That looks correct, though you don't need distinct('id'), since
presumably id is your primary key and will already be unique.
On 11/9/2012 1:01 AM, ozgur yilmaz wrote:
> paris_discounts = Discount.objects.filter( brand__shop__city__name =
> 'Paris' ).distinct('id')
> What do you think?
> 2012/11/9 ozgur yilmaz <yelb...@gmail.com>:
>> 2012/11/9 Jirka Vejrazka <jirka.vejra...@gmail.com>:
>>> Note that these are always *double* underscores and I had to make a guess
>>> On Fri, Nov 9, 2012 at 9:12 AM, ozgur yilmaz <yelb...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>>> I hope i can explain my query problem well. Think you have 3 classes:
>>>> class City( models.Model ):
>>>> class Brand( models.Model ):
>>>> class Shop( models.Model ):
>>>> class Discount( models.Model ):
>>>> Think a Shop sell products of a single Brand. I have lots of Discount
>>>> Can you help me?
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