Here’s an error I encountered while migrating a Django project from my PC to Mac. Nothing related to the difference in architecture but as I later learned, the solution was quite simple and comes out of the box in Django.
OperationalError at /admin/exp/expense/add/ no such table: exp_expense Request Method: POST Request URL: http://127.0.0.1:8000/admin/exp/expense/add/ Django Version: 2.2.16 Exception Type: OperationalError Exception Value: no such table: exp_expense Exception Location: D:\apps\anaconda3\lib\site-packages\django\db\backends\sqlite3\base.py in execute, line 383 Python Executable: D:\apps\anaconda3\python.exe Python Version: 3.8.3 Python Path: ['C:\\Users\\Sukhbinder\\Desktop\\PROJECTS\\exptest\\test_exp',
(sdh_env) (base) C:\Users\Sukhbinder\Desktop\PROJECTS\exptest\test_exp>python manage.py migrate --run-syncdb
Operations to perform:
Synchronize unmigrated apps: exp, messages, rest_framework, staticfiles
Apply all migrations: admin, auth, contenttypes, sessions
Synchronizing apps without migrations:
Creating table exp_expense
Running deferred SQL…
No migrations to apply.
That’s it. Addition of –run_syncdb in the migrate command.
python manage.py migrate --run_syncdb
Have you faced anything similar?