Basic usage

djreservation have two different approachs:
  • ProductReservationView: You have a shop cart for a reservation in determinate period of time.
  • SimpleProductReservation: You reserve one product in determinate period of time.

Both views inherit from CreateView. so all verifications and functions are included and of course you can overwrite.

The main diferent is the way how the user make a reservation


In this approach exist a button that start the reservation process, suppose your are the user, when start you need to set the period of time you want the reservation, then you reserve all products you want and as final step you finish the reservation and an email is send you.

How to implement that behaviour:

Create a view for reserve a product

from djreservation.views import ProductReservationView

class MyObjectReservation(ProductReservationView):
        base_model = MyObject     # required
        amount_field = 'quantity' # required
        extra_display_field = ['measurement_unit'] # not required

Set the urlpatterns in your

urlpatterns = [
        url(r"^reservation/create$", MyObjectReservation.as_view())


In this approach you can reserve a product for a period of time, like a room in a hotel.

from djreservation.views import SimpleProductReservation
from .models import MyModel

class RoomReservation(SimpleProductReservation):
    base_model = MyModel     # required
    amount_field = 'quantity'  # required
    max_amount_field = 'max_amount' # required
    extra_display_field = []  # not required

Set the urlpatterns in your

urlpatterns = [
        url(r"^reservationroom/create/(?<pk>\d+)$", RoomReservation.as_view())


djreservation require a template ‘base.html’ with the follow blocks

{% block css%} {%endblock%}

{% block content %}

{% block js %}

you can overwrite wathever template you want base in app templates