In Django, you can add multiple permissions to a group by creating or retrieving the group and then assigning the desired permissions to it. Permissions are defined as individual objects in Django, and each permission has a unique name and code. You can use the names or codes to assign them to groups.

Here's how you can add multiple permissions to a group:

  1. Define your permissions: First, make sure you have defined the permissions you want to add to the group. You can define permissions in your Django app's file using the Permission model.
from django.contrib.auth.models import Permission class YourModel(models.Model): # Your model fields here # Define permissions for the model permission_view = Permission.objects.get(codename='view_yourmodel') permission_edit = Permission.objects.get(codename='change_yourmodel') permission_delete = Permission.objects.get(codename='delete_yourmodel')

Replace 'YourModel' with the actual model name for which you want to define permissions.

  1. Create or retrieve the group: You need to create a new group or retrieve an existing group to which you want to add the permissions. You can do this in your Django code or through the Django admin interface.
from django.contrib.auth.models import Group # Create or retrieve the group group, created = Group.objects.get_or_create(name='Your Group Name')
  1. Add permissions to the group: Once you have the group object, you can add the permissions using the permissions.add() method.
# Add the permissions to the group group.permissions.add(permission_view, permission_edit, permission_delete)

That's it! Now the group will have all the specified permissions. You can also customize this process based on your specific use case. For example, you might define permissions for different models and different actions (view, add, change, delete) and assign them to groups accordingly.

Remember to perform these actions in a script or Django management command that you can run to set up your permissions and groups during the project setup or deployment process. This way, you can easily apply the same configuration across multiple environments.

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