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Python Build a Social Network with Flask Broadcasting Lunch Order Model

Anders Axelsen
Anders Axelsen
3,470 Points

Task 3 out of 3. How do I relate user to the User model?

It seems weird to me, that my code does not pass.

In my eyes, it is identical to the video example:

class Post(model):
    timestamp = DateTimeField(default=datetime.datetime.now)
    user = ForeignKeyField(
        rel_model=User,
        related_name='posts'
    )
models.py
import datetime

from flask.ext.bcrypt import generate_password_hash
from flask.ext.login import UserMixin
from peewee import *

DATABASE = SqliteDatabase(':memory:')


class User(UserMixin, Model):
    email = CharField(unique=True)
    password = CharField(max_length=100)
    join_date = DateTimeField(default=datetime.datetime.now)
    bio = CharField(default='')

    class Meta:
        database = DATABASE

    @classmethod
    def new(cls, email, password):
        cls.create(
            email=email,
            password=generate_password_hash(password)
        )
class LunchOrder:
    order = TextField()
    date = DateField()
    user = ForeignKeyField(
        rel_model=User,
        related_name='orders'
    )

def initialize():
    DATABASE.connect()
    DATABASE.create_tables([User], safe=True)
    DATABASE.close()

1 Answer

Anders Axelsen
Anders Axelsen
3,470 Points

I forgot to take the argument, Model, within the parenthesis. Is there a reason for this passing task 1?

All the best

This worked for me:

class LunchOrder(Model):
    order = TextField()
    date = DateField()
    user = ForeignKeyField(
        rel_model=User,
        related_name='orders'
    )