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To: From:Django Subject:[Django] #17726: Admin\'s Recent Actions broken for multiple admin site instances with unique registered models Date:Sun, 19 Feb 2012 18:52:51 -0000
 

#17726: Admin's Recent Actions broken for multiple admin site instances with unique
registered models
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Reporter: | Owner: nobody
smacleod | Status: new
Type: | Version: 1.3
Uncategorized | Keywords: admin, multiple admin sites, recent
Component: | actions
contrib.admin | Has patch: 0
Severity: Normal | UI/UX: 0
Triage Stage: |
Unreviewed |
Easy pickings: 0 |
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The Recent Actions list contains actions carried out from all admin site
instances a user has access to. This causes problems when there exists a
model which is not registered in all instances, and a User with access to
multiple instances. If an action is carried out on this model it will
appear in the recent list of all admin sites. If the model is not
registered to an instance, the link generated will be invalid.

Ex:
* AdminSite1 has model Model1 registered
* AdminSite2 does not have Model1 registered
* User has access to both admin sites
* User adds a Model1 in AdminSite1 (Action1)
* User visits AdminSite2, and clicks the Action1 link
* User is directed to an invalid URL (url for Model1 in AdminSite2)

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Ticket URL: <https://code.djangoproject.com/ticket/17726>
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