Category : typeerror

returns username instead of user.id,i’m try to getting user.id in user_id field but getting username, the user-id field registerd as forignkey fiels of user,so it returns number only views.py def index(request): if request.user.is_authenticated: cus = User.objects.get(pk=request.user.id) print(cus) if request.method == ‘POST’: task = request.POST[‘task’] priority = request.POST[‘priority’] date = request.POST[‘date’] time = request.POST[‘time’] add_task = ..

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def create_root_user_account(school_code, school_id, partner_key): useraccount = { ‘school_key’: school_id } user_account_key = add_useraccount(useraccount) print(‘User account generated -‘ + user_account_key) # TODO – Make auth working. Probably some connection issue authentication = { "institution_key": school_id, "account_key": user_account_key, "username": get_user_name(school_id), "password": gcUtil.generate_random_password(16), "partner_key": partner_key } authentication_key = add_authentication(authentication) print(‘Authentication record created -‘ + authentication_key) # TODO add ..

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To solve the problem stated in this[1] exercise, I have been helped to the following solution: cols=int(input()) data=bin(int(input))[2:] data = [data[-i-1::-cols] for i in range(cols)] heights = [col.index("0") for col in data] print(max([(i,a) for i, a,b,c in enumerate(zip(heights[:-2], heights[1:-1], heights[2:])) if a==b==c], key=lambda x: x[1])[0]) However, line 2 returns a TypeError as stated in the ..

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def get_n_Antiprotozoal_for_PCT(self, pct,n): """Return all the data for a given PCT.""" return int(db.session.query(func.sum(PrescribingData.items).filter(PrescribingData.BNF_code.startswith(‘0504’),PrescribingData.PCT == pct)).limit(n).first()[0]) Here is my code and when I pick the pct like "01A", it is good. But when I pick the pct like "123" or "ABC",I get an error: TypeError: int() argument must be a string, a bytes-like object or a ..

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I am trying to apply my custom auth middleware in the url path that has id . But getting this error. from .views import Profile app_name = ‘account’ from employer.middlewares.auth import auth_middleware urlpatterns =[ path(‘dashboard/pages-profile/<int:user_id>’, auth_middleware(Profile.as_view()), name=’profile’), ] And my auth middleware is this: from django.http import HttpResponseRedirect def auth_middleware(get_response): def middleware(request): return_url = request.META[‘PATH_INFO’] ..

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