Postgres queries are CaSeSensitivE unlike in MySQL. So when a simple
Model.objects.get(field='hello') would get the record. In postgres you would need to use
unique doesn't work was different cases with standard postgres. That is why django has the CIText Mixin and postgres has the
Unfortunately this won't help for a
unique_together field. The case sensitivity will still come into play.
So you can make the field lowercase by overriding the model's save method:
def save(self, **kwargs): '''Override save to enforce project name is lowercase''' self.name = self.name.lower() super().save()
Nope you don't need to do the above. Just ensure the field is a
Ran into another problem:
crowdminder=# create extension citext; ERROR: extension "citext" already exists
citext is already there but when running a django migration I get:
django.db.utils.ProgrammingError: type "citext" does not exist LINE 1: ...llink" ("id" serial NOT NULL PRIMARY KEY, "email" citext NUL...
FFFFFFFFFFFuck you postgres
This is flippen weird.
So I go into
psql and raise hell:
drop extension citext cascade;
Then the migrate works. It's crazy. If this shit happens on production, I will be pissed at