How can you setup Database in Django?
To set up a database in Django, you can use the command edit my site/ setting.py, it is a normal python module with module level representing Django settings.
Django uses SQLite database by default. It is easy for Django users because it doesn’t require any other type of installation. In the case of other databases, you have the following keys in the DATABASE ‘default’ item to match your database connection settings.
Engines: you can change database by using ‘django.db.backends.sqlite3’ , ‘django.db.backeneds.mysql’, ‘django.db.backends.postgresql_psycopg2’, ‘django.db.backends.oracle’
Name: The name of your database. In the case if you are using SQLite as your database, in that case, a database will be a file on your computer, Name should be a full absolute path, including the file name of that file.
You can add setting likes setting like Password, Host, User, etc. in your database, if you are not choosing SQLite as your database.