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newforms-admin: Fixed #5733. Added formset_for_queryset. This is back…

…wards incompatble for anyone using formset_for_model or BaseModelFormSet.

git-svn-id: http://code.djangoproject.com/svn/django/branches/newforms-admin@6655 bcc190cf-cafb-0310-a4f2-bffc1f526a37
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112 django/newforms/models.py
@@ -15,8 +15,8 @@
__all__ = (
'save_instance', 'form_for_model', 'form_for_instance', 'form_for_fields',
- 'ModelChoiceField', 'ModelMultipleChoiceField', 'formset_for_model',
- 'inline_formset'
+ 'formset_for_model', 'formset_for_queryset', 'inline_formset',
+ 'ModelChoiceField', 'ModelMultipleChoiceField',
)
def save_instance(form, instance, fields=None, fail_message='saved', commit=True):
@@ -237,17 +237,20 @@ def initial_data(instance, fields=None):
class BaseModelFormSet(BaseFormSet):
"""
- A ``FormSet`` attatched to a particular model or sequence of model instances.
+ A ``FormSet`` for editing a queryset and/or adding new objects to it.
"""
model = None
+ queryset = None
- def __init__(self, data=None, files=None, auto_id='id_%s', prefix=None, instances=None):
- self.instances = instances
+ def __init__(self, data=None, files=None, auto_id='id_%s', prefix=None):
kwargs = {'data': data, 'files': files, 'auto_id': auto_id, 'prefix': prefix}
- if instances:
- kwargs['initial'] = [initial_data(instance) for instance in instances]
+ if self.queryset:
+ kwargs['initial'] = [initial_data(obj) for obj in self.get_queryset()]
super(BaseModelFormSet, self).__init__(**kwargs)
+ def get_queryset(self):
+ return self.queryset._clone()
+
def save_new(self, form, commit=True):
"""Saves and returns a new model instance for the given form."""
return save_instance(form, self.model(), commit=commit)
@@ -260,25 +263,36 @@ def save(self, commit=True):
"""Saves model instances for every form, adding and changing instances
as necessary, and returns the list of instances.
"""
+ return self.save_existing_objects(commit) + self.save_new_objects(commit)
+
+ def save_existing_objects(self, commit=True):
+ if not self.queryset:
+ return []
+ # Put the objects from self.get_queryset into a dict so they are easy to lookup by pk
+ existing_objects = {}
+ for obj in self.get_queryset():
+ existing_objects[obj._get_pk_val()] = obj
saved_instances = []
- # put self.instances into a dict so they are easy to lookup by pk
- instances = {}
- for instance in self.instances:
- instances[instance._get_pk_val()] = instance
- if self.instances:
- # update/save existing instances
- for form in self.change_forms:
- instance = instances[form.cleaned_data[self.model._meta.pk.attname]]
- if self.deletable and form.cleaned_data[DELETION_FIELD_NAME]:
- instance.delete()
- else:
- saved_instances.append(self.save_instance(form, instance, commit=commit))
- # create/save new instances
+ for form in self.change_forms:
+ obj = existing_objects[form.cleaned_data[self.model._meta.pk.attname]]
+ if self.deletable and form.cleaned_data[DELETION_FIELD_NAME]:
+ obj.delete()
+ else:
+ saved_instances.append(self.save_instance(form, obj, commit=commit))
+ return saved_instances
+
+ def save_new_objects(self, commit=True):
+ new_objects = []
for form in self.add_forms:
if form.is_empty():
continue
- saved_instances.append(self.save_new(form, commit=commit))
- return saved_instances
+ # If someone has marked an add form for deletion, don't save the
+ # object. At some point it would be nice if we didn't display
+ # the deletion widget for add forms.
+ if self.deletable and form.cleaned_data[DELETION_FIELD_NAME]:
+ continue
+ new_objects.append(self.save_new(form, commit=commit))
+ return new_objects
def add_fields(self, form, index):
"""Add a hidden field for the object's primary key."""
@@ -286,25 +300,61 @@ def add_fields(self, form, index):
form.fields[self._pk_field_name] = IntegerField(required=False, widget=HiddenInput)
super(BaseModelFormSet, self).add_fields(form, index)
-def formset_for_model(model, form=BaseForm, formfield_callback=lambda f: f.formfield(), formset=BaseModelFormSet, extra=1, orderable=False, deletable=False, fields=None):
- form = form_for_model(model, form=form, fields=fields, formfield_callback=formfield_callback)
+def formset_for_queryset(queryset, form=BaseForm, formfield_callback=lambda f: f.formfield(),
+ formset=BaseModelFormSet, extra=1, orderable=False, deletable=False, fields=None):
+ """
+ Returns a FormSet class for the given QuerySet. This FormSet will contain
+ change forms for every instance in the QuerySet as well as the number of
+ add forms specified by ``extra``.
+
+ Provide ``extra`` to determine the number of add forms to display.
+
+ Provide ``deletable`` if you want to allow the formset to delete any
+ objects in the given queryset.
+
+ Provide ``form`` if you want to use a custom BaseForm subclass.
+
+ Provide ``formfield_callback`` if you want to define different logic for
+ determining the formfield for a given database field. It's a callable that
+ takes a database Field instance and returns a form Field instance.
+
+ Provide ``formset`` if you want to use a custom BaseModelFormSet subclass.
+ """
+ form = form_for_model(queryset.model, form=form, fields=fields, formfield_callback=formfield_callback)
FormSet = formset_for_form(form, formset, extra, orderable, deletable)
- FormSet.model = model
+ FormSet.model = queryset.model
+ FormSet.queryset = queryset
return FormSet
+def formset_for_model(model, form=BaseForm, formfield_callback=lambda f: f.formfield(),
+ formset=BaseModelFormSet, extra=1, orderable=False, deletable=False, fields=None):
+ """
+ Returns a FormSet class for the given Django model class. This FormSet
+ will contain change forms for every instance of the given model as well
+ as the number of add forms specified by ``extra``.
+
+ This is essentially the same as ``formset_for_queryset``, but automatically
+ uses the model's default manager to determine the queryset.
+ """
+ qs = model._default_manager.all()
+ return formset_for_queryset(qs, form, formfield_callback, formset, extra, orderable, deletable, fields)
+
class InlineFormset(BaseModelFormSet):
"""A formset for child objects related to a parent."""
- def __init__(self, instance=None, data=None, files=None):
+ def __init__(self, instance, data=None, files=None):
from django.db.models.fields.related import RelatedObject
self.instance = instance
# is there a better way to get the object descriptor?
self.rel_name = RelatedObject(self.fk.rel.to, self.model, self.fk).get_accessor_name()
- super(InlineFormset, self).__init__(data, files, instances=self.get_inline_objects(), prefix=self.rel_name)
+ super(InlineFormset, self).__init__(data, files, prefix=self.rel_name)
- def get_inline_objects(self):
- if self.instance is None:
- return []
- return getattr(self.instance, self.rel_name).all()
+ def get_queryset(self):
+ """
+ Returns this FormSet's queryset, but restricted to children of
+ self.instance
+ """
+ kwargs = {self.fk.name: self.instance}
+ return self.queryset.filter(**kwargs)
def save_new(self, form, commit=True):
kwargs = {self.fk.get_attname(): self.instance._get_pk_val()}
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204 tests/modeltests/model_formsets/models.py
@@ -0,0 +1,204 @@
+from django.db import models
+
+class Author(models.Model):
+ name = models.CharField(max_length=100)
+
+ def __unicode__(self):
+ return self.name
+
+class Book(models.Model):
+ author = models.ForeignKey(Author)
+ title = models.CharField(max_length=100)
+
+ def __unicode__(self):
+ return self.title
+
+
+__test__ = {'API_TESTS': """
+
+>>> from django.newforms.models import formset_for_queryset, formset_for_model
+
+>>> qs = Author.objects.all()
+>>> AuthorFormSet = formset_for_model(Author, extra=3)
+
+>>> formset = AuthorFormSet()
+>>> for form in formset.forms:
+... print form.as_p()
+<p><label for="id_form-0-name">Name:</label> <input id="id_form-0-name" type="text" name="form-0-name" maxlength="100" /><input type="hidden" name="form-0-id" id="id_form-0-id" /></p>
+<p><label for="id_form-1-name">Name:</label> <input id="id_form-1-name" type="text" name="form-1-name" maxlength="100" /><input type="hidden" name="form-1-id" id="id_form-1-id" /></p>
+<p><label for="id_form-2-name">Name:</label> <input id="id_form-2-name" type="text" name="form-2-name" maxlength="100" /><input type="hidden" name="form-2-id" id="id_form-2-id" /></p>
+
+>>> data = {
+... 'form-COUNT': '3',
+... 'form-0-name': 'Charles Baudelaire',
+... 'form-1-name': 'Arthur Rimbaud',
+... 'form-2-name': '',
+... }
+
+>>> formset = AuthorFormSet(data=data)
+>>> formset.is_valid()
+True
+
+>>> formset.save()
+[<Author: Charles Baudelaire>, <Author: Arthur Rimbaud>]
+
+>>> for author in Author.objects.order_by('name'):
+... print author.name
+Arthur Rimbaud
+Charles Baudelaire
+
+
+Gah! We forgot Paul Verlaine. Let's create a formset to edit the existing
+authors with an extra form to add him. This time we'll use formset_for_queryset.
+We *could* use formset_for_queryset to restrict the Author objects we edit,
+but in that case we'll use it to display them in alphabetical order by name.
+
+>>> qs = Author.objects.order_by('name')
+>>> AuthorFormSet = formset_for_queryset(qs, extra=1, deletable=False)
+
+>>> formset = AuthorFormSet()
+>>> for form in formset.forms:
+... print form.as_p()
+<p><label for="id_form-0-name">Name:</label> <input id="id_form-0-name" type="text" name="form-0-name" value="Arthur Rimbaud" maxlength="100" /><input type="hidden" name="form-0-id" value="2" id="id_form-0-id" /></p>
+<p><label for="id_form-1-name">Name:</label> <input id="id_form-1-name" type="text" name="form-1-name" value="Charles Baudelaire" maxlength="100" /><input type="hidden" name="form-1-id" value="1" id="id_form-1-id" /></p>
+<p><label for="id_form-2-name">Name:</label> <input id="id_form-2-name" type="text" name="form-2-name" maxlength="100" /><input type="hidden" name="form-2-id" id="id_form-2-id" /></p>
+
+
+>>> data = {
+... 'form-COUNT': '3',
+... 'form-0-id': '2',
+... 'form-0-name': 'Arthur Rimbaud',
+... 'form-1-id': '1',
+... 'form-1-name': 'Charles Baudelaire',
+... 'form-2-name': 'Paul Verlaine',
+... }
+
+>>> formset = AuthorFormSet(data=data)
+>>> formset.is_valid()
+True
+
+>>> formset.save()
+[<Author: Arthur Rimbaud>, <Author: Charles Baudelaire>, <Author: Paul Verlaine>]
+
+>>> for author in Author.objects.order_by('name'):
+... print author.name
+Arthur Rimbaud
+Charles Baudelaire
+Paul Verlaine
+
+
+This probably shouldn't happen, but it will. If an add form was marked for
+deltetion, make sure we don't save that form.
+
+>>> qs = Author.objects.order_by('name')
+>>> AuthorFormSet = formset_for_queryset(qs, extra=1, deletable=True)
+
+>>> formset = AuthorFormSet()
+>>> for form in formset.forms:
+... print form.as_p()
+<p><label for="id_form-0-name">Name:</label> <input id="id_form-0-name" type="text" name="form-0-name" value="Arthur Rimbaud" maxlength="100" /></p>
+<p><label for="id_form-0-DELETE">Delete:</label> <input type="checkbox" name="form-0-DELETE" id="id_form-0-DELETE" /><input type="hidden" name="form-0-id" value="2" id="id_form-0-id" /></p>
+<p><label for="id_form-1-name">Name:</label> <input id="id_form-1-name" type="text" name="form-1-name" value="Charles Baudelaire" maxlength="100" /></p>
+<p><label for="id_form-1-DELETE">Delete:</label> <input type="checkbox" name="form-1-DELETE" id="id_form-1-DELETE" /><input type="hidden" name="form-1-id" value="1" id="id_form-1-id" /></p>
+<p><label for="id_form-2-name">Name:</label> <input id="id_form-2-name" type="text" name="form-2-name" value="Paul Verlaine" maxlength="100" /></p>
+<p><label for="id_form-2-DELETE">Delete:</label> <input type="checkbox" name="form-2-DELETE" id="id_form-2-DELETE" /><input type="hidden" name="form-2-id" value="3" id="id_form-2-id" /></p>
+<p><label for="id_form-3-name">Name:</label> <input id="id_form-3-name" type="text" name="form-3-name" maxlength="100" /></p>
+<p><label for="id_form-3-DELETE">Delete:</label> <input type="checkbox" name="form-3-DELETE" id="id_form-3-DELETE" /><input type="hidden" name="form-3-id" id="id_form-3-id" /></p>
+
+>>> data = {
+... 'form-COUNT': '4',
+... 'form-0-id': '2',
+... 'form-0-name': 'Arthur Rimbaud',
+... 'form-1-id': '1',
+... 'form-1-name': 'Charles Baudelaire',
+... 'form-2-id': '3',
+... 'form-2-name': 'Paul Verlaine',
+... 'form-3-name': 'Walt Whitman',
+... 'form-3-DELETE': 'on',
+... }
+
+>>> formset = AuthorFormSet(data=data)
+>>> formset.is_valid()
+True
+
+>>> formset.save()
+[<Author: Arthur Rimbaud>, <Author: Charles Baudelaire>, <Author: Paul Verlaine>]
+
+>>> for author in Author.objects.order_by('name'):
+... print author.name
+Arthur Rimbaud
+Charles Baudelaire
+Paul Verlaine
+
+
+We can also create a formset that is tied to a parent model. This is how the
+admin system's edit inline functionality works.
+
+>>> from django.newforms.models import inline_formset
+
+>>> AuthorBooksFormSet = inline_formset(Author, Book, deletable=False, extra=3)
+>>> author = Author.objects.get(name='Charles Baudelaire')
+
+>>> formset = AuthorBooksFormSet(author)
+>>> for form in formset.forms:
+... print form.as_p()
+<p><label for="id_book_set-0-title">Title:</label> <input id="id_book_set-0-title" type="text" name="book_set-0-title" maxlength="100" /><input type="hidden" name="book_set-0-id" id="id_book_set-0-id" /></p>
+<p><label for="id_book_set-1-title">Title:</label> <input id="id_book_set-1-title" type="text" name="book_set-1-title" maxlength="100" /><input type="hidden" name="book_set-1-id" id="id_book_set-1-id" /></p>
+<p><label for="id_book_set-2-title">Title:</label> <input id="id_book_set-2-title" type="text" name="book_set-2-title" maxlength="100" /><input type="hidden" name="book_set-2-id" id="id_book_set-2-id" /></p>
+
+>>> data = {
+... 'book_set-COUNT': '3',
+... 'book_set-0-title': 'Les Fleurs du Mal',
+... 'book_set-1-title': '',
+... 'book_set-2-title': '',
+... }
+
+>>> formset = AuthorBooksFormSet(author, data=data)
+>>> formset.is_valid()
+True
+
+>>> formset.save()
+[<Book: Les Fleurs du Mal>]
+
+>>> for book in author.book_set.all():
+... print book.title
+Les Fleurs du Mal
+
+
+Now that we've added a book to Charles Baudelaire, let's try adding another
+one. This time though, an edit form will be available for every existing
+book.
+
+>>> AuthorBooksFormSet = inline_formset(Author, Book, deletable=False, extra=2)
+>>> author = Author.objects.get(name='Charles Baudelaire')
+
+>>> formset = AuthorBooksFormSet(author)
+>>> for form in formset.forms:
+... print form.as_p()
+<p><label for="id_book_set-0-title">Title:</label> <input id="id_book_set-0-title" type="text" name="book_set-0-title" value="Les Fleurs du Mal" maxlength="100" /><input type="hidden" name="book_set-0-id" value="1" id="id_book_set-0-id" /></p>
+<p><label for="id_book_set-1-title">Title:</label> <input id="id_book_set-1-title" type="text" name="book_set-1-title" maxlength="100" /><input type="hidden" name="book_set-1-id" id="id_book_set-1-id" /></p>
+<p><label for="id_book_set-2-title">Title:</label> <input id="id_book_set-2-title" type="text" name="book_set-2-title" maxlength="100" /><input type="hidden" name="book_set-2-id" id="id_book_set-2-id" /></p>
+
+>>> data = {
+... 'book_set-COUNT': '3',
+... 'book_set-0-id': '1',
+... 'book_set-0-title': 'Les Fleurs du Mal',
+... 'book_set-1-title': 'Le Spleen de Paris',
+... 'book_set-2-title': '',
+... }
+
+>>> formset = AuthorBooksFormSet(author, data=data)
+>>> formset.is_valid()
+True
+
+>>> formset.save()
+[<Book: Les Fleurs du Mal>, <Book: Le Spleen de Paris>]
+
+As you can see, 'Le Spleen de Paris' is now a book belonging to Charles Baudelaire.
+
+>>> for book in author.book_set.order_by('title'):
+... print book.title
+Le Spleen de Paris
+Les Fleurs du Mal
+
+"""}
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