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Python Django ORM Basic ORM Usage Bulk create

Code not passing for bulk_create

Could you please take a look at my code and let me know why it's not passing. The message I get is this:

You need to use bulk_create to create the Review objects.; Make sure you create three Reviews.; Make sure you provide ratings of 2, 3, and 5.

Not tremendously helpful.

Thanks,

products/emergency.py
from . import models


def fix_25():
    models.Review.objects.bulk_create([
        models.Review(product=1, rating=2),
        models.Review(product=1, rating=3),
        models.Review(product=1, rating=5)
    ])

2 Answers

Instead of product use product_id

Jeff Muday
MOD
Jeff Muday
Treehouse Moderator 28,717 Points

You are really close!! All you need to do is to get the actual object as the argument rather than specifying the integer id.

from . import models

def fix_25():
    p = models.Product.objects.get(id=1) # add this line
    # make sure to set the product argument to the object p.
    models.Review.objects.bulk_create([
        models.Review(product=p, rating=2),
        models.Review(product=p, rating=3),
        models.Review(product=p, rating=5)
    ])