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Django - How to carry the filters to the next view?

I imagine something like this is possible in Django, but I don't know how to implement it:

I have a TableView, which has filters to filter the displayed queryset. I, then, have a DetailView which you can access from the TableView, to see the details of each element in the queryset.

The DetailView has a form, which uses the POST method. I can successfully send the form, and redirect to the TableView after the POST call. My question is, how can I make it so that after the user calls the POST method in the DetailView, and it redirects again to the TableView, the TableView keeps whichever values were on its filters?

I imagine I would have to either get access to the full request on the TableView (because it includes the ?param1=?param2= etc.), or be able to send the values in the filters when I call the DetailView.


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I believe the POST data is stored in request.data. This should be stored in a dictionary so you could iterate through request.data with a for loop to extract the posted data into variables. Then you can do whatever with those variables.


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