Django 1.7 Groups
|September 12, 2014
Posted by forumadmin
What would be the best method for altering the default group to include a foreign key to a company?
This is using the built – in auth, or would you create a custom auth?
To further update… I would like a many – to – many between groups and company and then a third table for user groups. For example — company groups (m2m) and user companygroups (m2m)
This will allow organizations to create their own groups if needed…
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