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#1 Jan. 8, 2011 02:05:17

Alec S.
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Serializing Objects with Reverse One-To-One Keys


I have an object which I want to serialize, which a modules with extra
information with a one-to-one key pointing to the main object. I know
that I can do a lookup using select_related to get a cache of the
relation, but it seems that nothing I do will serialize (to json in my
case) these relations despite their being cached. Is there a way to
do serialize the data, or do I have to do it manually? I'd like to
have the object and all of its one-to-one (reverse) relations in one
piece of json.

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