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Links 1 through 10 of 15 by Tom Armitage tagged activerecord

Composite keys for Rails/ActiveRecord. Really does appear to work, too, which is nice.

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ARel looks brilliant, but blimey, those are some *big* changes to ActiveRecord. Pratik's post here is probably the most comprehensive I've seen, and well worth your time.

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"It’s pretty common to want SQL queries against a particular table to always be sorted the same way, and is one of the reasons why I added the ordered scope to the utility scopes gem... Well now you can specify default ordering, and other scopes, in edge rails directly in your ActiveRecord model." Hurrah!

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"With the recent addition of dynamic scopes, however, you now have a way to both quickly specify query logic and chain further conditions. The naming works in the same manner as dynamic finders and the chaining works in the same fashion as conventional named scopes." Ooh. New in Rails 2.3, and passed me by a little.

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"If you’re developing an application in Ruby on Rails framework, there are many situations when you should consider using tableless models." Stub out the table, and you get the benefits of validations and typed attributes. Nifty.

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"It looks like Nick Kallen’s wildly popular has_finder plugin will be making its way into Rails 2.x in the form of named_scope" This is excellent news.

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How I've not seen has_finder before I don't know. Looks very handy, and nice and succinct, too.

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"I [decided] to write a list of the top Ruby on Rails plugins that I have found useful." A decent-enough selection, with a few I hadn't seen before.

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"Better Rails Code through ...ActiveRecords with no public methods that have side-effects--other than Create, Update, and Destroy (CUD)." Ooh. This could be exactly what I need. Certainly worth a closer look, anyhow.

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"HasFinder is an extension to ActiveRecord that makes it easier than ever to create custom find and count queries." Looks excellent. Might well be making use of this.

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