Tuesday, June 16, 2020¶
I continued to work on #3683 (Cannot query “Eleonora …”: Must be “Client” instance.)
Remember what we had in Wednesday, June 10, 2020:
>>> import lino >>> lino.startup('lino_book.projects.avanti1.settings') >>> from lino.api.doctest import * >>> u = rt.login('robin').get_user() >>> qs = rt.models.uploads.Upload.objects.all() >>> qs = qs.filter(project__coachings_by_client__user=u) Traceback (most recent call last): ... ValueError: Cannot query "Robin Rood": Must be "Client" instance.
In our doctest the problem does not disappear after the first request:
>>> qs = rt.models.uploads.Upload.objects.all() >>> qs = qs.filter(project__coachings_by_client__user=u)
Which means that something else makes it disappear… mysterious!
The root of the problem is that uploads.Uploads has a filter parameter
coached_by which makes sense only when the
is installed. Django seems to not behave 100% consistently when you ask to
filter using an invalid lookup, but that’s not a big issue.
In Lino Welfare we want a filter parameter
coached_by for upload
files. This is different from the upload’s author. Social agents want to see
expiring upload files for the clients they are coaching even when the uploader
was a colleague.
This functionality might make sense in Avanti where they have no coaching history.