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class AbstractCompany < ActiveRecord::Base
self.abstract_class = true
end
class Company < AbstractCompany
self.sequence_name = :companies_nonstd_seq
validates_presence_of :name
has_one :dummy_account, foreign_key: "firm_id", class_name: "Account"
has_many :contracts
has_many :developers, through: :contracts
scope :of_first_firm, lambda {
joins(account: :firm).
where("firms.id" => 1)
}
def arbitrary_method
"I am Jack's profound disappointment"
end
private
def private_method
"I am Jack's innermost fears and aspirations"
end
class SpecialCo < Company
end
end
module Namespaced
class Company < ::Company
end
class Firm < ::Company
has_many :clients, class_name: "Namespaced::Client"
end
class Client < ::Company
end
end
class Firm < Company
to_param :name
has_many :clients, -> { order "id" }, dependent: :destroy, before_remove: :log_before_remove, after_remove: :log_after_remove
has_many :unsorted_clients, class_name: "Client"
has_many :unsorted_clients_with_symbol, class_name: :Client
has_many :clients_sorted_desc, -> { order "id DESC" }, class_name: "Client"
has_many :clients_of_firm, -> { order "id" }, foreign_key: "client_of", class_name: "Client", inverse_of: :firm
has_many :clients_ordered_by_name, -> { order "name" }, class_name: "Client"
has_many :unvalidated_clients_of_firm, foreign_key: "client_of", class_name: "Client", validate: false
has_many :dependent_clients_of_firm, -> { order "id" }, foreign_key: "client_of", class_name: "Client", dependent: :destroy
has_many :exclusively_dependent_clients_of_firm, -> { order "id" }, foreign_key: "client_of", class_name: "Client", dependent: :delete_all
has_many :limited_clients, -> { limit 1 }, class_name: "Client"
has_many :clients_with_interpolated_conditions, ->(firm) { where "rating > #{firm.rating}" }, class_name: "Client"
has_many :clients_like_ms, -> { where("name = 'Microsoft'").order("id") }, class_name: "Client"
has_many :clients_like_ms_with_hash_conditions, -> { where(name: "Microsoft").order("id") }, class_name: "Client"
has_many :plain_clients, class_name: "Client"
has_many :clients_using_primary_key, class_name: "Client",
primary_key: "name", foreign_key: "firm_name"
has_many :clients_using_primary_key_with_delete_all, class_name: "Client",
primary_key: "name", foreign_key: "firm_name", dependent: :delete_all
has_many :clients_grouped_by_firm_id, -> { group("firm_id").select("firm_id") }, class_name: "Client"
has_many :clients_grouped_by_name, -> { group("name").select("name") }, class_name: "Client"
has_one :account, foreign_key: "firm_id", dependent: :destroy, validate: true
has_one :unvalidated_account, foreign_key: "firm_id", class_name: "Account", validate: false
has_one :account_with_select, -> { select("id, firm_id") }, foreign_key: "firm_id", class_name: "Account"
has_one :readonly_account, -> { readonly }, foreign_key: "firm_id", class_name: "Account"
# added order by id as in fixtures there are two accounts for Rails Core
# Oracle tests were failing because of that as the second fixture was selected
has_one :account_using_primary_key, -> { order("id") }, primary_key: "firm_id", class_name: "Account"
has_one :account_using_foreign_and_primary_keys, foreign_key: "firm_name", primary_key: "name", class_name: "Account"
has_one :account_with_inexistent_foreign_key, class_name: "Account", foreign_key: "inexistent"
has_one :deletable_account, foreign_key: "firm_id", class_name: "Account", dependent: :delete
has_one :account_limit_500_with_hash_conditions, -> { where credit_limit: 500 }, foreign_key: "firm_id", class_name: "Account"
has_one :unautosaved_account, foreign_key: "firm_id", class_name: "Account", autosave: false
has_many :accounts
has_many :unautosaved_accounts, foreign_key: "firm_id", class_name: "Account", autosave: false
has_many :association_with_references, -> { references(:foo) }, class_name: "Client"
has_one :lead_developer, class_name: "Developer"
has_many :projects
def log
@log ||= []
end
private
def log_before_remove(record)
log << "before_remove#{record.id}"
end
def log_after_remove(record)
log << "after_remove#{record.id}"
end
end
class DependentFirm < Company
has_one :account, foreign_key: "firm_id", dependent: :nullify
has_many :companies, foreign_key: "client_of", dependent: :nullify
has_one :company, foreign_key: "client_of", dependent: :nullify
end
class RestrictedWithExceptionFirm < Company
has_one :account, -> { order("id") }, foreign_key: "firm_id", dependent: :restrict_with_exception
has_many :companies, -> { order("id") }, foreign_key: "client_of", dependent: :restrict_with_exception
end
class RestrictedWithErrorFirm < Company
has_one :account, -> { order("id") }, foreign_key: "firm_id", dependent: :restrict_with_error
has_many :companies, -> { order("id") }, foreign_key: "client_of", dependent: :restrict_with_error
end
class Client < Company
belongs_to :firm, foreign_key: "client_of"
belongs_to :firm_with_basic_id, class_name: "Firm", foreign_key: "firm_id"
belongs_to :firm_with_select, -> { select("id") }, class_name: "Firm", foreign_key: "firm_id"
belongs_to :firm_with_other_name, class_name: "Firm", foreign_key: "client_of"
belongs_to :firm_with_condition, -> { where "1 = ?", 1 }, class_name: "Firm", foreign_key: "client_of"
belongs_to :firm_with_primary_key, class_name: "Firm", primary_key: "name", foreign_key: "firm_name"
belongs_to :firm_with_primary_key_symbols, class_name: "Firm", primary_key: :name, foreign_key: :firm_name
belongs_to :readonly_firm, -> { readonly }, class_name: "Firm", foreign_key: "firm_id"
belongs_to :bob_firm, -> { where name: "Bob" }, class_name: "Firm", foreign_key: "client_of"
has_many :accounts, through: :firm, source: :accounts
belongs_to :account
validate do
firm
end
class RaisedOnSave < RuntimeError; end
attr_accessor :raise_on_save
before_save do
raise RaisedOnSave if raise_on_save
end
class RaisedOnDestroy < RuntimeError; end
attr_accessor :raise_on_destroy
before_destroy do
raise RaisedOnDestroy if raise_on_destroy
end
# Record destruction so we can test whether firm.clients.clear has
# is calling client.destroy, deleting from the database, or setting
# foreign keys to NULL.
def self.destroyed_client_ids
@destroyed_client_ids ||= Hash.new { |h,k| h[k] = [] }
end
before_destroy do |client|
if client.firm
Client.destroyed_client_ids[client.firm.id] << client.id
end
true
end
before_destroy :overwrite_to_raise
# Used to test that read and question methods are not generated for these attributes
def rating?
query_attribute :rating
end
def overwrite_to_raise
end
class << self
private
def private_method
"darkness"
end
end
end
class ExclusivelyDependentFirm < Company
has_one :account, foreign_key: "firm_id", dependent: :delete
has_many :dependent_sanitized_conditional_clients_of_firm, -> { order("id").where("name = 'BigShot Inc.'") }, foreign_key: "client_of", class_name: "Client", dependent: :delete_all
has_many :dependent_conditional_clients_of_firm, -> { order("id").where("name = ?", "BigShot Inc.") }, foreign_key: "client_of", class_name: "Client", dependent: :delete_all
end
class SpecialClient < Client
end
class VerySpecialClient < SpecialClient
end
class Account < ActiveRecord::Base
belongs_to :firm, class_name: "Company"
belongs_to :unautosaved_firm, foreign_key: "firm_id", class_name: "Firm", autosave: false
alias_attribute :available_credit, :credit_limit
def self.destroyed_account_ids
@destroyed_account_ids ||= Hash.new { |h,k| h[k] = [] }
end
# Test private kernel method through collection proxy using has_many.
def self.open
where("firm_name = ?", "37signals")
end
before_destroy do |account|
if account.firm
Account.destroyed_account_ids[account.firm.id] << account.id
end
true
end
validate :check_empty_credit_limit
protected
def check_empty_credit_limit
errors.add("credit_limit", :blank) if credit_limit.blank?
end
private
def private_method
"Sir, yes sir!"
end
end