I am trying to integrate Typo with one of existing apps, and hence
users table of typo I want to use from my existing app’s database.
So in typo:
class User < ActiveRecord::Base
normal typo kung-fu
Then there is a line in controller code, that is creating problems:
@articles = Article.find( :all, :offset => @pages.current.offset, :limit => @pages.items_per_page, :order => "contents.published_at DESC", :include => [:categories, :tags, :user, :blog], #problem line :conditions => ['published = ? AND contents.published_at < ? AND blog_id =
true, Time.now, this_blog.id]
The above line generates Mysql::Error saying users.country column is
not found, though I know very well that, the column is there.
So…if i remove the associations line (the line with :include), then
everything works perfectly. So i think, when i use Associations, its
not connecting to the other database for users table, it still
connects to the existing one and hence not able to find country column
Is it a bug in rails?
What are my options?
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