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Transaction table not being created.

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Pyramid/SQLAlchemy project, using alembic the version tables are being created fine but the Transaction table is not so when changes are made, I get the error:

ProgrammingError: (psycopg2.ProgrammingError) relation "transaction" does not exist LINE 1: INSERT INTO transaction (fxt, issued_at, id, remote_addr) VA... ^ [SQL: "INSERT INTO transaction (fxt, issued_at, id, remote_addr) VALUES (%(fxt)s, %(issued_at)s, nextval('transaction_id_seq'), %(remote_addr)s) RETURNING"] [parameters: {'fxt': None, 'issued_at': datetime.datetime(2020, 1, 28, 23, 1, 46, 849596), 'remote_addr': None}] (Background on this error at: Not doing anything fancy, just using the make_versioned/configure_mappers calls as in the examples.

Issue Analytics

  • State:closed
  • Created 4 years ago
  • Comments:12 (4 by maintainers)

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rs-richardlaucommented, Apr 12, 2021

I had a similar issue.

If you are using Alembic but NOT using Flask, then you need to manually import the models that are using versioning in alembic/, and then you can run the revision auto-generating feature of Alembic.

The below is a solution that doesn’t require you to manually create migration files. It’s not the cleanest, so I’m sure someone could suggest a neater way to do it.

My models/

from sqlalchemy_continuum import make_versioned


My alembic/

. . .

from sqlalchemy.orm import configure_mappers 
from import Report  # the model(s) that needs versioning

configure_mappers() # You need to call this after the import
. . .

Then you run:

pipenv run alembic revision --autogenerate -m "<revision message>"

This should create a migration file that creates the reports_version table (<your model>_version instead) and transaction table, along with all necessary indices. If you have more models to version, just add their imports before configure_mappers()

KeironOcommented, Dec 29, 2020

Oh wow, that was easy.

So, I created a table as I would any other:

class Transaction(Base):
    issued_at = db.Column(db.DateTime(), nullable=True)
    remote_addr = db.Column(db.String(50), nullable=True)

And it works 😄

Thank you, just need to get it to play nicely with marshmallow and we’re off to the races.

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