Help...why 'rake migrate' can't be executed on RadRails

‘rake migrate’ command can’t be executed on RadRails?

I found Terminal Window at RadRails and executed ‘rake migrate’ on that
terminal
many times.but nothing happend,even error messages.
I made InitialSchema file like these and configured database.yml.
of course I made database before executing ‘rake migrate’
anyone,get me advice,please
Tanks

-~kota~

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class InitialSchema < ActiveRecord::Migration
def self.up
create_table :lists do |t|
t.column :title, :string
t.column :created__on, :time
t.column :updated_on, :time
end

create_table :items do |t|
	t.column :list_id,    :integer
	t.column :note,       :string
	t.column :completion, :boolean, :default => false
	t.column :position,   :integer
	t.column :created_on, :time
	t.column :updated_on, :time
end

end

def self.down
drop_table :lists
drop_table :items
end

end


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Kouta Osabe wrote:

‘rake migrate’ command can’t be executed on RadRails?

I found Terminal Window at RadRails and executed ‘rake migrate’ on that
terminal
many times.but nothing happend,even error messages.
I made InitialSchema file like these and configured database.yml.
What’s the migration’s filename, and where have you put it?

Does a schema_info table exist in your database? You shouldn’t have to
create that yourself, of course - but if it exists, it’s a clue that
rake thinks it’s done something. If it exists, what’s the data in it?

I don’t use RadRails, so there might be something else it does that gets
in the way, but from a straight Rails perspective, that’s where to start
looking.

Alex Y. wrote:

in the way, but from a straight Rails perspective, that’s where to start
looking.

Actually, I think this might just be a limitation of that terminal
widget in radrails… I
can’t seem to find it now, but I remember being annoyed that it didn’t
really work like a
terminal… that there were only certain things you could do.

I would try doing some other stuff – even another rake file – in it
before you assume
that there’s a problem with your db/app/rakefile. Or better yet, just
use your regular OS
terminal window!

b

Personally I set up an ‘External Application’ to do tasks like this.
The output still shows up in the terminal window.

We need to provide actual support for rails schemas and will be doing
so in the future.

Ben M. wrote:

Alex Y. wrote:

in the way, but from a straight Rails perspective, that’s where to start
looking.

Actually, I think this might just be a limitation of that terminal
widget in radrails… I
can’t seem to find it now, but I remember being annoyed that it didn’t
really work like a
terminal… that there were only certain things you could do.

I would try doing some other stuff – even another rake file – in it
before you assume
that there’s a problem with your db/app/rakefile. Or better yet, just
use your regular OS
terminal window!

b

I use RadRails but still us a real the command prompt to do things like
Rake.

I couldn’t figure out how to use the Terminal window and I don’t
understand why sometimes it’s available to use and sometimes not.

Jeff
www.softiesonrails.com

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