Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of Ticket #25917, comment 2


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12/11/2015 09:29:21 AM (4 years ago)
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Baptiste Mispelon
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  • Ticket #25917, comment 2

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    44As for the question about `default`, that's a good point. I haven't tried and it could make the reverse operation "work" in the sense that Django would be able to get back to a valid state but there's no guarantee that your data would be preserved (any non-default values for that column would be gone).
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     7I just tried and if your field has a `default`, then the reverse `RemoveField` uses that to populate the database (which means it's possible to have a non-nullable field in that case)
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