In this page, you can learn more about django-reportmail. I’ll show you helpful topics when you should address some sort of customising especially, appearing at your job.
How to change the mail template¶
This section you can learn the way to change template used for rendering report mail.
To change the template, you can simply apply the path to template as the ‘template’ argument
from django.core.management.base import BaseCommand from reportmail.command import apply_reporter class Command(BaseCommand): @apply_reporter("Title", template='yourapp/dataimport_report.txt') def handle(self, reporter, *args, **options): pass
By default, it uses reportmail/command_report.txt.
This template will take these values as context:
- stored_text: list of messages you stored.
- args: arguments of command calling.
- options: option arguments of command calling and some value of enviroments.
- command: module path for this command.
If you want to add another value, you can simply set item for the reporter.context atribute:
>>> reporter.context['some_additional_value'] = 'Hi, there'
How to change the way to report¶
Sometimes you want to change the way to report instead of admin mails.
To change, you can simply pass the committer argument for
For instance, If you want the reporter to output result to standard output,
you can use
reportmail.reporter.console_committer() like this:
from reportmail.reporter import console_committer >>> class Command(BaseCommand): ... @apply_reporter("Title", committer=console_committer) ... def handle(self, reporter, *args, **kwargs):
django-reportmail provides two committer functions from it’s own:
reportmail.reporter.admin_mail_committer(): sending as admin mail (default committer)
reportmail.reporter.manager_mail_committer(): sending as manager mail
reportmail.reporter.console_committer(): printing out to the standard output
Or, you can simply set a ‘Committer’ function to the
The committer is the function which to get ‘subject’ and ‘body’ string as positional argument
and cause some side-effects:
>>> def my_committer(subject, body): ... print(subject) ... print(body) >>> reporter.committer = my_committer
Notice that the implementation of this my_committer function is actually
It’s not so complex to create committers. Try it cheerfully if you want it.
You’ve already learned about django-reportmail good enough. If you need some reference for this linbrary, please refer API documentation. This will useful when you want to remind behaviors of each components.
If you’ve read whole documentation and have some questions or opinions, please raise a new issue at django-reportmail repository