Rails3 Active record complex where clause

When I do such a query, AR misses the second 1/2 of the where clause
(assigned_product_id):

XpRawBillDetailProduct.joins(:xp_raw_bill_detail).where(“xp_raw_bill_details.account_subcode_id=#{
account_subcode.id}”, :assigned_product_id =>
raw_bill_product.assigned_product_id).to_sql

“SELECT “xp_raw_bill_detail_products”.* FROM
“xp_raw_bill_detail_products” INNER JOIN “xp_raw_bill_details” ON
“xp_raw_bill_details”.“id” =
“xp_raw_bill_detail_products”.“xp_raw_bill_detail_id” WHERE
(xp_raw_bill_details.account_subcode_id=11)”

I have found I can get around this by using two wheres:

(rdb:1)
XpRawBillDetailProduct.joins(:xp_raw_bill_detail).where(“xp_raw_bill_details.account_subcode_id=#{
account_subcode.id}”).where(:assigned_product_id =>
raw_bill_product.assigned_product_id).to_sql
“SELECT “xp_raw_bill_detail_products”.* FROM
“xp_raw_bill_detail_products” INNER JOIN “xp_raw_bill_details” ON
“xp_raw_bill_details”.“id” =
“xp_raw_bill_detail_products”.“xp_raw_bill_detail_id” WHERE
(xp_raw_bill_details.account_subcode_id=11) AND
(“xp_raw_bill_detail_products”.“assigned_product_id” = 107)”
(rdb:1)

But is there a prettier way to mix inside a single where? Seems wrong
the
way I am doing it.

On Mar 21, 5:19pm, David K. [email protected] wrote:

When I do such a query, AR misses the second 1/2 of the where clause
(assigned_product_id):

XpRawBillDetailProduct.joins(:xp_raw_bill_detail).where(“xp_raw_bill_detail
s.account_subcode_id=#{
account_subcode.id}”, :assigned_product_id =>
raw_bill_product.assigned_product_id).to_sql

If you do this, AR assumes that the hash you provided is a map for
substituting named bind variables (ie if your query contained " AND
assigned_product_id = :assigned_product_id" it would
replace :assigned_product_id with the value from the hash

Fred

On Mon, Mar 21, 2011 at 11:29 AM, Frederick C. <
[email protected]> wrote:

raw_bill_product.assigned_product_id).to_sql

If you do this, AR assumes that the hash you provided is a map for
substituting named bind variables (ie if your query contained " AND
assigned_product_id = :assigned_product_id" it would
replace :assigned_product_id with the value from the hash

Thanks Fred, makes sense.

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