Just create a custom manager and pass in the current user to it.
In y our model:
objects = MyCustomerManager()
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Subject: How to include a Where clause for each query on django?
Each model of my app, has a field named user... so, I need to filter any query on that model user=current_user...
I already do that, but manually for each model, on a view.. and I like to do that directly on some where when I try to use a query, any record will be filtered.....
Can I do that? where is the best place to do that?
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