I'm trying to populate a ChoiceField in a FormSet with info from a previous step (a bit relevant to my last asked question). I'm almost there, but can't seem to initialize the list:
def get_form(self, step=None, data=None, files=None): form = super(FormWizardView, self).get_form(step, data, files) step = step or self.steps.current if step == 'pages': form_class = self.form_list[step] form1_cleaned_data = self.get_cleaned_data_for_step('agenda') formset = PagesFormSet() loan_choices =  for form in formset.forms: if form1_cleaned_data: form.fields['agenda_select'].choices = [item for item in form1_cleaned_data.items()] # print(form.fields['agenda_select']) return PagesFormSet(data = data) return super(FormWizardView, self).get_form(step, data, files)
The list just doesn't show. However, printing in the console does work. If I just return formset instead of PagesFormSet, the list does populate. However, the list is then not valid and I can't continue to the next step (also the case if I add
data = data then. I think I should add some extra info to the
return PagesFormSet(data = data), but I just don't have a clue.
I would love some help as I have been staring for a day at this problem. Many thanks!