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This rails plugin provides a way to validate your model against databse rules you've already created in your schema, including column lengths for strings, "not null" designations, and ensuring integer input for integer columns.
== Schema Definition A Ruby on Rails plugin for easy migration generation. Based on Auto-Migrations by PJ Hyett firstname.lastname@example.org . == Usage Create a copy of your schema.rb file and name it definition.rb. Now, when you need to change database schema, edit definition.rb file. Then, invoke $ ... [More]
Smooth Migration PluginThe Smooth Migration plugin allows database migrations to continue running instead of aborting on failure. The rake db:migrate task will fail at the end of the migration instead of in the middle. This helps prevent getting stuck between migrations and needing to comment out ... [More]
If you use UUIDs or GUIDs for column IDs in your Ruby on Rails application, you might have noticed that your tests always fail. It's because the schema dumper used to build the schema.rb file that the test framework in turn uses to build your test database, doesn't understand non-integer id ... [More]
Ruby on Rails "Migrations" ported to .NET Migrations are a way to define your database schema in such a way that it is easy to: * put into source control (know which schema changes relate to which code changes) * share between developers * rollback or upgrade to any version of t
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