You're browsing the Game FAQs Message Boards as a guest. Keep in mind, it must have gotten some save from the cloud, since I just got my laptop back from repairs, it's reformatted, hasn't played anything yet, and I just downloaded it. Sign Up for free (or Log In if you already have an account) to be able to post messages, change how messages are displayed, and view media in posts. I am using Python 2.7.5, Django==1.7.7 and SQLite, note that the final SQLs may vary on different versions of Django and different database engines. from __future__ import print_function from import models from models import signals from models.signals import pre_save, post_save from django.dispatch import receiver __author__ = 'sobolevn' class Custom Manager(models. return u' '.format(self.name, name, count()) @receiver(pre_save, sender=Test Model) @receiver(post_save, sender=Test Model) def reicever(*args, **kwargs): print('signal dispatched') def index(request): if request and request.method == 'GET': from models import Extra Object, Test Model # Create exmple data if table is empty: if Test Model.objects.count() == 0: for i in range(15): extra = Extra Object.objects.create(name=str(i)) test = Test Model.objects.create(key=extra, name='test_%d' % i) add(test) print test to_edit = Test Model.objects.get(id=1) to_= 'edited_test' to_= Extra Object.objects.create(name='new_for') to_edit.save() new_key = Extra Object.objects.create(name='new_for_update') to_update = Test Model.objects.filter(id=2).update(name='updated_name', key=new_key) # return any kind of Http Response # to_edit = Test Model.objects.get(id=1): QUERY = u'SELECT "main_testmodel"."id", "main_testmodel"."name", "main_testmodel"."key_id" FROM "main_testmodel" WHERE "main_testmodel"."id" = %s LIMIT 21' - PARAMS = (u'1',) # to_edit.save(): QUERY = u'UPDATE "main_testmodel" SET "name" = %s, "key_id" = %s WHERE "main_testmodel"."id" = %s' - PARAMS = (u"'edited_test'", u'2', u'1') # to_update = Test Model.objects.filter(id=2).update(name='updated_name', key=new_key): QUERY = u'UPDATE "main_testmodel" SET "name" = %s, "key_id" = %s WHERE "main_testmodel"."id" = %s' - PARAMS = (u"'updated_name'", u'3', u'2') save() method can be used to insert new record and update existing record and generally used for saving instance of single record(row in mysql) in database.
Save will save your all instances of class which may not require to that. e.g @It will update all the attributes or column for post.Find Control("txt Start Time") as Text Box; var End Time = row.Find Control("txt End Time") as Text Box; var id = row. the question is regarding rails 4 guide, the first guide. My general question was whether using different http requests for same methods will have any effect on them ?or for example: can we use PUT, GET, PATCH and DELETE for save, when passed with proper syntax? If the model is new a record gets created in the database, otherwise the existing record gets updated. If any of them fail the action is cancelled and save returns false. If any of them fail Active Record:: Record Invalid gets raised.