On Saturday, November 29, 2014 8:49:25 AM UTC-8, Anju SB wrote:Thank your for your reply. Actually I created another model that aggregates all the values from each group table. but after analyzing I feel its a worst method and performance is also very low.So model re-design is the only way to sort out this issue and need help for redesigning the models. Because I want to add users and map these users to group details from the admin page. I am very confused state and I don't know how to re-design and optimize the queries.Django makes it easy to have multiple profile types with different sets of custom fields, and various permissions levels (roles). The admin does a good job of letting you add users to groups. I think you're going to have to spell out your problem/goals with more detail - we're not clear on exactly what's not working for you. It might help (you and us) if you sketched out your desired model relationships with a charting tool or graphics program, or even as ascii art../s
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