Greetings to all!
I’ve decided to begin my journey into Ruby generally, and Rails
specifically, by writing a new database adapter for OpenBase. It’s
nearly complete, but I’ve run into a small issue:
In OpenBase, you cannot override a default value with a NULL during
an INSERT. OpenBase detects the null value and chooses the default
instead. This means that my adapter is not passing the
I need to first execute the INSERT, then send an UPDATE to nullify
the necessary attributes. Is this something I should do at the
adapter level, or should it perhaps go into the ActiveRecord? Since
it seems that the other 8 database servers do not have this behavior,
I’m thinking this belongs in the #insert on my adapter.
Any comments, suggestions…?
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