ActiveRecord model relationship with YAML file

Hi,

I have an ActiveRecord model Group and a YAML table stored in
config/users.yaml just like:

    - {login: titi, password: 123456, group_id: 2}
    - {login: toto, password: 987654, group_id: 7}

And I would like to link them by a sexy way. Can you help me?

I would be happy if I can do this (as example): User.first.group.id # =>
2

Many thanks for any help!

Paul A. wrote:

Hi,

I have an ActiveRecord model Group and a YAML table stored in
config/users.yaml just like:

    - {login: titi, password: 123456, group_id: 2}
    - {login: toto, password: 987654, group_id: 7}

And I would like to link them by a sexy way. Can you help me?

I would be happy if I can do this (as example): User.first.group.id # =>
2

Many thanks for any help!

This will probably be easier in Rails 3, but not impossible in Rails 2.
Which are you using?

Best,

Marnen Laibow-Koser wrote:

This will probably be easier in Rails 3, but not impossible in Rails 2.
Which are you using?

Thank for your quick answer. I'm using Rails 3 :stuck_out_tongue:

Hmm, http://github.com/zilkey/active_hash looks very cool. And Rails 3
ready. But it do not allow habtm relations :s

Hi,

I have an ActiveRecord model Group and a YAML table stored in
config/users.yaml just like:

- {login: titi, password: 123456, group_id: 2}
- {login: toto, password: 987654, group_id: 7}

And I would like to link them by a sexy way. Can you help me?

I would be happy if I can do this (as example): User.first.group.id # =>
2

You could run a rake task to put the data in the database, unless
there is a good reason why you need it in a yaml file.

Colin

Colin Law wrote: