I’m working with Flask-Marshmallow for validating request and response schemas in Flask app. I was able to do simple validations for request.form and request.args when there are simple fields like Int, Str, Float etc. I have a case where I need to upload a file using a form field – file_field. It should contain the file content. How can I
I need guidance building a django dropdown forms.Form field in which I can select multiple choices. I need to select multiple locations on the office field of the form. When submitted, the form needs to return a list of the chosen offices (e.g. [“New York”, “Los Angeles”] or [“Austin”]). Returning a tuple is also acceptable. The best I can do
Is there any way get all the form names from a request in Django ? Html request in the above I can get only from the name I know, what I need is to get all names of the django request and later parse it and get data. Answer Try use this: But if you need print a dynamic POST
I amd new to Tornado framework and trying to make a simple form to upload images: I can successfully receive the Posted file using: However I’m unable to receive the alt input. I tried alt = self.request.alt but I get this error and when I use alt = self.request.files[‘alt’], I get: I ran out of ideas so appreciate your help.
I’m having some trouble with a Django project I’m working on. I now have two applications, which require a fair bit of overlap. I’ve really only started the second project (called workflow) and I’m trying to make my first form for that application. My first application is called po. In the workflow application I have a class called WorkflowObject, which
I have the code below in my Python script: Also, I have an HTML form in init.html: How can I pass the user input from “projectFilepath” when a user clicks “spotButton” on a variable in my python script? I’m new in Python and Flask, so forgive me if I make any mistakes. Answer The form tag needs some attributes set:
I’m a beginner, so forgive any stupidity in advance. I’m using Flask (and by extension Jinja2) to create a simple web app — one that basically lets you type a movie into a web form, which adds it to a SQLite database. I’ve gotten Flask to very nicely iterate through all the movies in the database and print them to
During form processing I’d like to be able to set a foreign key field on a model object without the user having to select the key from a dropdown. For instance: The user will navigate from a view showing an instance of ‘AAA’ to a create_object style view that will create an instance of ‘BBB’ given a parameter referring to