : Django

Unicode error in django admin
Change your code like this : class Owner(models.Model): id = models.AutoField(primary_key=True) name = models.CharField(max_length=50) def __unicode__(self): return self.name See this link : django unicode error on admin page

Categories : Python



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