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graphene-django/docs/fields.rst

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Fields

Graphene-Django provides some useful fields to help integrate Django with your GraphQL Schema.

DjangoListField

DjangoListField allows you to define a list of DjangoObjectType<queries-objecttypes>'s. By default it will resolve the default queryset of the Django model.

from graphene import ObjectType, Schema
from graphene_django import DjangoListField

class RecipeType(DjangoObjectType):
   class Meta:
      model = Recipe
      fields = ("title", "instructions")

class Query(ObjectType):
   recipes = DjangoListField(RecipeType)

schema = Schema(query=Query)

The above code results in the following schema definition:

schema {
  query: Query
}

type Query {
  recipes: [RecipeType!]
}

type RecipeType {
  title: String!
  instructions: String!
}

Custom resolvers

If your DjangoObjectType has defined a custom get_queryset<django-objecttype-get-queryset> method, when resolving a DjangoListField it will be called with either the return of the field resolver (if one is defined) or the default queryset from the Django model.

For example the following schema will only resolve recipes which have been published and have a title:

from graphene import ObjectType, Schema
from graphene_django import DjangoListField

class RecipeType(DjangoObjectType):
   class Meta:
      model = Recipe
      fields = ("title", "instructions")

   @classmethod
   def get_queryset(cls, queryset, info):
      # Filter out recipes that have no title
      return queryset.exclude(title__exact="")

class Query(ObjectType):
   recipes = DjangoListField(RecipeType)

   def resolve_recipes(parent, info):
      # Only get recipes that have been published
      return Recipe.objects.filter(published=True)

schema = Schema(query=Query)

DjangoConnectionField

TODO