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Python Django Forms More on Models Abstract Inheritance

Gabriel Ward
Gabriel Ward
20,222 Points

Deleting and Creating classes.

I got in a bit of a tangle, and tried to delete a class, called Step, and then tried to create and migrate it again. However now I'm getting the following error when I try and migrate the class after re-creating it 'django.db.utils.OperationalError: no such table: courses_step' If anybody has any advice on how I might be able to fix this, I'd be really grateful.

1 Answer

Nursultan Bolatbayev
Nursultan Bolatbayev
16,774 Points

If u delete any class in model then u should also remove codes in other files which use that class. For example, in views.py file.