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Applying Django Migrations

Migrations have to be applied to make changes to the database. In this lesson you’ll see how to use the management command migrate to apply migrations.

koutsellisthemistoklis on March 4, 2020

Can you please explain a little more each of the commands you are using and make and eliminate the speed of given information? Thank you!

Dee82 on Nov. 7, 2023

Before starting off creating and applying migrations, it would be helpful to have some guidance around which tools are being used and need to be installed to work side by side with this tutorial. The python manage.py dbshell command doesn’t appear to work for my setup for example.

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