short testcase here: https://paste.xinu.at/DXzV8/rb it explains everything. do i have a misunderstanding somewhere?
ineb: what database are you using (does it support foreign key constraints?) and what is that schema method? does your database have the same idea of the schema?
Rennex: iam using postgresql. and i forgot that the schema method was something i came up with. iam creating all my database tables like this. here is the missing snippet for it https://paste.xinu.at/o6DW/
ineb: ah. well, i noticed your foreign_key call doesn't specify which table it refers to!
you think that is the problem?
ok i will try it out as soon as my db server is available again (down for maintenance right now). i just recently started to work with sequel
Rennex: do you know some real world applications which are using sequel where i could learn from?
not really. but i bet someone does
heh, yeah. right now iam working with the documentation, which is good.
but seeing some real world applications would be nice
Rennex: it works now after adding the table name to the foreign key
hi all, I'm using insert_conflict.multi_insert but non conflicting values aren't being inserted, any idea why?
wrong unique index