dse 4.0.0-RC1 DSE - Simplified "bulk" insert/update/delete for Django. Version : 4.0.0 - Release Candidate #2Author : Thomas Weholt <email@example.com>License : Modified BSD.Status : BetaUrl : DSE is available for one reason - to insert/update/delete lots of data -- as fast as possible.DSE vs Django ORM: typical speed gain is around 5x-10X for updates, 3X+ for inserts.DSE is aware of default values specified in your Django models and will use those if no value is given for a field in an insert statement.DSE caches SQL-statements, both inserts, updates and delete, and executes them when a specified number of statements has been prepared or when it`s told manually to flush cached statements to the database. The actual sql execution is done using DB API cursor.executemany and this is much faster than executing SQL-statements in sequence and way faster than using the Django ORM.DSE uses a dictionary to specify what fields to work on. You got a model like: Using dse: NB!
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