On Jan 17, 4:00 am, Pankaj jyoti Barua <rails-mailing-l…@andreas-
I have a database containing around 15 tables. There are lots of
relationships. Now if I need to add a query involving say 8
tables(a,b,c,d,e,f,g,h) can I do it using find_by_sql. If so where do I
implement the method, inside the class of which table.
Just pick one. It doesn’t much matter to you what kind of object is
returned by find_by_sql (or connection.execute). It’ll have attributes
for every column in the SELECT. So pick one as a “controller” (our
term, not Rails’) and go through it. It’s really just a matter of self-
documentation. In what model would you look for this method?