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Settings

Graphene-Django can be customised using settings. This page explains each setting and their defaults.

Usage

Add settings to your Django project by creating a Dictonary with name GRAPHENE in the project's settings.py:

GRAPHENE = {
    ...
}

SCHEMA

The location of the top-level Schema class.

Default: None

GRAPHENE = {
    'SCHEMA': 'path.to.schema.schema',
}

SCHEMA_OUTPUT

The name of the file where the GraphQL schema output will go.

Default: schema.json

GRAPHENE = {
    'SCHEMA_OUTPUT': 'schema.json',
}

SCHEMA_INDENT

The indentation level of the schema output.

Default: 2

GRAPHENE = {
    'SCHEMA_INDENT': 2,
}

MIDDLEWARE

A tuple of middleware that will be executed for each GraphQL query.

See the middleware documentation for more information.

Default: ()

GRAPHENE = {
    'MIDDLEWARE': (
        'path.to.my.middleware.class',
    ),
}

RELAY_CONNECTION_ENFORCE_FIRST_OR_LAST

Enforces relay queries to have the first or last argument.

Default: False

GRAPHENE = {
    'RELAY_CONNECTION_ENFORCE_FIRST_OR_LAST': False,
}

RELAY_CONNECTION_MAX_LIMIT

The maximum size of objects that can be requested through a relay connection.

Default: 100

GRAPHENE = {
    'RELAY_CONNECTION_MAX_LIMIT': 100,
}

CAMELCASE_ERRORS

When set to True field names in the errors object will be camel case. By default they will be snake case.

Default: False

GRAPHENE = {
   'CAMELCASE_ERRORS': False,
}

# result = schema.execute(...)
print(result.errors)
# [
#     {
#         'field': 'test_field',
#         'messages': ['This field is required.'],
#     }
# ]
GRAPHENE = {
   'CAMELCASE_ERRORS': True,
}

# result = schema.execute(...)
print(result.errors)
# [
#     {
#         'field': 'testField',
#         'messages': ['This field is required.'],
#     }
# ]

DJANGO_CHOICE_FIELD_ENUM_V2_NAMING

Set to True to use the old naming format for the auto generated Enum types from Django choice fields. The old format looks like this: {object_name}_{field_name}

Default: False

DJANGO_CHOICE_FIELD_ENUM_CUSTOM_NAME

Define the path of a function that takes the Django choice field and returns a string to completely customise the naming for the Enum type.

If set to a function then the DJANGO_CHOICE_FIELD_ENUM_V2_NAMING setting is ignored.

Default: None

# myapp.utils
def enum_naming(field):
   if isinstance(field.model, User):
      return f"CustomUserEnum{field.name.title()}"
   return f"CustomEnum{field.name.title()}"

GRAPHENE = {
   'DJANGO_CHOICE_FIELD_ENUM_CUSTOM_NAME': "myapp.utils.enum_naming"
}

SUBSCRIPTION_PATH

Define an alternative URL path where subscription operations should be routed.

The GraphiQL interface will use this setting to intelligently route subscription operations. This is useful if you have more advanced infrastructure requirements that prevent websockets from being handled at the same path (e.g., a WSGI server listening at /graphql and an ASGI server listening at /ws/graphql).

Default: None

GRAPHENE = {
   'SUBSCRIPTION_PATH': "/ws/graphql"
}

GRAPHIQL_HEADER_EDITOR_ENABLED ---------------------

GraphiQL starting from version 1.0.0 allows setting custom headers in similar fashion to query variables.

Set to False if you want to disable GraphiQL headers editor tab for some reason.

This setting is passed to headerEditorEnabled GraphiQL options, for details refer to GraphiQLDocs.

Default: True

GRAPHENE = {
   'GRAPHIQL_HEADER_EDITOR_ENABLED': True,
}