I'm new to Ruby and Rails and I'm having a problem. I've creates a ruby schema file defining a table containing a text column. I am able to migrate this table to a MySQL database with no problem. Here is the table definition from my migration file. create_table "strings", :force => true do |t| t.column "string", :text, :null => false end However, when I try to run the Rake target to run my unit tests, I get the following error. Mysql::Error: #42000BLOB/TEXT column 'string' can't have a default value: CREATE TABLE strings (`id` int(11) DEFAULT NULL auto_increment PRIMARY KEY, `string` text DEFAULT '' NOT NULL) ENGINE=InnoDB Can anone tell me what's going on here? I can figure out how to get the DEFAULT '' out of the generated SQL. Again, this does not happen when I run migrations. Does it use different code?
on 2007-08-01 15:51