Don't persist a model on condition

Hi, does anyone have some suggestion as to how I would NOT persist a
model
if some condition/attribute check of the model instance is true?
The condition would be some method I run using before_save or similar,
and i
would like a method within the model to set some parameter of the model
which would render it not saveable (no error or notice should be
triggered)
– if it was a new instance, and would delete an existing instance of it
from the DB.
Using ActiveRecord.

Thanks

On 4 October 2011 06:45, Victor S. [email protected] wrote:

Hi, does anyone have some suggestion as to how I would NOT persist a model

Why is everybody asking questions twice today?

See previous reply by me, though I am not sure it answers all the
points below. Please continue the discussion on the other thread if
necessary.

Colin

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