Find_by_sql parameters

I am trying to run a pair of sql statements with the second using a
value form the first’s returned data set but can figure out the syntax.

@risks returns the values I would expect but @changes gets no returned
data obvioulsy because it doesn’t see the contenst of @risks.id.

def reportbyowner2
@risks = Risk.find_by_sql([“SELECT * FROM risks r where r.status =
‘Open’ and r.owner_id = ? order by r.id”, @params[‘owner’]])
@changes = Change.find_by_sql([“SELECT * FROM changes c where c.risk_id
= ? order by c.id”, @risks.id])
end

Any help please.

Many thanks.

On Fri, Sep 5, 2008 at 8:47 PM, Martyn Elmy-liddiard <
[email protected]> wrote:

@changes = Change.find_by_sql([“SELECT * FROM changes c where c.risk_id
= ? order by c.id”, @risks.id])

How many records are there in the @risks object. You’re doing
[email protected]
risks.id, so if there are multiple rows in @risks then the query wont
return
any result.

end

Any help please.

Many thanks.

Posted via http://www.ruby-forum.com/.

~~
Shiv N Gautam

Shiv N Gautam wrote:

On Fri, Sep 5, 2008 at 8:47 PM, Martyn Elmy-liddiard <
[email protected]> wrote:

@changes = Change.find_by_sql([“SELECT * FROM changes c where c.risk_id
= ? order by c.id”, @risks.id])

How many records are there in the @risks object. You’re doing
[email protected]
risks.id, so if there are multiple rows in @risks then the query wont
return
any result.

end

Any help please.

Many thanks.

Posted via http://www.ruby-forum.com/.

Shiv,

The @risks object will have multiple risks. What I am trying to do is
for each risk I select I print the risk details then go and get any
changes records associted with that risk record and print them then go
round again for the next risk.

Can you advise the syntax I would need to use to achieve this.

Much appreciated

Martyn

~~
Shiv N Gautam

On Sep 8, 11:24 am, Martyn Elmy-liddiard <rails-mailing-l…@andreas-
s.net> wrote:

return
Shiv,

The @risks object will have multiple risks. What I am trying to do is
for each risk I select I print the risk details then go and get any
changes records associted with that risk record and print them then go
round again for the next risk.

Can you advise the syntax I would need to use to achieve this.

I wouldn’t use find_by_sql at all.

owner = Owner.find params[:owner]
Changes.find_all_by_risk_id owner.open_risks

as long as owner has an open risks association like so

has_many :open_risks, :conditions => {:status => ‘Open’}, :class_name
=> ‘Risk’}

You could also do this with a named_scope.

Fred

I like using the ActiveRecord methods instead of raw sql, so here it
goed:
I assume that you have these 3 model:
class Owner < ActiveRecord::Base
has_many :risks
end
class Risk < ActiveRecord::Base
belongs_to :owner
has_many :changes
end
class Change < ActiveRecord::Base
belongs_to :risk
end

def reportbyowner2
@owner = Owner.find(params[:owner])
@risks = @owner.risks.all(:conditions => { :status => ‘Open’})
@risks.each do |risk|
risk.print_the_details
risk.changes.each{|change| change.print_the_details }
end
end

On Sep 8, 12:24 pm, Martyn Elmy-liddiard <rails-mailing-l…@andreas-

Thanks guys…your help was much appreciated!

Martyn

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