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How to test container with Jinja2?

I have a project which does not support Jinja2. But I want to get some idea on how to test if a user is logged in with Jinja2. I am not very good with templates.


It sounds like you are wanting to test that a user is logged in. If that is the case, there are two ways you can do this. First, you can grab the requests.session variable at the end of your login function and use the Jinja2 filter {{ var.get() }}. If you call get() and the user is logged in, the user’s session will be available. If you call get() and the user is not logged in, a HTTPError will be raised and you can do whatever test you want to ensure the user is logged in.
if not requests.session.get(‘username’, ”):
# user is not logged in

Alternatively, you could redirect the user to your login page and test if they are redirected to it. However, if you’re doing this, it’s probably a good idea to use a class based view instead of a function based view.
def test_login(request):
if not requests.session.get(‘username’, ”):
return HttpResponseRedirect(‘/login’)


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