Django application to the tree structure in the model.
Django application for creating the tree structure in the model (very fast structure).
To create a new item in the tree need only choose a parent. The key (id) for the new item will be calculated automatically. You can get a list of the parents and the range of children without a database query.
Implemented to create a new item, delete the item, transfer item to the other parent (and the transfer of the group).
This app is available on PyPI.
Supports Django 1.8 and later on Python 2.7, 3.2 - 3.5.
Works only with PostgreSQL 9.1 and later!
Clone this repository. The is an example of a project (app myapp use treensl)
Change the settings for connecting to the correct PostgreSQL DB.
- pip install django-treensl
- Add app treensl in settings.py
- Create a new class of models from Tree32Abstract or Tree64Abstract (from treensl.models). Add your field in the model (for their fields, do not use the following names: id, parent_id, lvl, created_children, removed_children, holes). If necessary, change the dimension of the default tree (properties LEVELS and CHILDREN). For example see myapp/models.py
- Run python manage.py makemigrations
- The new file migration, add the 3 lines as in the example file myapp/migrations/0001_initial.py (the rows are marked with comments # add after makemigrations)
Possible dimensions of the tree
Before executing the migrate you can adjust the settings tree. The dimension of the tree depends on the length integer.
Recommended values (in the format LEVELS/CHILDREN/ROOT_ID):
- For int32: 3/1623/-2147483648, 4/255/-2147483648, 5/83/-2147483648, 6/39/-2147483648
- For int64: 3/2642243/-9223372036854775808, 4/65535/-9223372036854775808, 5/7129/-9223372036854775808, 6/1623/-9223372036854775808, 7/563/-9223372036854775808, 8/255/-9223372036854775808, 9/137/-9223372036854775808, 10/83/-9223372036854775808
Run python manage.py migrate
Now, to create a new item in the tree need only choose a parent. The key (id) for the new item will be calculated automatically.
You can get a list of the parents and the range of children without a database query.
For any id call functions from the treensl.calc_values:
- parents_list(id, LEVELS, CHILDREN, ROOT_ID) - returns a list of the first to the last parent
- children_range(id, LEVELS, CHILDREN, ROOT_ID)- returns a list of the range of children
LEVELS, CHILDREN, ROOT_ID - settings current tree