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revised flask-sqlalchemy: how to define the 'comment' model (multi foreign keys referring to the same table)?
style consistent with asker's code
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comment flask-sqlalchemy: how to define the 'comment' model (multi foreign keys referring to the same table)?
It will accept either string or reference in both cases. With string, the model being referred to does not have to be defined at that point. I suppose it would be better to keep it consistent.
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answered flask-sqlalchemy: how to define the 'comment' model (multi foreign keys referring to the same table)?
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comment SQLAlchemy: filter on operator in a many-to-many relationship
I see, updated answer
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Update based on clarification
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answered SQLAlchemy: filter on operator in a many-to-many relationship
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comment Lost tuple in pickle transition? (SqlAlchemy -> Redis -> Pickle
Not sure why this happens, but could you save JSON to Redis instead? Or use JSON pickle. Also, I think you might see if specifying the pickle protocol changes it.
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