April 24, 2008

Concat Django Querysets

Filed under: dev, django, orm, tip — michaelangela @ 9:46 pm

Here is a good discussion on concatenating Django Querysets. Very helpful! It also introduced me to itertools. This leads to some other talk about itertools. Very interesting!

The jist though is like this:

How do you concatenate two querysets? – Django users | Google Groups

import itertools
q1 = Model1.objects.all()
q2 = Model2.objects.all()
for thing in itertools.chain(q1,q2):

Very handy.

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