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Callum Anderson9,249 Points
Ignored redirect in Delete route, any solutions? | SQLAlchemy & Flask
I've been successful so far with this course and enjoying it a lot!
I am having trouble figuring out a solution to getting the Delete commit to work as what it seems like after I trigger the db.delete & commit and next in line would be the redirect to the location I requested, it instead ignores the redirect and is stuck on the route URL and hits me with a 404 and the action unsuccessful.
Tried a few things on my own to see if I could get it to recognise it but nothing resolved. I'm working locally so have included a snapshot of everything just in case. Any ideas would be amazing!
Mel RumseyTreehouse Staff
Hey Callum Anderson!
I took a look at your code and the issue is coming from the HTML route on the delete button.
You currently have
url_for('delete_pet', id=pet_id) so it is getting invalid information passed in as the id. We are wanting the
id to be equal to
pet.id. That should solve the issue, but let me know if you are still stuck!
Keep up the great work