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APIManager.create_api should accept SQLAlchemy column objects #350

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Xion opened this Issue Aug 21, 2014 · 1 comment

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Xion commented Aug 21, 2014

Consider the following, intuitive usage:

manager.create_api(Person, exclude_columns=[Person.email])

Right now, this is incorrect, because exclude_columns (and include_columns) expects a list of strings. Detecting Columns and column attributes of ORM models shouldn't be too hard. I can shoot a PR if this is something you deem worth adding.

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jfinkels commented Aug 21, 2014

Would be nice, but it might be harder than it seems. Would you allow both Column objects and strings? How about columns on related models?

I would definitely review a pull request for this if one were created.

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Merge pull request #352 from Xion/master
Fix #350: APIManager.create_api now accepts SQLAlchemy column objects
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