Hi, I've got 3 classes : class Person < ActiveRecord:Base end class Man < Person end class Father < Man end When I call Man.all, I expect to have men and fathers, but I don't. When I call Person.all, I have people, men and fathers... Do I have to redefine the find method of the Father's class ??? Did I break some thing ? I'm pretty sure it worked before, but I really don't know what I could have done to break it. I thought it could be an issue from Rails 2.1.2, but I got the same one with rails 2.1.1. Please help !
on 2008-11-11 17:41
on 2008-11-11 18:08
On Nov 11, 3:40 pm, joserwan <email@example.com> wrote: > class Father < Man > one with rails 2.1.1. > This is a quirk of single table inheritance. If you use require_dependency to force all the subclasses of person to be loaded (eg at the bottom of person.rb) then it should work fine. Fred
on 2008-11-11 22:01
Works fine, thank you very much !
on 2008-11-11 22:04
In facts, as Person.all gave me Men and Fathers, I had require_dependency 'father' in the Man class.