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Fixed #20464 -- Added a `total_error_count` method on formsets.

Thanks to frog32 for the report and to Tim Graham for the review.
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2  django/contrib/admin/templates/admin/change_list.html
@@ -64,7 +64,7 @@
{% endblock %}
{% if cl.formset.errors %}
<p class="errornote">
- {% if cl.formset.errors|length == 1 %}{% trans "Please correct the error below." %}{% else %}{% trans "Please correct the errors below." %}{% endif %}
+ {% if cl.formset.total_error_count == 1 %}{% trans "Please correct the error below." %}{% else %}{% trans "Please correct the errors below." %}{% endif %}
</p>
{{ cl.formset.non_form_errors }}
{% endif %}
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7 django/forms/formsets.py
@@ -263,6 +263,13 @@ def errors(self):
self.full_clean()
return self._errors
+ def total_error_count(self):
+ """
+ Returns the number of errors across all forms in the formset.
+ """
+ return len(self.non_form_errors()) +\
+ sum(len(form_errors) for form_errors in self.errors)
+
def _should_delete_form(self, form):
"""
Returns whether or not the form was marked for deletion.
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3  docs/releases/1.6.txt
@@ -315,6 +315,9 @@ Minor features
:class:`~django.contrib.admin.InlineModelAdmin` may be overridden to
customize the extra and maximum number of inline forms.
+* Formsets now have a
+ :meth:`~django.forms.formsets.BaseFormSet.total_error_count` method.
+
Backwards incompatible changes in 1.6
=====================================
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17 docs/topics/forms/formsets.txt
@@ -164,6 +164,23 @@ As we can see, ``formset.errors`` is a list whose entries correspond to the
forms in the formset. Validation was performed for each of the two forms, and
the expected error message appears for the second item.
+.. currentmodule:: django.forms.formsets.BaseFormSet
+
+.. method:: total_error_count(self)
+
+.. versionadded:: 1.6
+
+To check how many errors there are in the formset, we can use the
+``total_error_count`` method::
+
+ >>> # Using the previous example
+ >>> formset.errors
+ [{}, {'pub_date': [u'This field is required.']}]
+ >>> len(formset.errors)
+ 2
+ >>> formset.total_error_count()
+ 1
+
We can also check if form data differs from the initial data (i.e. the form was
sent without any data)::
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154 tests/forms_tests/tests/test_formsets.py
@@ -55,81 +55,82 @@ class SplitDateTimeForm(Form):
class FormsFormsetTestCase(TestCase):
+
+ def make_choiceformset(self, formset_data=None, formset_class=ChoiceFormSet,
+ total_forms=None, initial_forms=0, max_num_forms=0, **kwargs):
+ """
+ Make a ChoiceFormset from the given formset_data.
+ The data should be given as a list of (choice, votes) tuples.
+ """
+ kwargs.setdefault('prefix', 'choices')
+ kwargs.setdefault('auto_id', False)
+
+ if formset_data is None:
+ return formset_class(**kwargs)
+
+ if total_forms is None:
+ total_forms = len(formset_data)
+
+ def prefixed(*args):
+ args = (kwargs['prefix'],) + args
+ return '-'.join(args)
+
+ data = {
+ prefixed('TOTAL_FORMS'): str(total_forms),
+ prefixed('INITIAL_FORMS'): str(initial_forms),
+ prefixed('MAX_NUM_FORMS'): str(max_num_forms),
+ }
+ for i, (choice, votes) in enumerate(formset_data):
+ data[prefixed(str(i), 'choice')] = choice
+ data[prefixed(str(i), 'votes')] = votes
+
+ return formset_class(data, **kwargs)
+
def test_basic_formset(self):
# A FormSet constructor takes the same arguments as Form. Let's create a FormSet
# for adding data. By default, it displays 1 blank form. It can display more,
# but we'll look at how to do so later.
- formset = ChoiceFormSet(auto_id=False, prefix='choices')
+ formset = self.make_choiceformset()
+
self.assertHTMLEqual(str(formset), """<input type="hidden" name="choices-TOTAL_FORMS" value="1" /><input type="hidden" name="choices-INITIAL_FORMS" value="0" /><input type="hidden" name="choices-MAX_NUM_FORMS" value="1000" />
<tr><th>Choice:</th><td><input type="text" name="choices-0-choice" /></td></tr>
<tr><th>Votes:</th><td><input type="number" name="choices-0-votes" /></td></tr>""")
- # On thing to note is that there needs to be a special value in the data. This
- # value tells the FormSet how many forms were displayed so it can tell how
- # many forms it needs to clean and validate. You could use javascript to create
- # new forms on the client side, but they won't get validated unless you increment
- # the TOTAL_FORMS field appropriately.
-
- data = {
- 'choices-TOTAL_FORMS': '1', # the number of forms rendered
- 'choices-INITIAL_FORMS': '0', # the number of forms with initial data
- 'choices-MAX_NUM_FORMS': '0', # max number of forms
- 'choices-0-choice': 'Calexico',
- 'choices-0-votes': '100',
- }
# We treat FormSet pretty much like we would treat a normal Form. FormSet has an
# is_valid method, and a cleaned_data or errors attribute depending on whether all
# the forms passed validation. However, unlike a Form instance, cleaned_data and
# errors will be a list of dicts rather than just a single dict.
- formset = ChoiceFormSet(data, auto_id=False, prefix='choices')
+ formset = self.make_choiceformset([('Calexico', '100')])
self.assertTrue(formset.is_valid())
self.assertEqual([form.cleaned_data for form in formset.forms], [{'votes': 100, 'choice': 'Calexico'}])
# If a FormSet was not passed any data, its is_valid and has_changed
# methods should return False.
- formset = ChoiceFormSet()
+ formset = self.make_choiceformset()
self.assertFalse(formset.is_valid())
self.assertFalse(formset.has_changed())
def test_formset_validation(self):
# FormSet instances can also have an error attribute if validation failed for
# any of the forms.
-
- data = {
- 'choices-TOTAL_FORMS': '1', # the number of forms rendered
- 'choices-INITIAL_FORMS': '0', # the number of forms with initial data
- 'choices-MAX_NUM_FORMS': '0', # max number of forms
- 'choices-0-choice': 'Calexico',
- 'choices-0-votes': '',
- }
-
- formset = ChoiceFormSet(data, auto_id=False, prefix='choices')
+ formset = self.make_choiceformset([('Calexico', '')])
self.assertFalse(formset.is_valid())
self.assertEqual(formset.errors, [{'votes': ['This field is required.']}])
def test_formset_has_changed(self):
# FormSet instances has_changed method will be True if any data is
# passed to his forms, even if the formset didn't validate
- data = {
- 'choices-TOTAL_FORMS': '1', # the number of forms rendered
- 'choices-INITIAL_FORMS': '0', # the number of forms with initial data
- 'choices-MAX_NUM_FORMS': '0', # max number of forms
- 'choices-0-choice': '',
- 'choices-0-votes': '',
- }
- blank_formset = ChoiceFormSet(data, auto_id=False, prefix='choices')
+ blank_formset = self.make_choiceformset([('', '')])
self.assertFalse(blank_formset.has_changed())
# invalid formset test
- data['choices-0-choice'] = 'Calexico'
- invalid_formset = ChoiceFormSet(data, auto_id=False, prefix='choices')
+ invalid_formset = self.make_choiceformset([('Calexico', '')])
self.assertFalse(invalid_formset.is_valid())
self.assertTrue(invalid_formset.has_changed())
# valid formset test
- data['choices-0-votes'] = '100'
- valid_formset = ChoiceFormSet(data, auto_id=False, prefix='choices')
+ valid_formset = self.make_choiceformset([('Calexico', '100')])
self.assertTrue(valid_formset.is_valid())
self.assertTrue(valid_formset.has_changed())
@@ -139,7 +140,7 @@ def test_formset_initial_data(self):
# an extra blank form is included.
initial = [{'choice': 'Calexico', 'votes': 100}]
- formset = ChoiceFormSet(initial=initial, auto_id=False, prefix='choices')
+ formset = self.make_choiceformset(initial=initial)
form_output = []
for form in formset.forms:
@@ -151,18 +152,7 @@ def test_formset_initial_data(self):
<li>Votes: <input type="number" name="choices-1-votes" /></li>""")
# Let's simulate what would happen if we submitted this form.
-
- data = {
- 'choices-TOTAL_FORMS': '2', # the number of forms rendered
- 'choices-INITIAL_FORMS': '1', # the number of forms with initial data
- 'choices-MAX_NUM_FORMS': '0', # max number of forms
- 'choices-0-choice': 'Calexico',
- 'choices-0-votes': '100',
- 'choices-1-choice': '',
- 'choices-1-votes': '',
- }
-
- formset = ChoiceFormSet(data, auto_id=False, prefix='choices')
+ formset = self.make_choiceformset([('Calexico', '100'), ('', '')], initial_forms=1)
self.assertTrue(formset.is_valid())
self.assertEqual([form.cleaned_data for form in formset.forms], [{'votes': 100, 'choice': 'Calexico'}, {}])
@@ -172,18 +162,7 @@ def test_second_form_partially_filled(self):
# one of the fields of a blank form though, it will be validated. We may want to
# required that at least x number of forms are completed, but we'll show how to
# handle that later.
-
- data = {
- 'choices-TOTAL_FORMS': '2', # the number of forms rendered
- 'choices-INITIAL_FORMS': '1', # the number of forms with initial data
- 'choices-MAX_NUM_FORMS': '0', # max number of forms
- 'choices-0-choice': 'Calexico',
- 'choices-0-votes': '100',
- 'choices-1-choice': 'The Decemberists',
- 'choices-1-votes': '', # missing value
- }
-
- formset = ChoiceFormSet(data, auto_id=False, prefix='choices')
+ formset = self.make_choiceformset([('Calexico', '100'), ('The Decemberists', '')], initial_forms=1)
self.assertFalse(formset.is_valid())
self.assertEqual(formset.errors, [{}, {'votes': ['This field is required.']}])
@@ -191,18 +170,7 @@ def test_delete_prefilled_data(self):
# If we delete data that was pre-filled, we should get an error. Simply removing
# data from form fields isn't the proper way to delete it. We'll see how to
# handle that case later.
-
- data = {
- 'choices-TOTAL_FORMS': '2', # the number of forms rendered
- 'choices-INITIAL_FORMS': '1', # the number of forms with initial data
- 'choices-MAX_NUM_FORMS': '0', # max number of forms
- 'choices-0-choice': '', # deleted value
- 'choices-0-votes': '', # deleted value
- 'choices-1-choice': '',
- 'choices-1-votes': '',
- }
-
- formset = ChoiceFormSet(data, auto_id=False, prefix='choices')
+ formset = self.make_choiceformset([('', ''), ('', '')], initial_forms=1)
self.assertFalse(formset.is_valid())
self.assertEqual(formset.errors, [{'votes': ['This field is required.'], 'choice': ['This field is required.']}, {}])
@@ -1027,6 +995,40 @@ class CheckForm(Form):
self.assertTrue(formset.is_valid())
+ def test_formset_total_error_count(self):
+ """A valid formset should have 0 total errors."""
+ data = [ # formset_data, expected error count
+ ([('Calexico', '100')], 0),
+ ([('Calexico', '')], 1),
+ ([('', 'invalid')], 2),
+ ([('Calexico', '100'), ('Calexico', '')], 1),
+ ([('Calexico', ''), ('Calexico', '')], 2),
+ ]
+
+ for formset_data, expected_error_count in data:
+ formset = self.make_choiceformset(formset_data)
+ self.assertEqual(formset.total_error_count(), expected_error_count)
+
+ def test_formset_total_error_count_with_non_form_errors(self):
+ data = {
+ 'choices-TOTAL_FORMS': '2', # the number of forms rendered
+ 'choices-INITIAL_FORMS': '0', # the number of forms with initial data
+ 'choices-MAX_NUM_FORMS': '2', # max number of forms - should be ignored
+ 'choices-0-choice': 'Zero',
+ 'choices-0-votes': '0',
+ 'choices-1-choice': 'One',
+ 'choices-1-votes': '1',
+ }
+
+ ChoiceFormSet = formset_factory(Choice, extra=1, max_num=1, validate_max=True)
+ formset = ChoiceFormSet(data, auto_id=False, prefix='choices')
+ self.assertEqual(formset.total_error_count(), 1)
+
+ data['choices-1-votes'] = ''
+ formset = ChoiceFormSet(data, auto_id=False, prefix='choices')
+ self.assertEqual(formset.total_error_count(), 2)
+
+
data = {
'choices-TOTAL_FORMS': '1', # the number of forms rendered
'choices-INITIAL_FORMS': '0', # the number of forms with initial data
@@ -1087,7 +1089,7 @@ def test_with_management_data_attrs_work_fine(self):
self.assertEqual([{}], formset.cleaned_data)
- def test_form_errors_are_cought_by_formset(self):
+ def test_form_errors_are_caught_by_formset(self):
data = {
'form-TOTAL_FORMS': '2',
'form-INITIAL_FORMS': '0',
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