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What am I doing wrong with the relationship class. It says that the class is missing meta?

What am I doing wrong with the relationship class. It says that the class is missing meta?

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

    def new(cls, email, password):

class Relationship():
    User = ForeignKeyField(rel_model = User, related_name = "relationships") 

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

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

1 Answer

You're really close. You're missing what goes inside the "()". Try this:

class Relationship(User):
    from_user = ForeignKeyField(rel_model = User, related_name = "relationships") 
Anders Axelsen
Anders Axelsen
3,471 Points

I am also struggeling with this.

Since the following passed:

from_user = ForeignKeyField(User, related_name="relationships")

and the next following did not pass:

to_user = ForeginKeyField(User, related_name="related_to")

I do not have a clue what I did wrong.

HAHA FORE-----GIN... maybe not. - solved