Running migrations that generate relationships

We must create the initial migration for the new models we recently coded. We just need to run the following Python scripts and we will also synchronize the database for the first time. As we learned from our previous RESTful Web Service sample, by default, Django uses an SQLite database.

In this new example, we will be working with a PostgreSQL database. However, in case you want to use an SQLite, you can skip all the next steps related to PostgreSQL, its configuration in Django, and jump to the migrations generation command. You will also have to use the SQLite utilities instead of the PostgreSQL tools to analyze the database.

We will use the PostgreSQL command-line tools to create a new database ...

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