Ruby on Rails
findraises an exception that if not handled, will result in controller endpoints returning 404.
find_by!is a variant that can be used to get the same behavior of
If you try to have a generic database configuration controlled by environment variables, your database actions will run twice in development.
default: &default adapter: postgresql encoding: unicode pool: <%= ENV['DATABASE_POOL'] %> host: <%= ENV['DATABASE_HOST'] %> database: <%= ENV['DATABASE_NAME'] %> username: <%= ENV['DATABASE_USER'] %> password: <%= ENV['DATABASE_PASSWORD'] %> development: <<: *default test: <<: *default
Since Rails by default runs migrations for the
test environment when you're on
development , when it tries to run them the
RAILS_ENV will be
development so it will actually run all the database actions on the development database again.
Instead ensure that you give specific and unique names for the development and test environments:
development: <<: *default database: my_app_development test: <<: *default database: my_app_test