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How 2 access the Primary model's ID in the Foreign model??
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Sourajit Mohanty
2018-12-04 20:07:39 UTC
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I have 2 model classes Album and Songs(where Song is the Foreign key)
I want to access the Albums ID in the Songs class..
How can I do that??
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Mike Dewhirst
2018-12-04 22:43:22 UTC
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Post by Sourajit Mohanty
I have 2 model classes Album and Songs(where Song is the Foreign key)
I want to access the Albums ID in the Songs class..
How can I do that??
song = Songs.objects.get(name='Happy birthday')
albumid = song.album.id

Similarly ...

album = song.album

This assumes your model code in Songs names the foreign key 'album'
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