*ar-extensions is not compatible and is not being developed for Rails 3. Please use the activerecord-import gem which supports the same interface.*

LICENSE


This is licensed under the ruby license.

Author: Zach Dennis Web Site: www.continuousthinking.com/tags/arext Email: zach.dennis@gmail.com

- For How-To information see http://www.continuousthinking.com/tags/arext
- For project information and feedback please consult http://rubyforge.org/projects/arext/
- For release information please see below

ActiveRecord::Extensions 0.9.5


April 29th, 2011

- Removed erroneous "Can't mass assign protected attribute :id" when importing models

ActiveRecord::Extensions 0.9.4


April 6, 2011

- Added :synchronize_keys option for import which allows people to synchronize on specified fields besides the primary key. Note these fields should be unique

ActiveRecord::Extensions 0.9.0, 0.9.1


April 17, 2009

- Added MySQL support for save, create, replace options - :ignore, :on_duplicate_key_update, :keywords, :reload, :keywords, :pre_sql, :post_sql
- Added MySQL support for find options: :keywords, :pre_sql, :post_sql, :index_hint
- Added MySQL support for find_union and count_union
- Added MySQL support for insert_select
- Added MySQL support for delete_duplicates and delete_all :batch_size => X
- Updated :on_duplicate_update_key to accept a string in addition to array
- Fixed Find Extension Range bug to exclude end when ... used instead of ..

ActiveRecord::Extensions 0.8.2


March 16th, 2009

- Rails 2.3.1 and 2.3.2 compatibility added 
- Rails 2.1.2 and 2.2.2 compatibility preserved

AciveRecord::Extensions 0.7.0


July 20th, 2007

- Fixes timezone issue (thanks Michael Flester)
- Adds better finder and import support for Oracle (thanks Michael Flester)
- Committed patch to fix MySQL query padding, thanks to Gabe da Silveira
- Added functionality for MySQL to work with created_on, created_at, updated_on or updated_at fields
- Added more test coverage for import functionality

ActiveRecord::Extensions 0.6.0


May 5th, 2007

- Fixed bug with URI escaped strings and the Comparison better finder extension
- Added support for arrays with the Like better finder extension when using the '_contains' suffix
- Added 'synchronize' support for ActiveRecord::Base instances when using Import functionality

ActiveRecord::Extensions 0.5.2


March 14th, 2007

- Fixed Rubyforge bug #8996 by renaming alias in finders.rb to the ActiveRecord::Base#quote method

ActiveRecord::Extensions 0.5.1


March 14th, 2007

- Released as a rubygem
- Added a .gemspec file

ActiveRecord::Extensions 0.5.0


March 13th, 2007

- Added Time based query support which works on ActiveRecord columns which match a type supported by :datetime

ActiveRecord::Extensions 0.4.0


February 11th, 2007

- Added to_csv functionality
- Added temporary table support (MySQL)
- Added foreign key support (MySQL)
- Updated tests to keep schema information. Test database will automatically rebuild themselves if they are out of sync
- Added dependency for Mocha 0.4.0 or higher for tests

ActiveRecord::Extensions 0.3.0


December 29th, 2006

- Updates to the lib/ directory structure to avoid namespace issues.
- Updates to the Rakefile to run an external ruby process for tests rather then the same 
  ruby process that runs the rake tasks

ActiveRecord::Extensions 0.2.0


December 22nd, 2006

- Updates to_csv method for arrays returned by ActiveRecord::Base.find
- Adds does_not_match suffix for regular expression based conditions, ie: :field_does_not_match => /regex/
- Adds not_between suffix for ange based conditions, ie: :id_not_between => ( 0 .. 1 )
- Adds SQLite and SQLite3 support for better finders.
- Updates rake tasks for sqlite and sqlite3.
- Added rake tasks to use database migrations rather then raw SQL schema files.

ActiveRecord::Extensions 0.1.0


December 16th, 2006

- Adds to_csv method to arrays returned by ActiveRecord::Base.find. 
- Fixes bug in ActiveRecord::Extensions::Registry when processing key/value pairs where
  the order of certain Extensions was not handled correctly due to Hash usage.
- Refactoring of ActiveRecord::Extensions::Registry
- Added more tests for better finder support

ActiveRecord::Extensions 0.0.6


December 5th, 2006

- Added generic support for import functionality for all adapters
- Includes rake testing tasks for postgresql
- Includes postgresql support for all extensions except for full text searching (which is only mysql)
- Refactored directory structure of tests, import functionality and fulltext functionality

ActiveRecord::Extensions 0.0.5


October 20th, 2006.

- Fixes two bugs which broke normal ActiveRecord behavior
- Fully complaint with Rails 1.1.0 thru 1.1.6 (and all ActiveRecord versions released with those)
- Inlcudes new Rakefile
- Includes rake task "test:mysql" which allows ActiveRecord::Extensions to be tested with mysql
- Includes rake test "test:activerecord:mysql" which allows ActiveRecord's tests to be tested with the
  ActiveRecord::Extensions library

ActiveRecord::Extensions 0.0.4


August 26th, 2006. Released at RubyConf*MI. September 24th, 2006, Rubyforge release.

- Inlcudes "Better Finder" support for ActiveRecord

blogs.mktec.com/zdennis/pages/ARE_finders

ActiveRecord::Extensions 0.0.3


Released.… ????

- the project has been named ActiveRecord::Extensions.

ActiveRecord::Optimizations 0.0.2


July 20th, 11:27pm, Zach Dennis

This includes some of the optimizations for the ActiveRecord::Base. This release only supports the MysqlAdapter, although other adapters will be supported in upcoming releases.

HOW-TO USAGE


Require the two files in the lib/ directory and then create records using:

Model.create array_of_hashes

Example:

class LogEntry < ActiveRecord::Base ; end
LogEntry.import [ { :log_entry_name=>"Name" }, {:log_entry_name=>"Name2"}, ... ], :optimize=>true

Using the optimized create method will return the number of inserts performed, rather then an array of LogEntry objects. This currently skips model validation.

CHANGELOG


0.0.2

- add some documentation to the updated methods for ActiveRecord and MysqlAdapter
- renamed the create optimizatin to import. Multi-value inserts can be obtained using ActiveRecord::Base.import

0.0.1

- introduced updates to ActiveRecord::Base.create to support multi-value inserts

UPCOMING


- model validation on imports
- postgresql support for imports
- ability to use regular expressions for db searches
- ability to use db functions
- temporary table support
- memory table support
- complex update with on duplicate key update support