Updating the adm files
Added code to more robustly handle an issue where Map Source would fail if the map product registry key became corrupted.
Corrected issue where the product selectors in the view menu and view toolbar were not always showing the same product being selected.
For this example, we'll enable Django's admin console and configure a few other settings.
By default, your Django web site uses the UTC time zone to display time.
This is a Django security requirement, designed to prevent HTTP Host header attacks. To create an environment and deploy your Django application see your application running, then congratulations, you've deployed your first Django application with Elastic Beanstalk!
Now that you have a running application on Elastic Beanstalk, you can update and redeploy your application or its configuration and Elastic Beanstalk will take care of the work of updating your instances and starting your new application version.
If you'd like to try out another Python web framework, check out Deploying a Flask Application to AWS Elastic Beanstalk.
Added capability to remember the last file extension type from which the user imported.
Since this doesn't exist in the Django project that you've created, some adjustment of your application's environment is necessary.
You will also need to set environment variables so that your application's modules can be loaded.
You can create a service role by creating an environment in the Elastic Beanstalk console.
If you don't have a service role, the EB CLI attempts to create one when you run and use it to install Django and its dependencies.