[CDBI] Two has_a Relationships to the Same Table?
davemabe at gmail.com
Wed Apr 23 14:26:41 BST 2008
__PACKAGE__->has_a(marketdata => 'StockTickr::MarketData'); # this
relationship has worked fine
__PACKAGE__->has_a(yesterday_marketdata => 'StockTickr::MarketData'); # new
column, yesterday_marketdata is a new column in this table
On Wed, Apr 23, 2008 at 9:13 AM, Mertel, Mark <mm330g at att.com> wrote:
> Did you use the mappings method? How about including your code snippet.
> Mark Mertel
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> classdbi-bounces at svr02.digitalcraftsmen.net] *On Behalf Of *Dave Mabe
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> *To:* ClassDBI at svr02.digitalcraftsmen.net
> *Subject:* [CDBI] Two has_a Relationships to the Same Table?
> I've got one table (A) with a has_a relationship to another table (B).
> I'd like to add another column to table A that is the foreign key for a
> record in table B.
> I tried to simply add the column and then put another has_a relationship
> in the class for table A, but I get "Column does not exist" errors. I tried
> adding the new column name as a TEMP column in the class for table B and
> also adding it as a table_alias for table B both of which give the same
> Any idea how to do this? Is it possible to set up another class for table
> B for the second relationship (still pointing to the data in the same
> Dave Mabe
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