SQLAlchemy join with explicitly defined relationship not working

When I attempt to join to a table/object by explicitly defining the join condition, it does not attempt to join the tables. Can someone help me see what I am missing? Calling this method with foreignName=sss has no join on the SQL generated def getEvents(start=None, end=None, foreignName=None): query = Session().query(Event) if foreignName != None: query.join(ForeignTable,…

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Attach Cloudinary image to Rails model using ActiveStorage

I have a user model class User < ApplicationRecord has_one_attached :photo end I’m trying to: upload an image to Cloudinary via URL (this works) attach it to a user instance (this does not) Here is what I think should work user_img_response = Cloudinary::Uploader.upload(“https://www.formula1.com/content/dam/fom-website/manual/Misc/2019-Races/Monaco2019/Monaco%20chicane%20HAM%20VER%20sized.jpg.transform/9col/image.jpg”) img_id = user_img_response[“url”].match(/image\/upload.*/)[0] signature = “#{img_id}##{user_img_response[“signature”]}” preloaded_file = Cloudinary::PreloadedFile.new(signature) user = User.new(title:…

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return back()->withInput($request->input()) throws The GET method is not supported for this route. Supported methods: POST

I am getting this error “The GET method is not supported for this route. Supported methods: POST.” if there are any errors in a form. I can successfully post to my form but it throws during the return process. web.php Route::post(‘/services/book/hotel’, ‘HotelController@showbook’); Route::post(‘/services/book/hotelroom’, ‘HotelController@book’); book function is fairly lengthy but ends in if($responseSuccess){ $error =…

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