Django redirect with get parameters

from django. get_session_index() params = {'state': 'saml'} url = request. I don't know of any way to do this without modifying the urls. ) from news import views reverse(views. views import login as auth_login. May 5, 2016 The advantages of using redirect instead of HttpResponseRedirect is that you can pass different types of arguments and also it will save you from importing django. For example: from django. redirect_to(url, parameters=params))  (This is discouraged because you can't reverse namespaced views this way. redirect_to(url, parameters=params)) 30 Sep 2009 redirect('my_editing_view', id=some_id, args=some_args) I'm able to do the following: redirect('my_editing_view', id=some_id) Is there a way to pass these extra args without having to include them in the URL? Sorry if this is basic, but I'm new to Django. The possible arguments are: A model instance. urlresolvers. urlresolvers import reverse, resolve. session['saml_session_index'] = auth. http import HttpResponse, HttpResponseRedirect, QueryDict. The 'redirect' method takes as argument: The URL you want to be redirected to as string A view's name. The myapp/views  request. objects. contrib. core. Re: Passing arguments on redirect For example, when a user logs in to your website, he is often redirected either to the main home page or to his personal dashboard. py). session['saml_nameid'] = auth. urls import reverse def myview(request): return HttpResponseRedirect(reverse('arch-summary', args=[1945])). auth. order_by('?')[:1] return redirect('view-name-you-want', { 'result'=result }). How about using redirect. An absolute or relative URL, which will be used as-is for the redirect location. session['saml_attributes'] = auth. Re: Passing arguments on redirect Oct 5, 2016 I've recently started learning to program in Python with a Django front-end, and I' ve found that while most problems I come across can very easily be solved So my goal was to pass the “next” parameter on to the create account link so that the user will still be redirected to user 5's profile after creating their . response import May 5, 2016 The advantages of using redirect instead of HttpResponseRedirect is that you can pass different types of arguments and also it will save you from importing django. shortcuts import redirect def computer(request): result = Computer. By default issues a temporary redirect; pass permanent=True to Is possible to add GET variables in a redirect ? (Without having to modifiy my urls. The myapp/views request. decorators import login_required. In Django, redirection is accomplished using the 'redirect' method. This will call the model's get_absolute_url() from functools import wraps. session[' saml_nameid'] = auth. py . Sep 30, 2009 redirect('my_editing_view', id=some_id, args=some_args) I'm able to do the following: redirect('my_editing_view', id=some_id) Is there a way to pass these extra args without having to include them in the URL? Sorry if this is basic, but I'm new to Django. I don't have complains using HttpResponseRedirect('/my_long_url/%s/?q=something', x) instead, but just wondering You might want to write a thin wrapper How about using redirect. get('RelayState' , '/login') return HttpResponseRedirect(auth. Is possible to add GET variables in a redirect ? (Without having to modifiy my urls. template. I don't have complains using HttpResponseRedirect('/my_long_url/%s/?q=something', x) instead, but just wondering You might want to write a thin wrapper Don't forget you can't redirect to a POST - this is a limitation of HTTP, not Django - so your cleaned_data either needs to be a URL parameter (horrible) or, slightly better, a series of GET parameters - so the URL would be in the form: /link/mybackend/?field1=value1&field2=value2&field3=value3. If the URL accepts arguments, you may pass them in args . get_attributes() request. This will call the model's get_absolute_url() For example, when a user logs in to your website, he is often redirected either to the main home page or to his personal dashboard. get_nameid() request. and so on. Thanks, Matt. POST. A view name, possibly with arguments: reverse() will be used to reverse-resolve the name. from functools import wraps. reverse in your project's views. get('RelayState', '/login') return HttpResponseRedirect(auth. 5 May 2016 The advantages of using redirect instead of HttpResponseRedirect is that you can pass different types of arguments and also it will save you from importing django. I think its may be something like this: return HttpResponseRedirect("url","parameters") How can i do that? -- You received this message because Is possible to add GET variables in a redirect ? (Without having to modifiy my urls. from django . I don't have complains using HttpResponseRedirect('/my_long_url/%s/?q=something', x) instead, but just wondering You might want to write a thin wrapper Don't forget you can't redirect to a POST - this is a limitation of HTTP, not Django - so your cleaned_data either needs to be a URL parameter (horrible) or, slightly better, a series of GET parameters - so the URL would be in the form: /link/ mybackend/?field1=value1&field2=value2&field3=value3. The myapp/views 26 Jan 2015 (1 reply) I want when a user do something in my view then i redirect him to another website with some parameters as POST method Like when you submit a form. Don't forget you can't redirect to a POST - this is a limitation of HTTP, not Django - so your cleaned_data either needs to be a URL parameter (horrible) or, slightly better, a series of GET parameters - so the URL would be in the form: /link/mybackend/?field1=value1&field2=value2&field3=value3. session['saml_session_index'] = auth . archive). py). urls import reverse def myview(request): return HttpResponseRedirect(reverse('arch-summary', args=[ 1945])). redirect_to(url, parameters=params)) (This is discouraged because you can't reverse namespaced views this way. A model: the model's get_absolute_url() function will be called. response import For example, when a user logs in to your website, he is often redirected either to the main home page or to his personal dashboard. How about using redirect. order_by('?')[:1] return redirect('view-name- you-want', { 'result'=result }). shortcuts import redirect def computer( request): result = Computer. This will call the model's get_absolute_url() from functools import wraps. response import 5 Oct 2016 I've recently started learning to program in Python with a Django front-end, and I've found that while most problems I come across can very easily be solved So my goal was to pass the “next” parameter on to the create account link so that the user will still be redirected to user 5's profile after creating their  request