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Simple way to store and use queries in database for use of DBA for Django Admin

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Simple way to store and use queries in database for use of DBA in Django Admin

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1. ``pip install requery``

2. Add ``requery`` to your ``INSTALLED_APPS`` in ```` ::

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3. Run ``python migrate``


1) Create and edit query

You can use ``:param_name`` to use to run your queries later.

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2) Listing your queries stored in Django Admin

You can choose a query to run, just click in **Run**

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3) Running and show result

Fill the form with your parameters and click in **Run** to see the results

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Please help us
This project is still under development. Feedback and suggestions are very welcome and I encourage you to use the `Issues list <>`_ on Github to provide that feedback.

The requery was original created by Ezequiel Bertti `@ebertti <>`_ and João Leite `@joaoleite <>`_ in September 2012.



* Working on Python 3 - `@tomatohater <>`_

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