Forum: Ruby on Rails Per Database Migrations

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Scott W. (Guest)
on 2006-02-15 23:04
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Is there away to have parts of a migration file only work with a
specific database.  For example I am inserting some data into a table
with:

    execute "INSERT INTO demo_lists(position, name, updated_at,
created_at)  VALUES (1, 1, 'scott', CURDATE(), CURDATE());"

Of course the curdate() function may only be available on mysql.  So can
we some how determine which database type Migrations is working on?  I
would assume there's away since my Migrations class extends
ActiveRecord.


thanks, scott.





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Tom M. (Guest)
on 2006-02-16 00:02
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On Feb 15, 2006, at 1:02 PM, Scott W. wrote:

> extends ActiveRecord.
Embrace the object relational goodness.

DemoList.create( :position => 1, :name => 'scott' )

created_at and updated_at are magically, and are set automatically.

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