[CDBI] has_many - how to specify link columns ?
mreece at vinq.com
Tue Aug 15 21:16:27 BST 2006
'should not' is a dangerous assumption! i have found that, since i
cannot always guarantee the order that the classes are 'used', that i
get intermittent failures[*] if i rely on the assumptions. so i've
developed the habit of _always_ defining the third argument, just to
be sure me and HasMany agree on what is expected.
[*] - where 'failure' is defined as HasMany assuming the table
'moniker' as they key, typically due to circular 'use' cases where
CDBI::One might need to use CDBI::Two and vice versa so i can make
use of these classes in other methods (not list defining
relationships). so CDBI::One may not have set up its has_a before
CDBI::Two tries to has_many.
On Aug 15, 2006, at 12:47 PM, Ryan Tate wrote:
> On 8/15/06, Michael Reece <mreece at vinq.com> wrote:
>> articles->has_many( prices => 'prive2articles' => 'artid' ); #
>> argument is 'my key in foreign table'
> The third argument to has_many should not be needed, assuming
> price2articles class properly sets up has_a relationship with articles
> class, i.e.:
> $price2articles_class->has_a( artid => $article_class );
> $article_class->has_many( prices => $price2articles_class );
> By the way, why not just rename the "price2articles" table "prices?"
> Seems a lot simpler.
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michael reece :: software engineer :: mreece at vinq.com
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