Django Rest Framework: Access to passed arguments from views in serializers

Before asking this question, I have seen the following links but they don’t help me at all: pass extra arguments to serializer pass request context to serializer from viewset pass context from one …

How to check certain headers exist in each request in Django Rest Framework?

I want to test api_key and secret against all requests of different models. Both fields exist in a table. I am using DefaultRouter which itself creates all CRUD based requests URLs. Will I need to …

Serialize a M-2-M relation with grouping in Django REST framework

I have two models, linked through a separate model as follow: class Project(models.Model): name = models.CharField(max_length=50, unique=True) class Employee(models.Model): name = models….

djnoer gives TypeError: permission_denied() got an unexpected keyword argument ‘code’ on get request on /users/me/

Doing just a get request on auth/users/me/ results in this error which says the above. Couldn’t find anything that helps. Can you help me figure out where this error is coming from and how can I fix …

DRF add non model fields just to update or create model instance

I have this issue at the moment with DRF. I’m recieving extra fields that the model is not using. But those values will define the fields within the model. { “file_name”: “test”, &…

How to order queryset based on best match in django-rest-framework?

I am trying to order results of a query with parameters by number of matches. For example, let’s say we have a Model: class Template(models.Model): headline = CharField(max_length=300) text = …

Django rest framework’s StringRelatedField is throwing KeyError

I have the following model classes. class Categories(models.Model): id = models.UUIDField(primary_key=True, auto_created=True, default=uuid.uuid4, unique=True) business = models.ForeignKey(…

Why doesn’t my request.user have groups in Django?

I’ve got an endpoint built with Django Rest Framework, to which I now want to add permissions so that only users belonging to a certain group can access an endpoint. So I’m using token based access …

How can I remove the upper array list from the list of dictionaries?

I’ve a list of dictionaries and want to get rid of the external list array. Take into consideration the array below, My serializer looks like, and the view definition is, Answer You can use the index of list to refer to the inner dictionary and omit the outer bracket. The below is the output of a[0]:

Django Rest Framework With Only Function Response

I just want to make a simple API with DRF. The API going to get a “keyword” from URL, and that “keyword” will go to a function. And function response is going to be API response. Simple Example: http://127.0.0.1:8000/api/langdetect/helloworld/ RESULT: It’s all easy. How can I make this? I read the doc but every example is making with Models, serializers etc. I don’t have any models. I have only a function and the response data. Thanks. Answer You’ll want a bare APIView if you want to use DRF’s permissions and content type negotiation system yet still keep things simple: