Wes Gamble wrote:
OK, if it helps someone later, you have to specify a non-standard
foreign_key column between a parent and it's child on BOTH sides of the
So, in the child, do:
belongs_to :parent_object_name, :foreign_key => 'X'
and in the parent, do:
has_many :child_object_name, :foreign_key => 'X'
Oy vey, indeed!
I have a similar problem, with the complication that the tables in
question don't belong to me, I'm just reporting off of them.
No real key/id field. Uniquified off of string "Product"
No real key/id field.
Has foreign-key pointer to products, but field is called "program."
Sure, whatever. :\
I'm having a heck of a time setting up my models' belongs_to and
has_many lines. Can someone give me the syntax?