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#1 Jan. 18, 2011 04:01:25

Bobby R.
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let's say i have two simple models


model a
id=IntegerField...
description = CharField...


model b
id=IntegerField...
modelavalue=IntegerField... (a value form modela.id)
description=CharField...


ok in the /admin listing page for model B, how can i return
modela.description for modelb.modelavalue

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#2 Jan. 18, 2011 04:15:28

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2011/1/18 Bobby Roberts <tchend...@gmail.com>

> let's say i have two simple models
>
>
> model a
> id=IntegerField...
> description = CharField...
>
>
> model b
> id=IntegerField...
> modelavalue=IntegerField... (a value form modela.id)
> description=CharField...
>
>
> ok in the /admin listing page for model B, how can i return
> modela.description for modelb.modelavalue
>
>
you can do it by inserting "modelAvalue__description" in the admin.py in the
list_display for modelB model.Admin:

class modelBAdmin(admin.ModelAdmin):
list_display = ( 'id','modelAvalue__description', 'description')
admin.site.register(modelB, modelBAdmin)

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#3 Jan. 18, 2011 12:37:44

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does modelb.modelavalue need a FK relationship with modela.id or does
django do this automatically?




On Jan 17, 11:15 pm, Vovk Donets <donets.vladi...@gmail.com> wrote:
> 2011/1/18 Bobby Roberts <tchend...@gmail.com>
>
>
>
> > let's say  i have two simple models
>
> > model a
> > id=IntegerField...
> > description = CharField...
>
> > model b
> > id=IntegerField...
> > modelavalue=IntegerField...   (a value form modela.id)
> > description=CharField...
>
> > ok in the /admin listing page for model B, how can i return
> > modela.description  for modelb.modelavalue
>
> you can do it by inserting "modelAvalue__description" in the admin.py in the
> list_display for modelB model.Admin:
>
> class modelBAdmin(admin.ModelAdmin):
>     list_display = ( 'id','modelAvalue__description', 'description')
> admin.site.register(modelB, modelBAdmin)

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