Migration question

Hi everyone,

is there a best practice for doing migrations of RoR Applications? Is
there for instance a tool, that will allow me to see the difference
between my development server and the production server and allow me
to migrate differences?

Thanks,

Mark

On 26 Mar 2008, at 10:33, Mark Milke wrote:

Hi everyone,

is there a best practice for doing migrations of RoR Applications? Is
there for instance a tool, that will allow me to see the difference
between my development server and the production server and allow me
to migrate differences?

By migrations, do you mean database schema changes? In which case you
should just use rails’ migrations in which case it should all just
fall out in the wash.

Fred

is there a best practice for doing migrations of RoR Applications? Is
there for instance a tool, that will allow me to see the difference
between my development server and the production server and allow me
to migrate differences?

By migrations, do you mean database schema changes?

By migrations I mean application migrations, i.e. presentation (html,
css, js), application (Ruby), database (yes, database schemas).

Is there a best practice for this?

Mark

Subversion + Capistrano

On 26 Mar 2008, at 11:49, Mark Milke wrote:

By migrations I mean application migrations, i.e. presentation (html,
css, js), application (Ruby), database (yes, database schemas).

Is there a best practice for this?

Use some type of source control (subversion, git etc…) To make this
even easier use something like capistrano to automate this.

Fred

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