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Django app that helps controlling database requests count

Project Description
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SQL Debugger
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django-sql-debugger is an app that helps controlling number of SQL during your HTTPRequests, including AJAX.
Based on custom database backend, it currently supports only MySQL.

*Warning: the app currently works under Django 1.6.5 and is not tested against other versions*

Quick start
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1. Add "sql_debugger" to your INSTALLED_APPS setting like this::

INSTALLED_APPS = (
...
'sql_debugger',
)

2. To turn on SQL Debugger add the following to your settings.py file::

SQL_DEBUGGER_SHOW_TRACEBACK = True

Also make sure DEBUG is set to True. Do not use this on production server!

Usage
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1. To add visualization to your page include SQL Debugger template there::

{% include 'sql_debugger/base.html' %}
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