class ListSerializer

from rest_framework.serializers import ListSerializer

Ancestors (MRO)

  1. ListSerializer
  2. BaseSerializer
  3. Field

Attributes

  Defined in
_creation_counter = 2 Field
child = None ListSerializer
context = <django.utils.functional.cached_property object at 0x1069547d0> Field
data = <property object at 0x10698d3c0> ListSerializer
data = <property object at 0x1069718e8> BaseSerializer
default_empty_html = rest_framework.fields.empty Field
default_error_messages = {u'empty': <django.utils.functional.__proxy__ object at 0x106567110>, u'not_a_list': <django.utils.functional.__proxy__ object at 0x10689e0d0>} ListSerializer
default_error_messages = {u'null': <django.utils.functional.__proxy__ object at 0x106954750>, u'required': <django.utils.functional.__proxy__ object at 0x106954710>} Field
default_validators = [] Field
errors = <property object at 0x10698d418> ListSerializer
errors = <property object at 0x10698d0a8> BaseSerializer
initial = None Field
many = True ListSerializer
root = <django.utils.functional.cached_property object at 0x106954790> Field
validated_data = <property object at 0x10698d100> BaseSerializer
validators = <property object at 0x106959628> Field

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def bind(self, field_name, parent): Field

        Initializes the field name and parent for the field instance.
        Called when a field is added to the parent serializer instance.
        
    def bind(self, field_name, parent):
        """
        Initializes the field name and parent for the field instance.
        Called when a field is added to the parent serializer instance.
        """

        # In order to enforce a consistent style, we error if a redundant
        # 'source' argument has been used. For example:
        # my_field = serializer.CharField(source='my_field')
        assert self.source != field_name, (
            "It is redundant to specify `source='%s'` on field '%s' in "
            "serializer '%s', because it is the same as the field name. "
            "Remove the `source` keyword argument." %
            (field_name, self.__class__.__name__, parent.__class__.__name__)
        )

        self.field_name = field_name
        self.parent = parent

        # `self.label` should default to being based on the field name.
        if self.label is None:
            self.label = field_name.replace('_', ' ').capitalize()

        # self.source should default to being the same as the field name.
        if self.source is None:
            self.source = field_name

        # self.source_attrs is a list of attributes that need to be looked up
        # when serializing the instance, or populating the validated data.
        if self.source == '*':
            self.source_attrs = []
        else:
            self.source_attrs = self.source.split('.')

def create(self, validated_data):

ListSerializer

    def create(self, validated_data):
        return [
            self.child.create(attrs) for attrs in validated_data
        ]

BaseSerializer

    def create(self, validated_data):
        raise NotImplementedError('`create()` must be implemented.')

def fail(self, key, **kwargs): Field

        A helper method that simply raises a validation error.
        
    def fail(self, key, **kwargs):
        """
        A helper method that simply raises a validation error.
        """
        try:
            msg = self.error_messages[key]
        except KeyError:
            class_name = self.__class__.__name__
            msg = MISSING_ERROR_MESSAGE.format(class_name=class_name, key=key)
            raise AssertionError(msg)
        message_string = msg.format(**kwargs)
        raise ValidationError(message_string)

def get_attribute(self, instance): Field

        Given the *outgoing* object instance, return the primitive value
        that should be used for this field.
        
    def get_attribute(self, instance):
        """
        Given the *outgoing* object instance, return the primitive value
        that should be used for this field.
        """
        try:
            return get_attribute(instance, self.source_attrs)
        except (KeyError, AttributeError) as exc:
            if not self.required and self.default is empty:
                raise SkipField()
            msg = (
                'Got {exc_type} when attempting to get a value for field '
                '`{field}` on serializer `{serializer}`.\nThe serializer '
                'field might be named incorrectly and not match '
                'any attribute or key on the `{instance}` instance.\n'
                'Original exception text was: {exc}.'.format(
                    exc_type=type(exc).__name__,
                    field=self.field_name,
                    serializer=self.parent.__class__.__name__,
                    instance=instance.__class__.__name__,
                    exc=exc
                )
            )
            raise type(exc)(msg)

def get_default(self): Field

        Return the default value to use when validating data if no input
        is provided for this field.

        If a default has not been set for this field then this will simply
        return `empty`, indicating that no value should be set in the
        validated data for this field.
        
    def get_default(self):
        """
        Return the default value to use when validating data if no input
        is provided for this field.

        If a default has not been set for this field then this will simply
        return `empty`, indicating that no value should be set in the
        validated data for this field.
        """
        if self.default is empty:
            raise SkipField()
        if callable(self.default):
            if hasattr(self.default, 'set_context'):
                self.default.set_context(self)
            return self.default()
        return self.default

def get_initial(self):

ListSerializer

    def get_initial(self):
        if hasattr(self, 'initial_data'):
            return self.to_representation(self.initial_data)
        return []

Field

        Return a value to use when the field is being returned as a primitive
        value, without any object instance.
        
    def get_initial(self):
        """
        Return a value to use when the field is being returned as a primitive
        value, without any object instance.
        """
        return self.initial

def get_validators(self): Field

    def get_validators(self):
        return self.default_validators[:]

def get_value(self, dictionary):

ListSerializer

        Given the input dictionary, return the field value.
        
    def get_value(self, dictionary):
        """
        Given the input dictionary, return the field value.
        """
        # We override the default field access in order to support
        # lists in HTML forms.
        if html.is_html_input(dictionary):
            return html.parse_html_list(dictionary, prefix=self.field_name)
        return dictionary.get(self.field_name, empty)

Field

        Given the *incoming* primitive data, return the value for this field
        that should be validated and transformed to a native value.
        
    def get_value(self, dictionary):
        """
        Given the *incoming* primitive data, return the value for this field
        that should be validated and transformed to a native value.
        """
        if html.is_html_input(dictionary):
            # HTML forms will represent empty fields as '', and cannot
            # represent None or False values directly.
            if self.field_name not in dictionary:
                if getattr(self.root, 'partial', False):
                    return empty
                return self.default_empty_html
            ret = dictionary[self.field_name]
            if ret == '' and self.allow_null:
                # If the field is blank, and null is a valid value then
                # determine if we should use null instead.
                return '' if getattr(self, 'allow_blank', False) else None
            elif ret == '' and not self.required:
                # If the field is blank, and emptyness is valid then
                # determine if we should use emptyness instead.
                return '' if getattr(self, 'allow_blank', False) else empty
            return ret
        return dictionary.get(self.field_name, empty)

def is_valid(self, raise_exception=False): BaseSerializer

    def is_valid(self, raise_exception=False):
        assert not hasattr(self, 'restore_object'), (
            'Serializer `%s.%s` has old-style version 2 `.restore_object()` '
            'that is no longer compatible with REST framework 3. '
            'Use the new-style `.create()` and `.update()` methods instead.' %
            (self.__class__.__module__, self.__class__.__name__)
        )

        assert hasattr(self, 'initial_data'), (
            'Cannot call `.is_valid()` as no `data=` keyword argument was '
            'passed when instantiating the serializer instance.'
        )

        if not hasattr(self, '_validated_data'):
            try:
                self._validated_data = self.run_validation(self.initial_data)
            except ValidationError as exc:
                self._validated_data = {}
                self._errors = exc.detail
            else:
                self._errors = {}

        if self._errors and raise_exception:
            raise ValidationError(self.errors)

        return not bool(self._errors)

def many_init(cls, *args, **kwargs): BaseSerializer

        This method implements the creation of a `ListSerializer` parent
        class when `many=True` is used. You can customize it if you need to
        control which keyword arguments are passed to the parent, and
        which are passed to the child.

        Note that we're over-cautious in passing most arguments to both parent
        and child classes in order to try to cover the general case. If you're
        overriding this method you'll probably want something much simpler, eg:

        @classmethod
        def many_init(cls, *args, **kwargs):
            kwargs['child'] = cls()
            return CustomListSerializer(*args, **kwargs)
        
    @classmethod
    def many_init(cls, *args, **kwargs):
        """
        This method implements the creation of a `ListSerializer` parent
        class when `many=True` is used. You can customize it if you need to
        control which keyword arguments are passed to the parent, and
        which are passed to the child.

        Note that we're over-cautious in passing most arguments to both parent
        and child classes in order to try to cover the general case. If you're
        overriding this method you'll probably want something much simpler, eg:

        @classmethod
        def many_init(cls, *args, **kwargs):
            kwargs['child'] = cls()
            return CustomListSerializer(*args, **kwargs)
        """
        allow_empty = kwargs.pop('allow_empty', None)
        child_serializer = cls(*args, **kwargs)
        list_kwargs = {
            'child': child_serializer,
        }
        if allow_empty is not None:
            list_kwargs['allow_empty'] = allow_empty
        list_kwargs.update({
            key: value for key, value in kwargs.items()
            if key in LIST_SERIALIZER_KWARGS
        })
        meta = getattr(cls, 'Meta', None)
        list_serializer_class = getattr(meta, 'list_serializer_class', ListSerializer)
        return list_serializer_class(*args, **list_kwargs)

def run_validation(self, data=rest_framework.fields.empty):

ListSerializer

        We override the default `run_validation`, because the validation
        performed by validators and the `.validate()` method should
        be coerced into an error dictionary with a 'non_fields_error' key.
        
    def run_validation(self, data=empty):
        """
        We override the default `run_validation`, because the validation
        performed by validators and the `.validate()` method should
        be coerced into an error dictionary with a 'non_fields_error' key.
        """
        (is_empty_value, data) = self.validate_empty_values(data)
        if is_empty_value:
            return data

        value = self.to_internal_value(data)
        try:
            self.run_validators(value)
            value = self.validate(value)
            assert value is not None, '.validate() should return the validated data'
        except (ValidationError, DjangoValidationError) as exc:
            raise ValidationError(detail=get_validation_error_detail(exc))

        return value

Field

        Validate a simple representation and return the internal value.

        The provided data may be `empty` if no representation was included
        in the input.

        May raise `SkipField` if the field should not be included in the
        validated data.
        
    def run_validation(self, data=empty):
        """
        Validate a simple representation and return the internal value.

        The provided data may be `empty` if no representation was included
        in the input.

        May raise `SkipField` if the field should not be included in the
        validated data.
        """
        (is_empty_value, data) = self.validate_empty_values(data)
        if is_empty_value:
            return data
        value = self.to_internal_value(data)
        self.run_validators(value)
        return value

def run_validators(self, value): Field

        Test the given value against all the validators on the field,
        and either raise a `ValidationError` or simply return.
        
    def run_validators(self, value):
        """
        Test the given value against all the validators on the field,
        and either raise a `ValidationError` or simply return.
        """
        errors = []
        for validator in self.validators:
            if hasattr(validator, 'set_context'):
                validator.set_context(self)

            try:
                validator(value)
            except ValidationError as exc:
                # If the validation error contains a mapping of fields to
                # errors then simply raise it immediately rather than
                # attempting to accumulate a list of errors.
                if isinstance(exc.detail, dict):
                    raise
                errors.extend(exc.detail)
            except DjangoValidationError as exc:
                errors.extend(exc.messages)
        if errors:
            raise ValidationError(errors)

def save(self, **kwargs):

ListSerializer

        Save and return a list of object instances.
        
    def save(self, **kwargs):
        """
        Save and return a list of object instances.
        """
        # Guard against incorrect use of `serializer.save(commit=False)`
        assert 'commit' not in kwargs, (
            "'commit' is not a valid keyword argument to the 'save()' method. "
            "If you need to access data before committing to the database then "
            "inspect 'serializer.validated_data' instead. "
            "You can also pass additional keyword arguments to 'save()' if you "
            "need to set extra attributes on the saved model instance. "
            "For example: 'serializer.save(owner=request.user)'.'"
        )

        validated_data = [
            dict(list(attrs.items()) + list(kwargs.items()))
            for attrs in self.validated_data
        ]

        if self.instance is not None:
            self.instance = self.update(self.instance, validated_data)
            assert self.instance is not None, (
                '`update()` did not return an object instance.'
            )
        else:
            self.instance = self.create(validated_data)
            assert self.instance is not None, (
                '`create()` did not return an object instance.'
            )

        return self.instance

BaseSerializer

    def save(self, **kwargs):
        assert not hasattr(self, 'save_object'), (
            'Serializer `%s.%s` has old-style version 2 `.save_object()` '
            'that is no longer compatible with REST framework 3. '
            'Use the new-style `.create()` and `.update()` methods instead.' %
            (self.__class__.__module__, self.__class__.__name__)
        )

        assert hasattr(self, '_errors'), (
            'You must call `.is_valid()` before calling `.save()`.'
        )

        assert not self.errors, (
            'You cannot call `.save()` on a serializer with invalid data.'
        )

        # Guard against incorrect use of `serializer.save(commit=False)`
        assert 'commit' not in kwargs, (
            "'commit' is not a valid keyword argument to the 'save()' method. "
            "If you need to access data before committing to the database then "
            "inspect 'serializer.validated_data' instead. "
            "You can also pass additional keyword arguments to 'save()' if you "
            "need to set extra attributes on the saved model instance. "
            "For example: 'serializer.save(owner=request.user)'.'"
        )

        assert not hasattr(self, '_data'), (
            "You cannot call `.save()` after accessing `serializer.data`."
            "If you need to access data before committing to the database then "
            "inspect 'serializer.validated_data' instead. "
        )

        validated_data = dict(
            list(self.validated_data.items()) +
            list(kwargs.items())
        )

        if self.instance is not None:
            self.instance = self.update(self.instance, validated_data)
            assert self.instance is not None, (
                '`update()` did not return an object instance.'
            )
        else:
            self.instance = self.create(validated_data)
            assert self.instance is not None, (
                '`create()` did not return an object instance.'
            )

        return self.instance

def to_internal_value(self, data):

ListSerializer

        List of dicts of native values <- List of dicts of primitive datatypes.
        
    def to_internal_value(self, data):
        """
        List of dicts of native values <- List of dicts of primitive datatypes.
        """
        if html.is_html_input(data):
            data = html.parse_html_list(data)

        if not isinstance(data, list):
            message = self.error_messages['not_a_list'].format(
                input_type=type(data).__name__
            )
            raise ValidationError({
                api_settings.NON_FIELD_ERRORS_KEY: [message]
            })

        if not self.allow_empty and len(data) == 0:
            message = self.error_messages['empty']
            raise ValidationError({
                api_settings.NON_FIELD_ERRORS_KEY: [message]
            })

        ret = []
        errors = []

        for item in data:
            try:
                validated = self.child.run_validation(item)
            except ValidationError as exc:
                errors.append(exc.detail)
            else:
                ret.append(validated)
                errors.append({})

        if any(errors):
            raise ValidationError(errors)

        return ret

BaseSerializer

    def to_internal_value(self, data):
        raise NotImplementedError('`to_internal_value()` must be implemented.')

Field

        Transform the *incoming* primitive data into a native value.
        
    def to_internal_value(self, data):
        """
        Transform the *incoming* primitive data into a native value.
        """
        raise NotImplementedError(
            '{cls}.to_internal_value() must be implemented.'.format(
                cls=self.__class__.__name__
            )
        )

def to_representation(self, data):

ListSerializer

        List of object instances -> List of dicts of primitive datatypes.
        
    def to_representation(self, data):
        """
        List of object instances -> List of dicts of primitive datatypes.
        """
        # Dealing with nested relationships, data can be a Manager,
        # so, first get a queryset from the Manager if needed
        iterable = data.all() if isinstance(data, models.Manager) else data

        return [
            self.child.to_representation(item) for item in iterable
        ]

BaseSerializer

    def to_representation(self, instance):
        raise NotImplementedError('`to_representation()` must be implemented.')

Field

        Transform the *outgoing* native value into primitive data.
        
    def to_representation(self, value):
        """
        Transform the *outgoing* native value into primitive data.
        """
        raise NotImplementedError(
            '{cls}.to_representation() must be implemented for field '
            '{field_name}. If you do not need to support write operations '
            'you probably want to subclass `ReadOnlyField` instead.'.format(
                cls=self.__class__.__name__,
                field_name=self.field_name,
            )
        )

def update(self, instance, validated_data):

ListSerializer

    def update(self, instance, validated_data):
        raise NotImplementedError(
            "Serializers with many=True do not support multiple update by "
            "default, only multiple create. For updates it is unclear how to "
            "deal with insertions and deletions. If you need to support "
            "multiple update, use a `ListSerializer` class and override "
            "`.update()` so you can specify the behavior exactly."
        )

BaseSerializer

    def update(self, instance, validated_data):
        raise NotImplementedError('`update()` must be implemented.')

def validate(self, attrs): ListSerializer

    def validate(self, attrs):
        return attrs

def validate_empty_values(self, data): Field

        Validate empty values, and either:

        * Raise `ValidationError`, indicating invalid data.
        * Raise `SkipField`, indicating that the field should be ignored.
        * Return (True, data), indicating an empty value that should be
          returned without any further validation being applied.
        * Return (False, data), indicating a non-empty value, that should
          have validation applied as normal.
        
    def validate_empty_values(self, data):
        """
        Validate empty values, and either:

        * Raise `ValidationError`, indicating invalid data.
        * Raise `SkipField`, indicating that the field should be ignored.
        * Return (True, data), indicating an empty value that should be
          returned without any further validation being applied.
        * Return (False, data), indicating a non-empty value, that should
          have validation applied as normal.
        """
        if self.read_only:
            return (True, self.get_default())

        if data is empty:
            if getattr(self.root, 'partial', False):
                raise SkipField()
            if self.required:
                self.fail('required')
            return (True, self.get_default())

        if data is None:
            if not self.allow_null:
                self.fail('null')
            return (True, None)

        return (False, data)