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== Executing Tests First create the test database: rails_sql_views_unittest Next, copy test/connection.example.yml to test/connection.yml and change the settings to match your database configuration that you are testing. To run the tests either use: rake Which will run the MySQL tests, or use something like the following: rake DB=native_postgresql Substituting the directory name inside the connection directory. == Status Currently the following adapters have been tested: * MySQL * PostgreSQL Pure Ruby The Oracle and SQL Server adapters have not been tested by me. == Implementing Adapters If you would like to implement an adapter, it should go in lib/rails_sql_views/connection_adapters. Follow the conventions of the other adapters currently implemented. Every adapter must implement the following methods: supports_views? base_tables(name = nil) views(name = nil) view_select_statement(view, name=nil) The suports_views? method must return true. The views method must return an array of all view names. The view_select_statement method must return the select statement used to construct the specified view. In addition you must include the following for testing purposes: The script which establishes the database connection in ActiveRecord: test/connection/driver_name/connection.rb The schema to setup the test database in your drivers native form: test/connection/driver_name/schema.sql The expected schema output from a schema dump. Note that it must be formatted *exactly* as the output would be: test/schema.driver_name.out.rb Once this is done you should send the diff of the changes to email@example.com. Any questions can also be emailed to this address. == Known Issues * If you are running on Rails 1.1.6 then the schema dumper test will fail because the formatting of the schema output has changed between 1.1.6 and 1.2.