Mark.Martinec+amavis at ijs.si
Thu Jul 28 17:04:31 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 ?
Should be alright I believe.
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