Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of Ticket #24524, comment 16


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02/26/16 04:34:37 (6 years ago)
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Juergen Brendel
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  • Ticket #24524, comment 16

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    11@charettes saw something in the ProgrammingError that I had submitted.
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    3 But now I'm still stuck trying to figure out what to do about it. Is there any kind of work around I could use? Is this something that I did wrong? Or is this a bug in Django? Any help would be appreciated.
     3But now I'm still stuck trying to figure out what to do about it. Is there any kind of work around I could use? Is this something that I did wrong? Or is this a bug in Django?
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     5For now, I have placed a patch into "django/db/backends/base/creation.py" (inside of the create_test_db() function), in which I use "call_command()" twice (once with 'migrate', 'accounts', which causes an exception I catch and ignore, then once more with just 'migrate'). This allows me to run my unit tests.
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     7Obviously, this is terrible, since I don't want to have to patch Django with an ugly workaround every time I install it. There must be a better way, but what is it?
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     9Any help would be appreciated.
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    511Thank you very much!
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