Rails & mysql


#1

so for relational associations, do i need to actually be using an rdbms
like
innodb or bdb? or can i get away with myisam and assume that telling
ruby
how i want the tables related will be good enough (ie, has_one, has
many,
etc)?


#2

No need for the database to support relational thingies. As far as I
know Rails ignores all such features on the database and uses it’s own
rules instead.

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