I have a situation like this:
has_many :policy_indicators, :through => :policy_indicator_ratings
named_scope :water, :conditions => [“sector = ?”, ‘water’]
named_scope :sanitation, :conditions => [“sector = ?”,‘sanitation’]
Now, i want to say something like
@country.policy_indicators.water.each do |indicator|
#do something with this country’s rating for this indicator
It feels like i’m now forced to do something like this inside the loop:
This seems clumsy - i’ve gone through the join model to get the
indicator, and now i have to manually pull the join record out again.
Is there a way to set up the named scope on the join model, something
#this won’t work but gets the idea across
named_scope :water, :conditions => (self.policy_indicator.sector ==
Or, is there a nicer way to organise my schema to seperate out water
indicators from sanitation indicators?
Grateful for any advice.