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Version: 0.10.x 🚧

Delete

Delete One

Find a Model from the database, then delete the corresponding row from database.

let orange: Option<fruit::Model> = Fruit::find_by_id(30).one(db).await?;
let orange: fruit::Model = orange.unwrap();

let res: DeleteResult = orange.delete(db).await?;
assert_eq!(res.rows_affected, 1);

Delete by Primary Key

Instead of selecting Model from the database then deleting it. You could also delete a row from database directly by its primary key.

let res: DeleteResult = Fruit::delete_by_id(38).exec(db).await?;
assert_eq!(res.rows_affected, 1);

Delete Many

You can also delete multiple rows from the database without finding each Model with SeaORM select.

// DELETE FROM `fruit` WHERE `fruit`.`name` LIKE '%Orange%'
let res: DeleteResult = fruit::Entity::delete_many()
.filter(fruit::Column::Name.contains("Orange"))
.exec(db)
.await?;

assert_eq!(res.rows_affected, 2);