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reviewboard.site.models

class LocalSite(*args, **kwargs)[source]

Bases: django.db.models.base.Model

A division within a Review Board installation.

This allows the creation of independent, isolated divisions within a given server. Users can be designated as members of a LocalSite, and optionally as admins (which allows them to manipulate the repositories, groups and users in the site).

Pretty much every other model in this module can all be assigned to a single LocalSite, at which point only members will be able to see or manipulate these objects. Access control is performed at every level, and consistency is enforced through a liberal sprinkling of assertions and unit tests.

ALL = <LocalSite.ALL>[source]

A sentinel indicating all LocalSites.

This is supported by some functions to perform a query against all LocalSites, as opposed to either a single LocalSite instance or the global site through None.

Check the documentation for a function’s argument to determine whether this is supported.

New in version 5.0.

name[source]

A wrapper for a deferred-loading field. When the value is read from this object the first time, the query is executed.

public[source]

A wrapper for a deferred-loading field. When the value is read from this object the first time, the query is executed.

users[source]

Accessor to the related objects manager on the forward and reverse sides of a many-to-many relation.

In the example:

class Pizza(Model):
    toppings = ManyToManyField(Topping, related_name='pizzas')

Pizza.toppings and Topping.pizzas are ManyToManyDescriptor instances.

Most of the implementation is delegated to a dynamically defined manager class built by create_forward_many_to_many_manager() defined below.

admins[source]

Accessor to the related objects manager on the forward and reverse sides of a many-to-many relation.

In the example:

class Pizza(Model):
    toppings = ManyToManyField(Topping, related_name='pizzas')

Pizza.toppings and Topping.pizzas are ManyToManyDescriptor instances.

Most of the implementation is delegated to a dynamically defined manager class built by create_forward_many_to_many_manager() defined below.

extra_data[source]

A wrapper for a deferred-loading field. When the value is read from this object the first time, the query is executed.

objects = <reviewboard.site.managers.LocalSiteManager object>[source]
is_accessible_by(user)[source]

Returns whether or not the user has access to this LocalSite.

This checks that the user is logged in, and that they’re listed in the ‘users’ field.

is_mutable_by(user, perm='site.change_localsite')[source]

Returns whether or not a user can modify settings in a LocalSite.

This checks that the user is either staff with the proper permissions, or that they’re listed in the ‘admins’ field.

By default, this is checking whether the LocalSite itself can be modified, but a different permission can be passed to check for another object.

__str__()[source]

Return str(self).

__annotations__ = {}
default_reviewers

Accessor to the related objects manager on the reverse side of a many-to-one relation.

In the example:

class Child(Model):
    parent = ForeignKey(Parent, related_name='children')

Parent.children is a ReverseManyToOneDescriptor instance.

Most of the implementation is delegated to a dynamically defined manager class built by create_forward_many_to_many_manager() defined below.

file_attachments

Accessor to the related objects manager on the reverse side of a many-to-one relation.

In the example:

class Child(Model):
    parent = ForeignKey(Parent, related_name='children')

Parent.children is a ReverseManyToOneDescriptor instance.

Most of the implementation is delegated to a dynamically defined manager class built by create_forward_many_to_many_manager() defined below.

get_extra_data_json()
groups

Accessor to the related objects manager on the reverse side of a many-to-one relation.

In the example:

class Child(Model):
    parent = ForeignKey(Parent, related_name='children')

Parent.children is a ReverseManyToOneDescriptor instance.

Most of the implementation is delegated to a dynamically defined manager class built by create_forward_many_to_many_manager() defined below.

hosting_service_accounts

Accessor to the related objects manager on the reverse side of a many-to-one relation.

In the example:

class Child(Model):
    parent = ForeignKey(Parent, related_name='children')

Parent.children is a ReverseManyToOneDescriptor instance.

Most of the implementation is delegated to a dynamically defined manager class built by create_forward_many_to_many_manager() defined below.

id

A wrapper for a deferred-loading field. When the value is read from this object the first time, the query is executed.

integration_configs

Accessor to the related objects manager on the reverse side of a many-to-one relation.

In the example:

class Child(Model):
    parent = ForeignKey(Parent, related_name='children')

Parent.children is a ReverseManyToOneDescriptor instance.

Most of the implementation is delegated to a dynamically defined manager class built by create_forward_many_to_many_manager() defined below.

oauth_applications

Accessor to the related objects manager on the reverse side of a many-to-one relation.

In the example:

class Child(Model):
    parent = ForeignKey(Parent, related_name='children')

Parent.children is a ReverseManyToOneDescriptor instance.

Most of the implementation is delegated to a dynamically defined manager class built by create_forward_many_to_many_manager() defined below.

repository_set

Accessor to the related objects manager on the reverse side of a many-to-one relation.

In the example:

class Child(Model):
    parent = ForeignKey(Parent, related_name='children')

Parent.children is a ReverseManyToOneDescriptor instance.

Most of the implementation is delegated to a dynamically defined manager class built by create_forward_many_to_many_manager() defined below.

review_requests

Accessor to the related objects manager on the reverse side of a many-to-one relation.

In the example:

class Child(Model):
    parent = ForeignKey(Parent, related_name='children')

Parent.children is a ReverseManyToOneDescriptor instance.

Most of the implementation is delegated to a dynamically defined manager class built by create_forward_many_to_many_manager() defined below.

set_extra_data_json(json)
site_profiles

Accessor to the related objects manager on the reverse side of a many-to-one relation.

In the example:

class Child(Model):
    parent = ForeignKey(Parent, related_name='children')

Parent.children is a ReverseManyToOneDescriptor instance.

Most of the implementation is delegated to a dynamically defined manager class built by create_forward_many_to_many_manager() defined below.

trophies

Accessor to the related objects manager on the reverse side of a many-to-one relation.

In the example:

class Child(Model):
    parent = ForeignKey(Parent, related_name='children')

Parent.children is a ReverseManyToOneDescriptor instance.

Most of the implementation is delegated to a dynamically defined manager class built by create_forward_many_to_many_manager() defined below.

webapi_tokens

Accessor to the related objects manager on the reverse side of a many-to-one relation.

In the example:

class Child(Model):
    parent = ForeignKey(Parent, related_name='children')

Parent.children is a ReverseManyToOneDescriptor instance.

Most of the implementation is delegated to a dynamically defined manager class built by create_forward_many_to_many_manager() defined below.

webhooks

Accessor to the related objects manager on the reverse side of a many-to-one relation.

In the example:

class Child(Model):
    parent = ForeignKey(Parent, related_name='children')

Parent.children is a ReverseManyToOneDescriptor instance.

Most of the implementation is delegated to a dynamically defined manager class built by create_forward_many_to_many_manager() defined below.