This includes fixing typos in changelog, removing a deprecated mocha/setup test require, and preferring the `column_for_attribute` accessor over direct access to the columns_hash in the new code. Conflicts: activerecord/CHANGELOG.md activerecord/lib/active_record/locking/optimistic.rb
When calling quote_value the underlying connection sometimes requires more information about the column to properly return the correct quoted value. I ran into this issue when using optimistic locking in JRuby and the activerecord-jdbcmssql-adapter. In SQLSever 2000, we aren't allowed to insert a integer into a NVARCHAR column type so we need to format it as N'3' if we want to insert into the NVARCHAR type. Unfortuantely, without the column type being passed the connection adapter cannot properly return the correct quote value because it doesn't know to return N'3' or '3'. This patch is fairly straight forward where it just passes in the column type into the quote_value, as it already has the ability to take in the column, so it can properly handle at the connection level. I've added the tests required to make sure that the quote_value method is being passed the column type so that the underlying connection can determine how to quote the value. Conflicts: activerecord/CHANGELOG.md activerecord/lib/active_record/locking/optimistic.rb
This is reworking of rails/rails#7380 made for rails 3.
when result_error_field is not defined on result raise the original exception. Fixes #11260
This change fixes a bug by which 3.2-STABLE users can't globally override the default STI inheritance column with `ActiveRecord::Base.inheritance_column = 'some_column'`. 3.2-STABLE users are forced to use a deprecated method or monkey patch it otherwise. Test case written by tkhr <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
…records This is a backport of #10417 fixes bug introduced by #3329 These are the conditions necessary to reproduce the bug: - For an association, autosave => true. - An association record is being destroyed - A new association record is being created. - There is a unique index one of the association's fields. - The record being created has the same value as the record being destroyed on the indexed field. Before, the deletion of records was postponed until after all insertions/saves. Therefore the new record with the identical value in the indexed field caused a non-unique value error to be thrown at the database level. With this fix, the deletions happen first, before the insertions/saves. Therefore the record with the duplicate value is gone from the database before the new record is created, thereby avoiding the non-uniuqe value error.
that #exists? and others can produce invalid SQL: "SELECT DISTINCT DISTINCT" The combination of a :uniq => true association and the #distinct call in #construct_limited_ids_condition combine to create invalid SQL, because we're explicitly selecting DISTINCT, and also sending #distinct on to AREL, via the relation#distinct_value. Where #6792 was the forever fix, this is the minimal fix. Instead of properly indicating the distinctness of the query through #uniq_value alone, we use a literal select statement and set #uniq_value to always be falsey
…estroy Confirm a record has not already been destroyed before decrementing counter cache Conflicts: activerecord/CHANGELOG.md Conflicts: activerecord/CHANGELOG.md activerecord/lib/active_record/associations/builder/belongs_to.rb