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Thanks again. I actually found that you can pass a Proc to the index_name method now which solves this problem. I created a mixin for my searchable…

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Hey. Thanks for the response. Question though. Isn't index_name a class method? Once it's set, isn't it set for all later instances of the class? I…

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jimmybaker commented on issue toptal/chewy#125
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That's what I thought as well, but I'm not getting any results with that filter. If I take the filter off I get results. Here is a doc that's indexed:

jimmybaker commented on issue toptal/chewy#125
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Here's the result ETHON: performed EASY effective_url=http://localhost:9200/product_variants/product_variant/_search response_code=200 return_code=…

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How to filter on nested field?
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Here is the documentation that I was referring to: http://cl.ly/image/0B1i0X1t3m37

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According to their documentation, the id of a line item must be present for an update to occur. If no id is present then it is considered a create …

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I haven't tried this yet but I think it will still give me duplicate line items. I'm not sure how it decides when a line item is new. Is it by the …

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Hi Cody. Thanks for the reply. I found the answer to my question about creating the types. I was referring to cost of goods sold account types. I h…

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Got it working with: def to_quickbooks(qbo=::Quickbooks::Model::Item.new) qbo.name = name qbo.type = 'Inventory' inv_asset_account = ::Quickbooks::…

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I found my way around this: def to_quickbooks(qbo=::Quickbooks::Model::Item.new) qbo.name = name qbo.type = 'Inventory' inv_asset_account = ::Quick…

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jimmybaker commented on pull request Shopify/active_shipping#220
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@wvanbergen - Yes I contributed this a long time ago. Perhaps the tracking response you're getting is using an updated api version. IIRC it was ver…

jimmybaker commented on issue slim-template/slim#578
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Basically, I want to use slim instead of liquid and I was hoping this would be possible. Maybe not. I love slim and I know my users would too.

jimmybaker commented on issue slim-template/slim#578
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scope is just an object that I've added properties to.

jimmybaker commented on issue slim-template/slim#578
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This renders a template but I don't have access to any of the properties on the scope object: content = Slim::Template.new(logic_less: true) { temp…

jimmybaker commented on issue slim-template/slim#578
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I tried this but it's not working: content = Slim::Template.new({logic_less: true, dictionary: scope}) { template_content }.render() also tried: c…

jimmybaker commented on issue slim-template/slim#578
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Awesome. Thank you. Is there an example of how to provide the dictionary full of valid things that can be called within the template? Thanks.

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