Source code for oscar.apps.catalogue.abstract_models

import os
from django.utils import six
from datetime import datetime, date
import logging

from django.utils.html import strip_tags
from django.utils.safestring import mark_safe
from django.conf import settings
from django.contrib.staticfiles.finders import find
from django.core.cache import cache
from django.core.exceptions import ValidationError, ImproperlyConfigured
from django.core.files.base import File
from django.core.urlresolvers import reverse
from django.core.validators import RegexValidator
from django.db import models
from django.db.models import Sum, Count
from django.utils.encoding import python_2_unicode_compatible
from django.utils.translation import ugettext_lazy as _, pgettext_lazy
from django.utils.functional import cached_property
from django.contrib.contenttypes.generic import GenericForeignKey
from django.contrib.contenttypes.models import ContentType

from treebeard.mp_tree import MP_Node

from oscar.core.decorators import deprecated
from oscar.core.utils import slugify
from oscar.core.validators import non_python_keyword
from oscar.core.loading import get_classes, get_model, get_class
from oscar.models.fields import NullCharField, AutoSlugField

ProductManager, BrowsableProductManager = get_classes(
    'catalogue.managers', ['ProductManager', 'BrowsableProductManager'])

Selector = get_class('partner.strategy', 'Selector')

[docs]class AbstractProductClass(models.Model): """ Used for defining options and attributes for a subset of products. E.g. Books, DVDs and Toys. A product can only belong to one product class. At least one product class must be created when setting up a new Oscar deployment. Not necessarily equivalent to top-level categories but usually will be. """ name = models.CharField(_('Name'), max_length=128) slug = AutoSlugField(_('Slug'), max_length=128, unique=True, populate_from='name') #: Some product type don't require shipping (eg digital products) - we use #: this field to take some shortcuts in the checkout. requires_shipping = models.BooleanField(_("Requires shipping?"), default=True) #: Digital products generally don't require their stock levels to be #: tracked. track_stock = models.BooleanField(_("Track stock levels?"), default=True) #: These are the options (set by the user when they add to basket) for this #: item class. For instance, a product class of "SMS message" would always #: require a message to be specified before it could be bought. #: Note that you can also set options on a per-product level. options = models.ManyToManyField( 'catalogue.Option', blank=True, verbose_name=_("Options")) class Meta: abstract = True app_label = 'catalogue' ordering = ['name'] verbose_name = _("Product class") verbose_name_plural = _("Product classes") def __str__(self): return @property def has_attributes(self): return self.attributes.exists()
[docs]class AbstractCategory(MP_Node): """ A product category. Merely used for navigational purposes; has no effects on business logic. Uses django-treebeard. """ name = models.CharField(_('Name'), max_length=255, db_index=True) description = models.TextField(_('Description'), blank=True) image = models.ImageField(_('Image'), upload_to='categories', blank=True, null=True, max_length=255) slug = models.SlugField(_('Slug'), max_length=255, db_index=True) _slug_separator = '/' _full_name_separator = ' > ' def __str__(self): return self.full_name @property
[docs] def full_name(self): """ Returns a string representation of the category and it's ancestors, e.g. 'Books > Non-fiction > Essential programming'. It's rarely used in Oscar's codebase, but used to be stored as a CharField and is hence kept for backwards compatibility. It's also sufficiently useful to keep around. """ names = [ for category in self.get_ancestors_and_self()] return self._full_name_separator.join(names)
[docs] def full_slug(self): """ Returns a string of this category's slug concatenated with the slugs of it's ancestors, e.g. 'books/non-fiction/essential-programming'. Oscar used to store this as in the 'slug' model field, but this field has been re-purposed to only store this category's slug and to not include it's ancestors' slugs. """ slugs = [category.slug for category in self.get_ancestors_and_self()] return self._slug_separator.join(slugs)
[docs] def generate_slug(self): """ Generates a slug for a category. This makes no attempt at generating a unique slug. """ return slugify(
[docs] def ensure_slug_uniqueness(self): """ Ensures that the category's slug is unique amongst it's siblings. This is inefficient and probably not thread-safe. """ unique_slug = self.slug siblings = self.get_siblings().exclude( next_num = 2 while siblings.filter(slug=unique_slug).exists(): unique_slug = '{slug}_{end}'.format(slug=self.slug, end=next_num) next_num += 1 if unique_slug != self.slug: self.slug = unique_slug
[docs] def save(self, *args, **kwargs): """ Oscar traditionally auto-generated slugs from names. As that is often convenient, we still do so if a slug is not supplied through other means. If you want to control slug creation, just create instances with a slug already set, or expose a field on the appropriate forms. """ if self.slug: # Slug was supplied. Hands off! super(AbstractCategory, self).save(*args, **kwargs) else: self.slug = self.generate_slug() super(AbstractCategory, self).save(*args, **kwargs) # We auto-generated a slug, so we need to make sure that it's # unique. As we need to be able to inspect the category's siblings # for that, we need to wait until the instance is saved. We # update the slug and save again if necessary. self.ensure_slug_uniqueness()
[docs] def get_ancestors_and_self(self): """ Gets ancestors and includes itself. Use treebeard's get_ancestors if you don't want to include the category itself. It's a separate function as it's commonly used in templates. """ return list(self.get_ancestors()) + [self]
[docs] def get_descendants_and_self(self): """ Gets descendants and includes itself. Use treebeard's get_descendants if you don't want to include the category itself. It's a separate function as it's commonly used in templates. """ return list(self.get_descendants()) + [self]
[docs] def get_absolute_url(self): """ Our URL scheme means we have to look up the category's ancestors. As that is a bit more expensive, we cache the generated URL. That is safe even for a stale cache, as the default implementation of ProductCategoryView does the lookup via primary key anyway. But if you change that logic, you'll have to reconsider the caching approach. """ cache_key = 'CATEGORY_URL_%s' % url = cache.get(cache_key) if not url: url = reverse( 'catalogue:category', kwargs={'category_slug': self.full_slug, 'pk':}) cache.set(cache_key, url) return url
class Meta: abstract = True app_label = 'catalogue' ordering = ['path'] verbose_name = _('Category') verbose_name_plural = _('Categories') def has_children(self): return self.get_num_children() > 0 def get_num_children(self): return self.get_children().count()
[docs]class AbstractProductCategory(models.Model): """ Joining model between products and categories. Exists to allow customising. """ product = models.ForeignKey('catalogue.Product', verbose_name=_("Product")) category = models.ForeignKey('catalogue.Category', verbose_name=_("Category")) class Meta: abstract = True app_label = 'catalogue' ordering = ['product', 'category'] unique_together = ('product', 'category') verbose_name = _('Product category') verbose_name_plural = _('Product categories') def __str__(self): return u"<productcategory for product '%s'>" % self.product
[docs]class AbstractProduct(models.Model): """ The base product object There's three kinds of products; they're distinguished by the structure field. - A stand alone product. Regular product that lives by itself. - A child product. All child products have a parent product. They're a specific version of the parent. - A parent product. It essentially represents a set of products. An example could be a yoga course, which is a parent product. The different times/locations of the courses would be associated with the child products. """ STANDALONE, PARENT, CHILD = 'standalone', 'parent', 'child' STRUCTURE_CHOICES = ( (STANDALONE, _('Stand-alone product')), (PARENT, _('Parent product')), (CHILD, _('Child product')) ) structure = models.CharField( _("Product structure"), max_length=10, choices=STRUCTURE_CHOICES, default=STANDALONE) upc = NullCharField( _("UPC"), max_length=64, blank=True, null=True, unique=True, help_text=_("Universal Product Code (UPC) is an identifier for " "a product which is not specific to a particular " " supplier. Eg an ISBN for a book.")) parent = models.ForeignKey( 'self', null=True, blank=True, related_name='children', verbose_name=_("Parent product"), help_text=_("Only choose a parent product if you're creating a child " "product. For example if this is a size " "4 of a particular t-shirt. Leave blank if this is a " "stand-alone product (i.e. there is only one version of" " this product).")) # Title is mandatory for canonical products but optional for child products title = models.CharField(pgettext_lazy(u'Product title', u'Title'), max_length=255, blank=True) slug = models.SlugField(_('Slug'), max_length=255, unique=False) description = models.TextField(_('Description'), blank=True) #: "Kind" of product, e.g. T-Shirt, Book, etc. #: None for child products, they inherit their parent's product class product_class = models.ForeignKey( 'catalogue.ProductClass', null=True, blank=True, on_delete=models.PROTECT, verbose_name=_('Product type'), related_name="products", help_text=_("Choose what type of product this is")) attributes = models.ManyToManyField( 'catalogue.ProductAttribute', through='ProductAttributeValue', verbose_name=_("Attributes"), help_text=_("A product attribute is something that this product may " "have, such as a size, as specified by its class")) #: It's possible to have options product class-wide, and per product. product_options = models.ManyToManyField( 'catalogue.Option', blank=True, verbose_name=_("Product options"), help_text=_("Options are values that can be associated with a item " "when it is added to a customer's basket. This could be " "something like a personalised message to be printed on " "a T-shirt.")) recommended_products = models.ManyToManyField( 'catalogue.Product', through='ProductRecommendation', blank=True, verbose_name=_("Recommended products"), help_text=_("These are products that are recommended to accompany the " "main product.")) # Denormalised product rating - used by reviews app. # Product has no ratings if rating is None rating = models.FloatField(_('Rating'), null=True, editable=False) date_created = models.DateTimeField(_("Date created"), auto_now_add=True) # This field is used by Haystack to reindex search date_updated = models.DateTimeField( _("Date updated"), auto_now=True, db_index=True) categories = models.ManyToManyField( 'catalogue.Category', through='ProductCategory', verbose_name=_("Categories")) #: Determines if a product may be used in an offer. It is illegal to #: discount some types of product (e.g. ebooks) and this field helps #: merchants from avoiding discounting such products #: Note that this flag is ignored for child products; they inherit from #: the parent product. is_discountable = models.BooleanField( _("Is discountable?"), default=True, help_text=_( "This flag indicates if this product can be used in an offer " "or not")) objects = ProductManager() browsable = BrowsableProductManager() class Meta: abstract = True app_label = 'catalogue' ordering = ['-date_created'] verbose_name = _('Product') verbose_name_plural = _('Products') def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs): super(AbstractProduct, self).__init__(*args, **kwargs) self.attr = ProductAttributesContainer(product=self) def __str__(self): if self.title: return self.title if self.attribute_summary: return u"%s (%s)" % (self.get_title(), self.attribute_summary) else: return self.get_title()
[docs] def get_absolute_url(self): """ Return a product's absolute url """ return reverse('catalogue:detail', kwargs={'product_slug': self.slug, 'pk':})
[docs] def clean(self): """ Validate a product. Those are the rules: +---------------+-------------+--------------+--------------+ | | stand alone | parent | child | +---------------+-------------+--------------+--------------+ | title | required | required | optional | +---------------+-------------+--------------+--------------+ | product class | required | required | must be None | +---------------+-------------+--------------+--------------+ | parent | forbidden | forbidden | required | +---------------+-------------+--------------+--------------+ | stockrecords | 0 or more | forbidden | 0 or more | +---------------+-------------+--------------+--------------+ | categories | 1 or more | 1 or more | forbidden | +---------------+-------------+--------------+--------------+ | attributes | optional | optional | optional | +---------------+-------------+--------------+--------------+ | rec. products | optional | optional | unsupported | +---------------+-------------+--------------+--------------+ | options | optional | optional | forbidden | +---------------+-------------+--------------+--------------+ Because the validation logic is quite complex, validation is delegated to the sub method appropriate for the product's structure. """ getattr(self, '_clean_%s' % self.structure)() if not self.is_parent: self.attr.validate_attributes()
def _clean_standalone(self): """ Validates a stand-alone product """ if not self.title: raise ValidationError(_("Your product must have a title.")) if not self.product_class: raise ValidationError(_("Your product must have a product class.")) if self.parent_id: raise ValidationError(_("Only child products can have a parent.")) def _clean_child(self): """ Validates a child product """ if not self.parent_id: raise ValidationError(_("A child product needs a parent.")) if self.parent_id and not self.parent.is_parent: raise ValidationError( _("You can only assign child products to parent products.")) if self.product_class: raise ValidationError( _("A child product can't have a product class.")) if and self.categories.exists(): raise ValidationError( _("A child product can't have a category assigned.")) # Note that we only forbid options on product level if and self.product_options.exists(): raise ValidationError( _("A child product can't have options.")) def _clean_parent(self): """ Validates a parent product. """ self._clean_standalone() if self.has_stockrecords: raise ValidationError( _("A parent product can't have stockrecords.")) def save(self, *args, **kwargs): if not self.slug: self.slug = slugify(self.get_title()) super(AbstractProduct, self).save(*args, **kwargs) # Properties @property def is_standalone(self): return self.structure == self.STANDALONE @property def is_parent(self): return self.structure == self.PARENT @property def is_child(self): return self.structure == self.CHILD
[docs] def can_be_parent(self, give_reason=False): """ Helps decide if a the product can be turned into a parent product. """ reason = None if self.is_child: reason = _('The specified parent product is a child product.') if self.has_stockrecords: reason = _( "One can't add a child product to a product with stock" " records.") is_valid = reason is None if give_reason: return is_valid, reason else: return is_valid
[docs] def options(self): """ Returns a set of all valid options for this product. It's possible to have options product class-wide, and per product. """ pclass_options = self.get_product_class().options.all() return set(pclass_options) or set(self.product_options.all())
@property def is_shipping_required(self): return self.get_product_class().requires_shipping @property
[docs] def has_stockrecords(self): """ Test if this product has any stockrecords """ return self.stockrecords.exists()
@property def num_stockrecords(self): return self.stockrecords.count() @property
[docs] def attribute_summary(self): """ Return a string of all of a product's attributes """ attributes = self.attribute_values.all() pairs = [attribute.summary() for attribute in attributes] return ", ".join(pairs) # The two properties below are deprecated because determining minimum # price is not as trivial as it sounds considering multiple stockrecords, # currencies, tax, etc. # The current implementation is very naive and only works for a limited # set of use cases. # At the very least, we should pass in the request and # user. Hence, it's best done as an extension to a Strategy class. # Once that is accomplished, these properties should be removed.
@property @deprecated def min_child_price_incl_tax(self): """ Return minimum child product price including tax. """ return self._min_child_price('incl_tax') @property @deprecated def min_child_price_excl_tax(self): """ Return minimum child product price excluding tax. This is a very naive approach; see the deprecation notice above. And only use it for display purposes (e.g. "new Oscar shirt, prices starting from $9.50"). """ return self._min_child_price('excl_tax') def _min_child_price(self, prop): """ Return minimum child product price. This is for visual purposes only. It ignores currencies, most of the Strategy logic for selecting stockrecords, knows nothing about the current user or request, etc. It's only here to ensure backwards-compatibility; the previous implementation wasn't any better. """ strategy = Selector().strategy() children_stock = strategy.select_children_stockrecords(self) prices = [ strategy.pricing_policy(child, stockrecord) for child, stockrecord in children_stock] raw_prices = sorted([getattr(price, prop) for price in prices]) return raw_prices[0] if raw_prices else None # Wrappers for child products
[docs] def get_title(self): """ Return a product's title or it's parent's title if it has no title """ title = self.title if not title and self.parent_id: title = self.parent.title return title
get_title.short_description = pgettext_lazy(u"Product title", u"Title")
[docs] def get_product_class(self): """ Return a product's item class. Child products inherit their parent's. """ if self.is_child: return self.parent.product_class else: return self.product_class
get_product_class.short_description = _("Product class")
[docs] def get_is_discountable(self): """ At the moment, is_discountable can't be set individually for child products; they inherit it from their parent. """ if self.is_child: return self.parent.is_discountable else: return self.is_discountable
[docs] def get_categories(self): """ Return a product's categories or parent's if there is a parent product. """ if self.is_child: return self.parent.categories else: return self.categories
get_categories.short_description = _("Categories") # Images
[docs] def get_missing_image(self): """ Returns a missing image object. """ # This class should have a 'name' property so it mimics the Django file # field. return MissingProductImage()
[docs] def primary_image(self): """ Returns the primary image for a product. Usually used when one can only display one product image, e.g. in a list of products. """ images = self.images.all() ordering = self.images.model.Meta.ordering if not ordering or ordering[0] != 'display_order': # Only apply order_by() if a custom model doesn't use default # ordering. Applying order_by() busts the prefetch cache of # the ProductManager images = images.order_by('display_order') try: return images[0] except IndexError: # We return a dict with fields that mirror the key properties of # the ProductImage class so this missing image can be used # interchangeably in templates. Strategy pattern ftw! return { 'original': self.get_missing_image(), 'caption': '', 'is_missing': True} # Updating methods
[docs] def update_rating(self): """ Recalculate rating field """ self.rating = self.calculate_rating()
update_rating.alters_data = True
[docs] def calculate_rating(self): """ Calculate rating value """ result = ).aggregate( sum=Sum('score'), count=Count('id')) reviews_sum = result['sum'] or 0 reviews_count = result['count'] or 0 rating = None if reviews_count > 0: rating = float(reviews_sum) / reviews_count return rating
def has_review_by(self, user): if user.is_anonymous(): return False return
[docs] def is_review_permitted(self, user): """ Determines whether a user may add a review on this product. Default implementation respects OSCAR_ALLOW_ANON_REVIEWS and only allows leaving one review per user and product. Override this if you want to alter the default behaviour; e.g. enforce that a user purchased the product to be allowed to leave a review. """ if user.is_authenticated() or settings.OSCAR_ALLOW_ANON_REVIEWS: return not self.has_review_by(user) else: return False
@cached_property def num_approved_reviews(self): return
[docs]class AbstractProductRecommendation(models.Model): """ 'Through' model for product recommendations """ primary = models.ForeignKey( 'catalogue.Product', related_name='primary_recommendations', verbose_name=_("Primary product")) recommendation = models.ForeignKey( 'catalogue.Product', verbose_name=_("Recommended product")) ranking = models.PositiveSmallIntegerField( _('Ranking'), default=0, help_text=_('Determines order of the products. A product with a higher' ' value will appear before one with a lower ranking.')) class Meta: abstract = True app_label = 'catalogue' ordering = ['primary', '-ranking'] unique_together = ('primary', 'recommendation') verbose_name = _('Product recommendation') verbose_name_plural = _('Product recomendations')
[docs]class ProductAttributesContainer(object): """ Stolen liberally from django-eav, but simplified to be product-specific To set attributes on a product, use the `attr` attribute: product.attr.weight = 125 """ def __setstate__(self, state): self.__dict__ = state self.initialised = False def __init__(self, product): self.product = product self.initialised = False def __getattr__(self, name): if not name.startswith('_') and not self.initialised: values = self.get_values().select_related('attribute') for v in values: setattr(self, v.attribute.code, v.value) self.initialised = True return getattr(self, name) raise AttributeError( _("%(obj)s has no attribute named '%(attr)s'") % { 'obj': self.product.get_product_class(), 'attr': name}) def validate_attributes(self): for attribute in self.get_all_attributes(): value = getattr(self, attribute.code, None) if value is None: if attribute.required: raise ValidationError( _("%(attr)s attribute cannot be blank") % {'attr': attribute.code}) else: try: attribute.validate_value(value) except ValidationError as e: raise ValidationError( _("%(attr)s attribute %(err)s") % {'attr': attribute.code, 'err': e}) def get_values(self): return self.product.attribute_values.all() def get_value_by_attribute(self, attribute): return self.get_values().get(attribute=attribute) def get_all_attributes(self): return self.product.get_product_class().attributes.all() def get_attribute_by_code(self, code): return self.get_all_attributes().get(code=code) def __iter__(self): return iter(self.get_values()) def save(self): for attribute in self.get_all_attributes(): if hasattr(self, attribute.code): value = getattr(self, attribute.code) attribute.save_value(self.product, value)
[docs]class AbstractProductAttribute(models.Model): """ Defines an attribute for a product class. (For example, number_of_pages for a 'book' class) """ product_class = models.ForeignKey( 'catalogue.ProductClass', related_name='attributes', blank=True, null=True, verbose_name=_("Product type")) name = models.CharField(_('Name'), max_length=128) code = models.SlugField( _('Code'), max_length=128, validators=[ RegexValidator( regex=r'^[a-zA-Z_][0-9a-zA-Z_]*$', message=_( "Code can only contain the letters a-z, A-Z, digits, " "and underscores, and can't start with a digit")), non_python_keyword ]) # Attribute types TEXT = "text" INTEGER = "integer" BOOLEAN = "boolean" FLOAT = "float" RICHTEXT = "richtext" DATE = "date" OPTION = "option" ENTITY = "entity" FILE = "file" IMAGE = "image" TYPE_CHOICES = ( (TEXT, _("Text")), (INTEGER, _("Integer")), (BOOLEAN, _("True / False")), (FLOAT, _("Float")), (RICHTEXT, _("Rich Text")), (DATE, _("Date")), (OPTION, _("Option")), (ENTITY, _("Entity")), (FILE, _("File")), (IMAGE, _("Image")), ) type = models.CharField( choices=TYPE_CHOICES, default=TYPE_CHOICES[0][0], max_length=20, verbose_name=_("Type")) option_group = models.ForeignKey( 'catalogue.AttributeOptionGroup', blank=True, null=True, verbose_name=_("Option Group"), help_text=_('Select an option group if using type "Option"')) required = models.BooleanField(_('Required'), default=False) class Meta: abstract = True app_label = 'catalogue' ordering = ['code'] verbose_name = _('Product attribute') verbose_name_plural = _('Product attributes') @property def is_option(self): return self.type == self.OPTION @property def is_file(self): return self.type in [self.FILE, self.IMAGE] def __str__(self): return def save_value(self, product, value): ProductAttributeValue = get_model('catalogue', 'ProductAttributeValue') try: value_obj = product.attribute_values.get(attribute=self) except ProductAttributeValue.DoesNotExist: # FileField uses False for announcing deletion of the file # not creating a new value delete_file = self.is_file and value is False if value is None or value == '' or delete_file: return value_obj = ProductAttributeValue.objects.create( product=product, attribute=self) if self.is_file: # File fields in Django are treated differently, see # django.db.models.fields.FileField and method save_form_data if value is None: # No change return elif value is False: # Delete file value_obj.delete() else: # New uploaded file value_obj.value = value else: if value is None or value == '': value_obj.delete() return if value != value_obj.value: value_obj.value = value def validate_value(self, value): validator = getattr(self, '_validate_%s' % self.type) validator(value) # Validators def _validate_text(self, value): if not isinstance(value, six.string_types): raise ValidationError(_("Must be str or unicode")) _validate_richtext = _validate_text def _validate_float(self, value): try: float(value) except ValueError: raise ValidationError(_("Must be a float")) def _validate_integer(self, value): try: int(value) except ValueError: raise ValidationError(_("Must be an integer")) def _validate_date(self, value): if not (isinstance(value, datetime) or isinstance(value, date)): raise ValidationError(_("Must be a date or datetime")) def _validate_boolean(self, value): if not type(value) == bool: raise ValidationError(_("Must be a boolean")) def _validate_entity(self, value): if not isinstance(value, models.Model): raise ValidationError(_("Must be a model instance")) def _validate_option(self, value): if not isinstance(value, get_model('catalogue', 'AttributeOption')): raise ValidationError( _("Must be an AttributeOption model object instance")) if not raise ValidationError(_("AttributeOption has not been saved yet")) valid_values = self.option_group.options.values_list( 'option', flat=True) if value.option not in valid_values: raise ValidationError( _("%(enum)s is not a valid choice for %(attr)s") % {'enum': value, 'attr': self}) def _validate_file(self, value): if value and not isinstance(value, File): raise ValidationError(_("Must be a file field")) _validate_image = _validate_file
[docs]class AbstractProductAttributeValue(models.Model): """ The "through" model for the m2m relationship between catalogue.Product and catalogue.ProductAttribute. This specifies the value of the attribute for a particular product For example: number_of_pages = 295 """ attribute = models.ForeignKey( 'catalogue.ProductAttribute', verbose_name=_("Attribute")) product = models.ForeignKey( 'catalogue.Product', related_name='attribute_values', verbose_name=_("Product")) value_text = models.TextField(_('Text'), blank=True, null=True) value_integer = models.IntegerField(_('Integer'), blank=True, null=True) value_boolean = models.NullBooleanField(_('Boolean'), blank=True) value_float = models.FloatField(_('Float'), blank=True, null=True) value_richtext = models.TextField(_('Richtext'), blank=True, null=True) value_date = models.DateField(_('Date'), blank=True, null=True) value_option = models.ForeignKey( 'catalogue.AttributeOption', blank=True, null=True, verbose_name=_("Value option")) value_file = models.FileField( upload_to=settings.OSCAR_IMAGE_FOLDER, max_length=255, blank=True, null=True) value_image = models.ImageField( upload_to=settings.OSCAR_IMAGE_FOLDER, max_length=255, blank=True, null=True) value_entity = GenericForeignKey( 'entity_content_type', 'entity_object_id') entity_content_type = models.ForeignKey( ContentType, null=True, blank=True, editable=False) entity_object_id = models.PositiveIntegerField( null=True, blank=True, editable=False) def _get_value(self): return getattr(self, 'value_%s' % self.attribute.type) def _set_value(self, new_value): if self.attribute.is_option and isinstance(new_value, six.string_types): # Need to look up instance of AttributeOption new_value = self.attribute.option_group.options.get( option=new_value) setattr(self, 'value_%s' % self.attribute.type, new_value) value = property(_get_value, _set_value) class Meta: abstract = True app_label = 'catalogue' unique_together = ('attribute', 'product') verbose_name = _('Product attribute value') verbose_name_plural = _('Product attribute values') def __str__(self): return self.summary()
[docs] def summary(self): """ Gets a string representation of both the attribute and it's value, used e.g in product summaries. """ return u"%s: %s" % (, self.value_as_text)
[docs] def value_as_text(self): """ Returns a string representation of the attribute's value. To customise e.g. image attribute values, declare a _image_as_text property and return something appropriate. """ property_name = '_%s_as_text' % self.attribute.type return getattr(self, property_name, self.value)
@property def _richtext_as_text(self): return strip_tags(self.value) @property def _entity_as_text(self): """ Returns the unicode representation of the related model. You likely want to customise this (and maybe _entity_as_html) if you use entities. """ return six.text_type(self.value) @property
[docs] def value_as_html(self): """ Returns a HTML representation of the attribute's value. To customise e.g. image attribute values, declare a _image_as_html property and return e.g. an <img> tag. Defaults to the _as_text representation. """ property_name = '_%s_as_html' % self.attribute.type return getattr(self, property_name, self.value_as_text)
@property def _richtext_as_html(self): return mark_safe(self.value)
[docs]class AbstractAttributeOptionGroup(models.Model): """ Defines a group of options that collectively may be used as an attribute type For example, Language """ name = models.CharField(_('Name'), max_length=128) def __str__(self): return class Meta: abstract = True app_label = 'catalogue' verbose_name = _('Attribute option group') verbose_name_plural = _('Attribute option groups') @property def option_summary(self): options = [o.option for o in self.options.all()] return ", ".join(options)
[docs]class AbstractAttributeOption(models.Model): """ Provides an option within an option group for an attribute type Examples: In a Language group, English, Greek, French """ group = models.ForeignKey( 'catalogue.AttributeOptionGroup', related_name='options', verbose_name=_("Group")) option = models.CharField(_('Option'), max_length=255) def __str__(self): return self.option class Meta: abstract = True app_label = 'catalogue' verbose_name = _('Attribute option') verbose_name_plural = _('Attribute options')
[docs]class AbstractOption(models.Model): """ An option that can be selected for a particular item when the product is added to the basket. For example, a list ID for an SMS message send, or a personalised message to print on a T-shirt. This is not the same as an 'attribute' as options do not have a fixed value for a particular item. Instead, option need to be specified by a customer when they add the item to their basket. """ name = models.CharField(_("Name"), max_length=128) code = AutoSlugField(_("Code"), max_length=128, unique=True, populate_from='name') REQUIRED, OPTIONAL = ('Required', 'Optional') TYPE_CHOICES = ( (REQUIRED, _("Required - a value for this option must be specified")), (OPTIONAL, _("Optional - a value for this option can be omitted")), ) type = models.CharField(_("Status"), max_length=128, default=REQUIRED, choices=TYPE_CHOICES) class Meta: abstract = True app_label = 'catalogue' verbose_name = _("Option") verbose_name_plural = _("Options") def __str__(self): return @property def is_required(self): return self.type == self.REQUIRED
[docs]class MissingProductImage(object): """ Mimics a Django file field by having a name property. sorl-thumbnail requires all it's images to be in MEDIA_ROOT. This class tries symlinking the default "missing image" image in STATIC_ROOT into MEDIA_ROOT for convenience, as that is necessary every time an Oscar project is setup. This avoids the less helpful NotFound IOError that would be raised when sorl-thumbnail tries to access it. """ def __init__(self, name=None): = name if name else settings.OSCAR_MISSING_IMAGE_URL media_file_path = os.path.join(settings.MEDIA_ROOT, # don't try to symlink if MEDIA_ROOT is not set (e.g. running tests) if settings.MEDIA_ROOT and not os.path.exists(media_file_path): self.symlink_missing_image(media_file_path) def symlink_missing_image(self, media_file_path): static_file_path = find('oscar/img/%s' % if static_file_path is not None: try: os.symlink(static_file_path, media_file_path) except OSError: raise ImproperlyConfigured(( "Please copy/symlink the " "'missing image' image at %s into your MEDIA_ROOT at %s. " "This exception was raised because Oscar was unable to " "symlink it for you.") % (media_file_path, settings.MEDIA_ROOT)) else: "Symlinked the 'missing image' image at %s into your " "MEDIA_ROOT at %s") % (media_file_path, settings.MEDIA_ROOT))
[docs]class AbstractProductImage(models.Model): """ An image of a product """ product = models.ForeignKey( 'catalogue.Product', related_name='images', verbose_name=_("Product")) original = models.ImageField( _("Original"), upload_to=settings.OSCAR_IMAGE_FOLDER, max_length=255) caption = models.CharField(_("Caption"), max_length=200, blank=True) #: Use display_order to determine which is the "primary" image display_order = models.PositiveIntegerField( _("Display order"), default=0, help_text=_("An image with a display order of zero will be the primary" " image for a product")) date_created = models.DateTimeField(_("Date created"), auto_now_add=True) class Meta: abstract = True app_label = 'catalogue' # Any custom models should ensure that this ordering is unchanged, or # your query count will explode. See AbstractProduct.primary_image. ordering = ["display_order"] unique_together = ("product", "display_order") verbose_name = _('Product image') verbose_name_plural = _('Product images') def __str__(self): return u"Image of '%s'" % self.product
[docs] def is_primary(self): """ Return bool if image display order is 0 """ return self.display_order == 0
[docs] def delete(self, *args, **kwargs): """ Always keep the display_order as consecutive integers. This avoids issue #855. """ super(AbstractProductImage, self).delete(*args, **kwargs) for idx, image in enumerate(self.product.images.all()): image.display_order = idx