Django — Aggregate Sum of All Fields

Well, the docs as of today on aggregation don’t mention anything about the specific types of Aggregation possible. It mentions Avg, Min, Count, etc.

Update from Derek below: actually, it’s in the docs in the Queryset API docs under “Aggregation Functions”
Missed that… but there should be a link back there from the main aggregation docs.

Anyhoo, I found another type Sum in django.db.models.

Just apply
MyQueryset.aggregate(Sum('my_field')) to get the sum of all my_fields in your queryset.


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