Django admin integration for Django Hijack (https://github.com/arteria/django-hijack/)
Follow the instructions on http://django-hijack.readthedocs.org/en/stable/#installation to install django-hijack.
Get the latest stable release from PyPi:
pip install django-hijack-admin
hijack_admin to your installed apps:
INSTALLED_APPS = ( ..., 'hijack_admin', )
For the admin integration to work, you must explicitly set
HIJACK_ALLOW_GET_REQUESTS = True in your project settings.
Please be aware that users can now be hijacked not only using POST requests, but also using GET requests, which could facilitate CSRF attacks.
Path to the template for the "Hijack" buttons. Default:
Whether the user model should be registered with
HijackUserAdmin automatically. Default:
Adds the possibility to configure the admin class name.
Custom user admins are supported. Just set
HIJACK_REGISTER_ADMIN = False and
modify your custom admin class as shown in this example:
# admin.py from hijack_admin.admin import HijackUserAdminMixin class MyUserAdmin(UserAdmin, HijackUserAdminMixin): list_display = ( ... 'hijack_field', # Hijack button )
You can also add the hijack field to a model that is related to the User
model with the
#admin.py from django.contrib import Admin from hijack_admin.admin import HijackRelatedAdminMixin class MyCustomerAdmin(HijackRelatedAdminMixin, admin.ModelAdmin) list_display = ('user', 'hijack_field')
Anyone and everyone is welcome to contribute. Please take a moment to review the guidelines for contributing.
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