How to use values from list to validate some calculations in pydantic BaseModel?

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I’m using Pydantic root_validator to perform some calculations in my model:

class ProductLne(BaseModel):
    qtt_line: float = 0.00
    prix_unite: float = 0.00
    so_total_ht: float = 0.00
    
    class Config:
        validate_assignment = True

    @root_validator()
    def calculat_so_totals(cls, values):
      values["so_total_ht"] = values.get("qtt_line")*values.get("prix_unite")
    
    return values

class Bon(BaseModel):
    articles: List[ProductLne] = []
    total_ht: float = 0.00

    class Config:
        validate_assignment = True

    @root_validator()
    def set_total_ht(cls, values):
        for item in values.get('articles'):
            values['total_ht'] += item.so_total_ht
        return values

some data

 item_line1 = ProductLne(qtt_line=10, prix_unite=10.00)
 item_line2 = ProductLne(qtt_line=10, prix_unite=12.00)
 bon1 = Bon()
 bon1.articles.append(item_line1)
 bon1.articles.append(item_line2)

when run

 print(bon1.total_ht)

i get : 0.0, O.OO Iwant 220

How to make this function return the correct values?

Answer

I do not know if this is good why , but i get what i want

from pydantic import BaseModel, root_validator, Field
from typing import List
from typing import TYPE_CHECKING, Union
if TYPE_CHECKING:
    from pydantic.typing import DictStrAny


class PropertyBaseModel(BaseModel):

@classmethod
def get_properties(cls):
    return [
        prop for prop in dir(cls)
        if isinstance(getattr(cls, prop), property) and prop not in ("__values__", "fields")
    ]

def dict(self, *args, **kwargs) -> 'DictStrAny':
    self.__dict__.update({prop: getattr(self, prop) for prop in self.get_properties()})

    return super().dict(*args, **kwargs)


class ProductLne(PropertyBaseModel):
    prix: float = 0.00
    qtt_line: float = 0.0

    @property
    def so_total_ht(self) -> float:
        return self.qtt_line * self.prix


class Bon(BaseModel):
    articles: List[ProductLne] = []

    @property
    def total_ht(self) -> float:
        bla = 0.00
        for item in self.articles:
            bla += item.so_total_ht
    return bla


item_line1 = ProductLne(prix=10.00,qtt_line=10)
item_line2 = ProductLne(prix=12.00,qtt_line=10)

print(item_line1.so_total_ht)
print(item_line2.so_total_ht)

bon1 = Bon()
bon1.articles.append(item_line1)
bon1.articles.append(item_line2)
print(bon1.total_ht) #220


Source: stackoverflow