Django Loader Dumper
Commands for loading and dumping fixtures inspecting models of installed project apps.
- Python (3.4, 3.5, 3.6)
- Django (1.8, 1.9, 1.10, 1.11, 2.0)
- Works with all SQL backends supported by Django.
pip install django-loader-dumper
'django_loader_dumper' to your
INSTALLED_APPS = ( ... 'django_loader_dumper', )
If no app_name provided, all app's models will be dumped/loaded. All fixtures will be created inside your project in
fixtures/app_name by default.
--indentcan also be provided to the commands.
--exportpathcan also be provided to the commands if you don't like the default fixtures/ path.
NOTE: Django application
contenttypes is excluded from this commands because when Django migrates your projects doesn't applies them in the same order causing IntegrityErrors.
Startup up a new project like so...
pip install django pip install django_loader_dumper
After creating some data in your database, then you have to call commands like this:
$ ./manage.py fixturedumper $ ./manage.py fixturedumper --exportpath /path/to/fixtures/ $ ./manage.py fixturedumper app_name_1 app_name_2 ... $ ./manage.py fixtureloader app_name_1 app_name_2 app_name_3