Hey all -
I’m brand new to both Ruby & Rails coming from a long history of C-
style syntax. I’m trying to assimilate a lot of things at the same
time, so I’m bumping into all kinds of issues. Many I can track down
via Google, but I’m stuck on this one.
I had a File model that I generated. A few hours later I learned that
“file” is a reserved word so I created a db migration to change the
table name to “binaries” and made all of the other file changes I
could think of. I must have missed at least one (I renamed and
modified models/file.rb and test/unit/file_test.rb). For this model,
it’s only a model (no controller, view, helper, etc.). There is no
content beyond the default in the unit test so far, but it’s still
class BinaryTest < ActiveSupport::TestCase
Clearly I’ve missed something b/c my unit test output is:
$ ruby unit/binary_test.rb
Loaded suite unit/binary_test
Finished in 0.00438 seconds.
ActiveRecord::StatementInvalid: Mysql::Error: Table
‘rphoto_test.files’ doesn’t exist: DELETE FROM
1 tests, 0 assertions, 0 failures, 1 errors
I did update my test db using rake db:test:load. Can someone point me
in the right direction?