Forum: Ruby on Rails how to migrate to sqlite3 memory tests?

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Phlip (Guest)
on 2007-03-05 01:42
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I tried to follow these directions...

...but my 'rake test:recent' command gets nothing but a billion 'table
found' errors. 'rake db:migrate test:recent' did the same thing.

So what am I missing? How to put all those tables into memory just
the tests run? (And isn't that memory process-specific, so the process
itself must load the tables??)

  Phlip <-- NOT a blog!!!
Bala P. (Guest)
on 2007-03-05 19:59
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I had similar problems before with applications that I had written. But
was able to run the topfunky video examples that uses sqlite3 on my
with no problems. I noticed a file that was related to sqllite 3 within
project directory. So the best way is to start with the working project
uses sqlite3 and see where your project differs.
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