Like I have a class A and a class B, A < B, B < ActiveRecord::Base. as and bs are two different table in database, as has bs's columns. (I use postgresql's inherit table). Now I do 'A.find(:all, conditions => "acol1 = 0")', acol1 does exists in bs. "ActiveRecord::StatementInvalid" throwed, bs does not have acol1 column. "select * from bs where (acol1 = 0)" How to resolve this? Why A.find does not do "select * from as where (acol1 = 0)"? Thanks.
on 2007-06-06 09:24
on 2007-06-06 11:30
Magicloud wrote: > (acol1 = 0)"? Adding set_table_name 'as' to the A class may get it working. -- We develop, watch us RoR, in numbers too big to ignore.
on 2007-06-06 19:04
ActiveRecord supports single table inheritance. The table name is taken from the immediate subclass of ActiveRecord::Base. You can place a type column in this table to support Ruby subclasses, but all columns and all records must be in one table. The only other option (which I have not tried) is to mark the immediate subclass of ActiveRecord::Base as abstract in which case all subclasses will each be in their own table. But, then all associations that reference any of those classes must be polymorphic associations. Michael