MySQL tables need to have primary key assigned to one of the columns. Otherwise, django will try to find an ‘id’ column in the table.
Run the code below to let django scan the database and create models.py
python manage.py inspectdb > models.py
Sample of using models to call values from the database:
queryset = class_name_in_models.objects.all()
test = queryset.values_list('col_name')