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Add after_commit_without_transaction_enrollment and after_rollback_without_transaction_enrollment private callbacks so we can create after_commit and after_rollback callbacks without having the records automatic enrolled in the transaction. [fixes #18904]
…k apps, re #18764
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[Toby Ovod-Everett & Andrey Nering & Yves Senn] Closes #17726. Closes #10939. This patch makes three distinct modifications: 1. no longer fall back to disabling user triggers if system triggers can't be disabled 2. warn the user when referential integrity can't be disabled 3. restore aborted transactions when referential integrity can't be disabled The motivation behind these changes is to make the behavior of Rails transparent and less error-prone. To require superuser privileges is not optimal but it's what Rails currently needs. Users who absolutely rely on disabling user triggers can patch `disable_referential_integrity`. We should investigate `SET CONSTRAINTS` as a possible solution which does not require superuser privileges. /cc @matthewd
As part of #19029, in future `skip_before_action`, `skip_after_action` and `skip_around_action` will raise an ArgumentError if the specified callback does not exist. `skip_action_callback` calls all three of these methods and will almost certainly result in an ArgumentError. If anyone wants to remove all three callbacks then they can still call the three individual methods. Therefore let's deprecate `skip_action_callback` now and remove it when #19029 is merged.
Since `ActiveJob::TestHelper` globally sets `ActiveJob::Base.queue_adapter` on setup, there is no benefit in instantiating a new `TestAdapter` per tests. The original rationale was to allow parallel tests to run without interference, but since they'd all mutate the global `ActiveJob::Base.queue_adapter`, that was never realized.