Source code for safedelete.managers

from django.conf import settings
from django.db import models

from .config import (
from .queryset import SafeDeleteQueryset

[docs]class SafeDeleteManager(models.Manager): """Default manager for the SafeDeleteModel. If _safedelete_visibility == DELETED_VISIBLE_BY_PK, the manager can returns deleted objects if they are accessed by primary key. :attribute _safedelete_visibility: define what happens when you query masked objects. It can be one of ``DELETED_INVISIBLE`` and ``DELETED_VISIBLE_BY_PK``. Defaults to ``DELETED_INVISIBLE``. >>> from safedelete.models import SafeDeleteModel >>> from safedelete.managers import SafeDeleteManager >>> class MyModelManager(SafeDeleteManager): ... _safedelete_visibility = DELETED_VISIBLE_BY_PK ... >>> class MyModel(SafeDeleteModel): ... _safedelete_policy = SOFT_DELETE ... my_field = models.TextField() ... objects = MyModelManager() ... >>> :attribute _queryset_class: define which class for queryset should be used This attribute allows to add custom filters for both deleted and not deleted objects. It is ``SafeDeleteQueryset`` by default. Custom queryset classes should be inherited from ``SafeDeleteQueryset``. """ _safedelete_visibility = DELETED_INVISIBLE _safedelete_visibility_field = 'pk' _queryset_class = SafeDeleteQueryset def __init__(self, queryset_class=None, *args, **kwargs): """Hook for setting custom ``_queryset_class``. Example: class CustomQueryset(models.QuerySet): pass class MyModel(models.Model): my_field = models.TextField() objects = SafeDeleteManager(CustomQuerySet) """ super(SafeDeleteManager, self).__init__(*args, **kwargs) if queryset_class: self._queryset_class = queryset_class
[docs] def get_queryset(self): # Backwards compatibility, no need to move options to QuerySet. queryset = self._queryset_class(self.model, using=self._db) queryset.query._safedelete_visibility = self._safedelete_visibility queryset.query._safedelete_visibility_field = self._safedelete_visibility_field return queryset
[docs] def all_with_deleted(self): """Show all models including the soft deleted models. .. note:: This is useful for related managers as those don't have access to ``all_objects``. """ return self.all( force_visibility=DELETED_VISIBLE )
[docs] def deleted_only(self): """Only show the soft deleted models. .. note:: This is useful for related managers as those don't have access to ``deleted_objects``. """ return self.all( force_visibility=DELETED_ONLY_VISIBLE )
[docs] def all(self, **kwargs): """Pass kwargs to ``SafeDeleteQuerySet.all()``. Args: force_visibility: Show deleted models. (default: {None}) .. note:: The ``force_visibility`` argument is meant for related managers when no other managers like ``all_objects`` or ``deleted_objects`` are available. """ force_visibility = kwargs.pop('force_visibility', None) # We don't call all() on the queryset, see qs = self.get_queryset() if force_visibility is not None: qs.query._safedelete_force_visibility = force_visibility return qs
[docs] def update_or_create(self, defaults=None, **kwargs): """See :func:`~django.db.models.Query.update_or_create.`. Change to regular djangoesk function: Regular update_or_create() fails on soft-deleted, existing record with unique constraint on non-id field If object is soft-deleted we don't update-or-create it but reset the deleted field to None. So the object is visible again like a create in any other case. Attention: If the object is "revived" from a soft-deleted state the created return value will still be false because the object is technically not created unless you set SAFE_DELETE_INTERPRET_UNDELETED_OBJECTS_AS_CREATED = True in the django settings. Args: defaults: Dict with defaults to update/create model instance with kwargs: Attributes to lookup model instance with """ # Check if one of the model fields contains a unique constraint revived_soft_deleted_object = False if self.model.has_unique_fields() or 'pk' in kwargs or in kwargs: # Check if object is already soft-deleted deleted_object = self.all_with_deleted().filter(**kwargs).exclude(**{FIELD_NAME: None}).first() # If object is soft-deleted, reset delete-state... if deleted_object and deleted_object._safedelete_policy in self.get_soft_delete_policies(): setattr(deleted_object, FIELD_NAME, None) revived_soft_deleted_object = True # Do the standard logic obj, created = super(SafeDeleteManager, self).update_or_create(defaults, **kwargs) # If object was soft-deleted and is "revived" and settings flag is True, show object as created if revived_soft_deleted_object and \ getattr(settings, 'SAFE_DELETE_INTERPRET_UNDELETED_OBJECTS_AS_CREATED', False): created = True return obj, created
[docs] @staticmethod def get_soft_delete_policies(): """Returns all states which stand for some kind of soft-delete""" return [SOFT_DELETE, SOFT_DELETE_CASCADE]
[docs]class SafeDeleteAllManager(SafeDeleteManager): """SafeDeleteManager with ``_safedelete_visibility`` set to ``DELETED_VISIBLE``. .. note:: This is used in :py:attr:`safedelete.models.SafeDeleteModel.all_objects`. """ _safedelete_visibility = DELETED_VISIBLE
[docs]class SafeDeleteDeletedManager(SafeDeleteManager): """SafeDeleteManager with ``_safedelete_visibility`` set to ``DELETED_ONLY_VISIBLE``. .. note:: This is used in :py:attr:`safedelete.models.SafeDeleteModel.deleted_objects`. """ _safedelete_visibility = DELETED_ONLY_VISIBLE