This section contains information, including examples, about how to use django-postgresql-manager in your existing Django projects or applications.
django-postgresql-manager ships with an example Django project which can be used to demonstrate the application. The example project is located in the contrib directory.
The following information also exists in the contrib/example-project/QUICKSTART file and describes the steps to run the example project. By following these instructions you will be able to use the web-based PostgreSQL manager in a few seconds.
The example project has the following requirements:
Once these are installed in your system, create the administrator role in your PostgreSQL Cluster:
CREATE ROLE administrator WITH LOGIN CREATEDB CREATEROLE PASSWORD '1234';
Then load the example project’s settings module in any text editor:
And make sure the postgresql_manager_conn database connection settings are correct, otherwise the Django project won’t be able to connect to the PostgreSQL Cluster.
Next synchronize the Django project database (test.db):
python manage.py syncdb
Make sure you create a root account when prompted.
Finally run Django’s internal web server:
python manage.py runserver 127.0.0.1:8000
Use any web browser to connect to the admin interface: