Adding composite index to pre-existent table

Hello everybody,
I’m a newbie in RoR.
In order to create a table I’ve created a migration with the ‘rails
generate model…’ command.
Now I would like to add a composite index over two columns of this
table with another, new, migration.
Is it possible?
I’ve read the documentation about the add_index transformation but I
can’t create the new migration from command line.
I think I can edit the ‘create table’ migration file, but I would like
to have a different migration (generated by ‘rails’ command).

Thanks in advance for your help,

Federico

On Apr 17, 8:19pm, Federico [email protected] wrote:

Hello everybody,
I’m a newbie in RoR.
In order to create a table I’ve created a migration with the ‘rails
generate model…’ command.
Now I would like to add a composite index over two columns of this
table with another, new, migration.
Is it possible?

of course

I’ve read the documentation about the add_index transformation but I
can’t create the new migration from command line.
I think I can edit the ‘create table’ migration file, but I would like
to have a different migration (generated by ‘rails’ command).

rails generate migration do_blah will create a new migration called
do_blah

Fred

Just easy like that…thank you Fred! (that’s my name too btw :slight_smile: )

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