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@@ -2089,3 +2089,7 @@ def dfs(model):
for m in sorted(models, key=names, reverse=True):
return list(reversed(ordering)) # want parents first in output ordering
+def raw_sql(query):
+ db = query.model_class._meta.database
+ return query.sql(db.get_compiler())

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Can someone please give an example of how to use this helper function?


query =
print raw_sql(query)


Because this page is one of first Google's results on the topic, I'll leave it here.
Here is how we can determine exact SQL produced by query, with all parameters substituted.
This works for PostgreSQL, but not sure about other database types.

query ='value', fields2<
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