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Python Django REST Framework Make the REST Framework Work for You Viewsets and Routers

Bas Kuunk
Bas Kuunk
21,308 Points

Django 2.0: Error with namespace in include()

In this particular line of code, I cannot get my namespace properly configured. I found documentation that says you cannot specify the app_name in the include, but it gets very confusing with all that is and isn't deprecated. Can someone give me the line that works? Here are some that in any case don't:

app_name='courses'

path('api/v2', include(router.urls, 'courses'), namespace='apiv2'), path('api/v2', include(router.urls), 'courses', namespace='apiv2')), path('api/v2', include(router.urls, app_name), namespace='apiv2'), path('api/v2', include(router.urls, app_name=app_name), namespace='apiv2'), path('api/v2', include(router.urls, app_name='courses'), namespace='apiv2'),

1 Answer

Jeremy Chen
Jeremy Chen
2,602 Points

It's deprecated.

correct code for 2.0:

        path("api/v2/", include((router.urls, "courses"), namespace="apiv2")),

doc: https://docs.djangoproject.com/en/2.0/ref/urls/#include

Change the import line to from django.urls import include, path