handler resource_uri()

José Moreira avatarJosé Moreira created an issue

is handler resource_uri() working properly for documentation and model responses?

i have been testing with the following "calls":

	def resource_uri(cls, paste):
		only works for models
		return ('api_paste_detail', [paste.id,])

	def resource_uri(cls, *args, **kwargs):
                 only works for docs
		print args
		print kwargs
		return ('api_paste_detail', ['id',])

and they are mutually exclusive.

Comments (2)

  1. James Robert
    def resource_uri(cls, paste=None):
        works for both models and docs
        paste_id = "id"
        if paste:
            paste_id = paste.id
        return ('api_paste_detail', [paste_id,])
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