jason cartwright wrote:
Larry W. <[email protected]…> writes:
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I share that concern as well. The application I am designing would also
multi-user database. I guess it would be possible to create a new
the application for each customer, but surely that would become
with any level of success.
For sake of discussion, can anyone provide a sample of how creating
ActiveRecord might be implemented? I am fairly new to Rails, so I’m not
completely familiar with how you do introspection and such. In C# I
Reflection with precision and ease, but these dynamic languages are
mental stretch for me.
I just found this thread after posting a similar topic. Was any decent
solution found for the problem of user-defined columns?
Allowing the application to add/remove columns is not an option for me.
The database will be shared among many users.
Tagging as I understand it doesn’t provide what I’m looking for either.
I’ll need a key/value pair for rows in a database. The keys will be
user-defined for the entire account and will only be mutable by the
administrator of that particular account.