tonio at ngyn.org
Thu Jul 28 15:33:15 CEST 2011
for my quarantine managment application, I'm trying to use Django's
internal ORM to access Amavis database. Almost everything works fine,
except for the 'msgrcpt' table.
Django complains about the fact this table does not present a direct
primary key (I guess it is a composite key between the 'mail_id' and
'rid' fields?). It is a shame but currently, django does not support :
* tables (models) without primary key,
* composite primary keys.
As I'm not going to wait for a potential django's update about this
feature, I'm trying to look for another solution and here is my question:
Would it be problematic if I add a new field to the 'msgrcpt' table,
like an auto incremented integer field that will act as a primary key
only for django ?
Thanks for your help.
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