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Python Django ORM Basic ORM Usage Bulk create

Nathan Magyar
Nathan Magyar
11,332 Points

bulk_create for Reviews with Product ID of 1

I'm not sure how to specify the product ID for each review.

I've tried the following, and none of them work: ... Review(product.id=1, rating=2) Review(product_id=1, rating=2) Review(product__id=1, rating=2) ...

Thanks in advance!

from . import models

def fix_25():
        Review(product__id=1, rating=2),
        Review(product__id=1, rating=3),
        Review(product__id=1, rating=5),

1 Answer

Since you imported models you have to refer to models.Review. (Or you could do from .models import Review and then just refer to Review.) Also, product_id has only one underscore and you don't need the extra comma after the third item. (That shouldn't throw an error but delete just in case.) So it should be:

def fix_25():
        models.Review(product_id=1, rating=2),
        models.Review(product_id=1, rating=3),
        models.Review(product_id=1, rating=5)