Record Mapping

Ok … I am having one more problem for you guyz … :slight_smile:

Actually …
i am taking records into an array with command …
array = ModelName.find(:all, :conditions) …

And then again i have to give conditions on array records … which i can
access easily by for loop …
Can i do it … ?

Done …
Thanks …

Hemant B. wrote:

Ok … I am having one more problem for you guyz … :slight_smile:

Actually …
i am taking records into an array with command …
array = ModelName.find(:all, :conditions) …

And then again i have to give conditions on array records … which i can
access easily by for loop …
Can i do it … ?

Hemant B. wrote:

Done …
Thanks …

Hemant B. wrote:

Ok … I am having one more problem for you guyz … :slight_smile:

Actually …
i am taking records into an array with command …
array = ModelName.find(:all, :conditions) …

And then again i have to give conditions on array records … which i can
access easily by for loop …
Can i do it … ?

if you put your solution down here, it would be useful for some one who
is looking for answers to similar challenges.

i just compiled an for loop for array like this …
for record in array
and then here had taken whatever i want … :slight_smile: like record.id
end

May not be the best solution but its fine …

Cheers …

Rails L. wrote:

Hemant B. wrote:

Done …
Thanks …

Hemant B. wrote:

Ok … I am having one more problem for you guyz … :slight_smile:

Actually …
i am taking records into an array with command …
array = ModelName.find(:all, :conditions) …

And then again i have to give conditions on array records … which i can
access easily by for loop …
Can i do it … ?

if you put your solution down here, it would be useful for some one who
is looking for answers to similar challenges.

This forum is not affiliated to the Ruby language, Ruby on Rails framework, nor any Ruby applications discussed here.

| Privacy Policy | Terms of Service | Remote Ruby Jobs