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DayliteModels

This is a set of ActiveRecord classes, designed to work with Daylite 3 by Marketcircle.

All the classes are in namespace Daylite. For example Daylite projects live in the class Daylite::Project.

Models attributes are mapped to usual ruby underscore_notation from Daylite cameCase notation.

Usage

You can use this module as rails plugin and as a standalone library.

Usage as Rails plugin

Install the plugin

./script/plugin install <path_to_repo>

Add daylite section to you database.yml

daylite:
    adapter: openbase
    database: MyOrganization
    host: localhost
    username: my_username
    password: my_password

Add the following line to you environment.rb:

Daylite::Base.establish_connection(:daylite)

You are ready to rock! Now you can use Daylite classes in you application as usual Rails models.

Usage as a standalone library

Place

require 'daylite_models'

somewhere in you initialization code and provide connection info through Daylite::Base.establish_connection call. You will need to provide adapter, database, host, username and password params. See ActiveRecord::Base.establish_connection and Openbase documentation for more info. You may use the following piece of code:

DAYLITE_DATABASE_CONFIG = 'config/database.yml'
DAYLITE_CONFIG_SECTION = 'daylite'

if File.exist?(DAYLITE_DATABASE_CONFIG)
  yaml = YAML::load(File.read(DAYLITE_DATABASE_CONFIG))

  if yaml[DAYLITE_CONFIG_SECTION]
    Daylite::Base.establish_connection( yaml[DAYLITE_CONFIG_SECTION] )
  end
end
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