UserManager documentation doesn't mention that it depends on date_joined
|Reported by:||Ilya Semenov||Owned by:||nobody|
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The documentation at https://docs.djangoproject.com/en/dev/topics/auth/customizing/ says:
If your User model defines username and email fields the same as Django’s default User, you can just install Django’s UserManager.
This is not true in the sense that these are not the only required fields for Django's UserManager to be a drop-in replacement. One has also to define
UserManager.create_user(..) would fail to create a user.
The documentation should be updated to reflect that date_joined field is also required to use Django's UserManager.
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