|Version 3 (modified by luke@…, 10 years ago) (diff)|
The docs clearly show how to insert/update a record, but not how to delete one.
If you have a reference to the object, simply call object.destroySelf() to remove it from the data base, provided it is not a foreign key or has any relationships depending on it.
If you do not have a reference to the object, simply select to get the record, and dereference it to get the object reference.
def remove(self, recordID): myRecord = MyObject.selectBy(id=recordID) if myRecord.count(): myRecord = list(myRecord) myRecord.destroySelf() else: #Could not find record with that id.
If there are dependencies, you will have to delete the dependent records first (if at all.)
If there is a better way to do this, please update.