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Alright, I'm running out of hairs to pull.
What's wrong with this validation?
from rest_framework import serializers from . import models class GameSerializer(serializers.ModelSerializer): class Meta: fields = ('id', 'name') model = models.Game class PlayerSerializer(serializers.ModelSerializer): class Meta: fields = ('id', 'name', 'age') model = models.Player def validate_age(self, value): if value >= 13: return value raise serializers.ValidationError('Player age must be over 13') class ScoreSerializer(serializers.ModelSerializer): game = serializers.HyperlinkedRelatedField( read_only=True, view_name='apiv2:game-detail') player = serializers.HyperlinkedRelatedField( read_only=True, view_name='apiv2:player-detail') class Meta: fields = ('id', 'game', 'player', 'score') model = models.Score
Oziel Perez61,321 Points
there's nothing wrong with it as far as I know. Kevin's Python courses have been horrible at detecting the correct answers. I've gotten errors just because two lines of code were not on the same line. It's ridiculous