Tastypie does its best to be a good third-party app, trying to interoperate with the widest range of Django environments it can. However, there are times where certain things aren’t possible. We’ll do our best to document them here.
ApiKey Database Index¶
ApiKey model was added to Tastypie, an index was lacking on the
key field. This was the case until the v0.9.12 release. The model was
updated & a migration was added (
0002_add_apikey_index.py). However, due
to the way MySQL works & the way Django generates index names, this migration
would fail miserably on many MySQL installs.
If you are using MySQL & the
ApiKey authentication class, you may need to
manually add an index for the the
ApiKey.key field. Something to the effect
BEGIN; -- LOLMySQL CREATE INDEX tastypie_apikey_key_index ON tastypie_apikey (`key`); COMMIT;