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I added slugs to several models after I already had data for those models. To get the slugs saved, I had to save each object corresponding to the model, which is easy programmatically, but a pain to do through the admin interface. My project runs on AWS Elastic Beanstalk, so I needed access to the shell. I found the solution here.
To run the shell for a Django app running on AWS Elastic Beanstalk, you run the following at the command line:
python manage.py shell
Then you can do whatever it is you need to do. For me that was:
from xyz.models import Xyz items = Xyz.objects.all() for i in items: i.save()
Then when you're ready to exit the shell and SSH, run the following:
exit()- to exit the shell
exit- to exit SSH
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