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05:40 <GitHub190> [13sequel] 15xyhc opened issue #1350: migrate sqlite3 to postgresql VERROR C22001 Mvalue too long for type character varying(32) 02https://git.io/v963I
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08:42 <GitHub97> [13sequel] 15StevenCregan opened pull request #1351: Bugfix: Handling for Oracle 11g xe schema[:db_type] (06master...06master) 02https://git.io/v96RL
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10:49 <ernlyne> Hy there, i'm facing a strange issue. I have many simple associations between differents models. (only one_to_many + many_to_one without options). Into a certain place I call `a.company.surveys` (where A.many_to_one :company and Company.one_to_many :surveys). It returns me a table with only one survey (it's what I expect) but as following :[#<Survey @values={:id=>nil ........ }]
10:50 <ernlyne> where a.company.surveys_dataset.all return me : [#<Survey @values={:id=>"d9e9183c-d207-4a07-b900-e631bfa5c90c", ....... }]
10:52 <ernlyne> Did anyone faced the same thing before ?
10:58 <ernlyne> (I precise the `.......` are the other survey's values correctly fill in both examples)
10:58 <ernlyne> I only have this issue with the 'id' field
12:34 <ernlyne> Well. As strange as it is, after rebooting posgres serv + rebooting a rails c, it worked as expected.
12:35 <ernlyne> Maybe it was an issue related to caching
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13:58 <GitHub51> [13sequel] 15brauliobo opened issue #1352: server_block: make set_default_server and clear_default_server available 02https://git.io/v96p2
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14:33 <moeSizlak> where does the sql named instance go in the connection string?
14:33 <moeSizlak> tinytds://user:pass@server/database
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15:19 <GitHub97> [13sequel] 15jeremyevans commented on issue #1350: If I had to guess, you have a `varchar(32)` type in your SQLite database, but you have more than 32 characters in it (SQLite doesn't check lengths). Fix your SQLite database so that no column values has more than the number of characters specified by the column type, then try again. Alternatively, dump the SQLite database schema using `sequel -d sqlite://data.db`, modify the migration it creates to
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15:19 <GitHub91> [13sequel] 15jeremyevans closed issue #1350: migrate sqlite3 to postgresql VERROR C22001 Mvalue too long for type character varying(32) 02https://git.io/v963I
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15:23 <GitHub124> [13sequel] 15jeremyevans commented on issue #1352: By design, just like connection checkouts and transactions, Sequel only offers a block based API for setting default servers, because that is the only way to make sure things are unset correctly. Use a rack middleware in your Sinatra app and call `with_server` inside it, that will offer an around filter-like capability. 02https://git.io/v9iq5
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15:23 <GitHub111> [13sequel] 15jeremyevans closed issue #1352: server_block: make set_default_server and clear_default_server available 02https://git.io/v96p2
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15:25 <GitHub143> [13sequel] 15brauliobo commented on issue #1352: A rack middleware isn't convenient as there are preloaded data to be checked before picking a server. 02https://git.io/v9imY
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15:27 <GitHub66> [13sequel] 15jeremyevans commented on issue #1351: I'm OK with the general idea, but I think a simpler implementation would be do the following:... 02https://git.io/v9imz
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15:34 <GitHub110> [13sequel] 15jeremyevans commented on issue #1352: You can always ask Sinatra to support around filters. Or use something like Roda which natively supports a block based API.... 02https://git.io/v9iOc
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15:38 <GitHub36> [13sequel] 15brauliobo commented on issue #1352: yep, I'm currently calling them using `send`, seems to work fine :) 02https://git.io/v9i3f
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