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#1 March 9, 2008 06:33:22

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App not showing up in Admin Site


Hi,

Im just starting out, and while doing the tutorial (http://
www.djangoproject.com/documentation/0.96/tutorial02/) you have to add
the internal class Admin: pass, and its not showing up for me either.
How does one choose the permissions? I think my user is a superuser,
so should have access to all things, and one of the access options is
"add a poll" etc (poll is the tutorial class name, btw), so the system
knows poll is part of it, but yeah, no show on the admin page.

Any ideas?

Thanks,

PS, also in that tut, it shows the default admin as having only
"Groups" and "Users", while mine comes up with both those, and then
"sites" too. That is more in-sync with the 'current svn version'
tutorial, but im using 0.96.1...
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#2 March 9, 2008 13:44:15

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On 09-Mar-08, at 12:03 PM, Lukey wrote:

> tutorial, but im using 0.96.1...


then use the docs for .96 - but it is far better to use the svn trunk
as there are a lot of goodies there that .96 doesnt have. Also when
you do upgrade you will face a lot of backward compatible problems
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#3 March 9, 2008 14:13:21

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On Sun, Mar 9, 2008 at 7:46 AM, Kenneth Gonsalves
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> then use the docs for .96 - but it is far better to use the svn trunk
> as there are a lot of goodies there that .96 doesnt have. Also when
> you do upgrade you will face a lot of backward compatible problems

Somewhat off-topic:

Please do be careful with that phrase "a lot"; moving from 0.96.1 to
current trunk, for most people, involves two big changes -- the
Unicode update and template autoescaping -- and two search-and-replace
operations (clean_data -> cleaned_data in forms, and FloatField ->
DecimalField in models). Beyond that, a lot of the
backwards-incompatible changes in trunk involve things that aren't
likely to affect most applications, and are in fact an interesting
laundy list of undocumented and/or little-used corners of Django
(e.g., how many people were really using stuff in
django.core.management before it was refactored to allow custom
commands?).

Back on-topic:

Applications randomly not showing up in the admin interface are often
a symptom of either of two things:

1. The model isn't written correctly, or

2. One of the model-loading corner cases in ticket #2438, all but one
of which are dealt with in trunk (and the one for which it was
recently reopened strikes me as a pathological abuse of
limit_choices_to).

Try the same setup on trunk and see if it still causes problems.
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