Table of Content
- Why do you get the Unable to import django.db Error?
- How to fix the error Unable to import django.db
- Wrap Off
When working on a Django app in an editor or IDE such as VS Code, you might run into the issue
Unable to import django.db.
Why do you get the
Unable to import django.db Error?
This error happens when the code editor you're working with underlines the
from keyword in an import, and if you hover it with the mouse, you will see the error
Unable to import 'django.db' pylint(import-error) showing up.
This error occurs because your Django project is not running in the Virtual Environment of the app.
To fix it, on the VSCode editor, run
cmd-shift-p (or click
View -> Command Palette and run the command Python: Select Interpreter. VS Code will show you a list of Python interpreters found.
Choose the interpreter that corresponds to your virtual environment and the error will disappear.
There you have it!
That's how to fix the error
Unable to import django.db in Django.
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