Invalid distinct with django
I try to get a cars list on my Django project but i'm in trouble with ORM class Car(models.Model): name = models.CharField(max_length=200) owner = models.ForeignKey(User) With Car.objects.all() I have a list as: - car#1, user#1 - car#1, user#2 - car#1, user#3 - car#2, user#4 - car#3, user#4 what I would like is: - car#1 - car#2 - car#3 Then, all cars are distinct by the name, regardless of owner I've try something like Cars.objects.all().annotate(Count('owner', distinct=True)) but I still have all cars. Can someone help me with this point ? Documentation suggests annotate and aggregate but it's still hars to understand it.
try this Cars.objects.values('name').distinct()
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