|Aaron Blohowiak on 1 Mar 2006 05:07:05 -0000|
Changing your database structure to fit your development framework is not usually a good idea. Since your database is responsible for your data's integrity, you should put as much validation and safeguards as you can into it. Learn to work around (or, hopefully, fix and submit your upgrades to) rails' fkc rough spots.
Dude, rails and FKC don't jive. Having them in your database is really repeating yourself which you shouldnt want to do -- your tests should be validating all of your code anyway. the only time it would be super necessary is if you have multiple apps hitting the same db and you doubt their ability to respect your data.
On Feb 28, 2006, at 11:37 PM, Mike Zornek wrote:
Anyone here have any war stories about using FCK and Rails. I think I'm