Python django.forms.MultiValueField() Examples

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Example 1
Project: maas   Author: maas   File:    License: GNU Affero General Public License v3.0 6 votes vote down vote up
def __init__(self, field_items, skip_check=False, *args, **kwargs):
        self.field_dict = OrderedDict(field_items)
        self.skip_check = skip_check
        # Make sure no subfield is named 'SKIP_CHECK_NAME'. If
        # skip_check is True this field will clash with the addtional
        # subfield added by the DictCharField constructor.  We perform
        # this check even if skip_check=False because having a field named
        # 'skip_check' that isn't used to actually skip the checks would be
        # very confusing.
        if SKIP_CHECK_NAME in self.field_dict:
            raise RuntimeError(
                "'%s' is a reserved name "
                "(it can't be used to name a subfield)." % SKIP_CHECK_NAME
        # if skip_check: add a BooleanField to the list of fields, this will
        # be used to skip the validation of the fields and accept arbitrary
        # data.
        if skip_check:
            self.field_dict[SKIP_CHECK_NAME] = forms.BooleanField(
        self.names = [name for name in self.field_dict]
        # Create the DictCharWidget with init values from the list of fields.
        self.fields = list(self.field_dict.values())
        self.widget = DictCharWidget(
            [field.widget for field in self.fields],
            [field.initial for field in self.fields],
            [field.label for field in self.fields],
        # Upcall to Field and not MultiValueField to avoid setting all the
        # subfields' 'required' attributes to False.
        Field.__init__(self, *args, **kwargs) 
Example 2
Project: coursys   Author: sfu-fas   File:    License: GNU General Public License v3.0 4 votes vote down vote up
def fromPostData(self, post_data, files_data, ignore_required=False):
        self.cleaned_data = {}
        for name, field in list(self.fields.items()):
                if isinstance(field, forms.MultiValueField):
                    relevant_data = dict([(k,v) for k,v in list(post_data.items()) if k.startswith(str(name)+"_")])
                    relevant_data[str(name)] = ''
                    relevant_data['required'] = ignore_required
                    cleaned_data = field.compress(relevant_data)
                elif isinstance(field, forms.FileField):
                    if str(name) in files_data:
                        cleaned_data = field.clean(files_data[str(name)])
                    elif field.filesub:
                        # we have no new file, but an old file submission: fake it into place
                        fs = field.filesub
                        cleaned_data = SimpleUploadedFile(,
                    elif ignore_required:
                        cleaned_data = ""
                        cleaned_data = field.clean("")
                elif str(name) in post_data:
                    if ignore_required and post_data[str(name)] == "":
                        cleaned_data = ""
                        if isinstance(field, MultipleChoiceField):
                            relevant_data = post_data.getlist(str(name))
                            cleaned_data = field.clean(relevant_data)
                            cleaned_data = field.clean(post_data[str(name)])
                    if ignore_required:
                        cleaned_data = ""
                        cleaned_data = field.clean("")
                self.cleaned_data[str(name)] = cleaned_data
                field.initial = cleaned_data
            except forms.ValidationError as e:
                #self.errors[name] = ", ".join(e.messages)
                self.errors[name] = ErrorList(e.messages)
                if str(name) in post_data:
                    field.initial = post_data[str(name)]
                    initial_data = [v for k,v in list(post_data.items()) if k.startswith(str(name)+"_") and v != '']
                    field.initial = initial_data