How I can get full Address in Serializers class

class Meta:
model = Application
fields = (‘id’, ‘address1 + address2 + address3 + addres4’,‘status’)

I want to show all four address in one row how i can do that

I think we’re going to need more context, information, and detail about what your issue is, because in general, if you’re using a serializer on a class with all fields specified, you will get all the data in that class.

I agree with Ken, you need to provide more context. I can however show you how you can create a custom serializer method field.

Assuming you have a model which looks something like this:

class MyModel(models.Model):
   address1 = TextField
   address2 = TextField
   address3 = TextField
   # so on and so forth

You could add a model method to return a string concatenating all the address.


class MyModel(models.Model):
   address1 = TextField
   address2 = TextField
   address3 = TextField
   # so on and so forth

   def concat_addresses(self):
      return self.address1 + self.address2 + self.address3

In your serialiser you can use

from rest_framework import serializers

class MySerializer(serializers.ModelSerializer):
    model = MyModel
    # you don't have to use the method_name parameter. If you don't, you must use
    # a method name of 'get_` + `attribute
    # in your case this would be get_address()
    address = serializers.SerializerMethodField(method_name="concat_addresses")

    class Meta:
         fields = ("id", "whatever_else", "address")

    @staticmethod
    def concat_addresses(obj):
        return obj.concat_addresses()

Checkout the serializer docs here: https://www.django-rest-framework.org/api-guide/fields/#serializermethodfield

Hope that helps you get started.

Cheers,

Conor