If you want to create complex indexes, you need to inherit _auto_init method of the model and execute a CREATE INDEX (using cr.execute) statement after you call the super.
If you just want to create per column index - PostgreSQL is capable to combine index, just add select=1 in the column definition, like so:
'name' ; fields.char('Name', size=64, select=1)
If you are interested on how a table and it's related objects, read the _auto_init method of BaseModel.
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