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composite_primary_keys 0.1.3

ActiveRecords only support a single primary key, preventing their use on legacy databases where tables have primary keys over 2+ columns. This solution allows an ActiveRecord to be extended to support multiple keys using the class method set_primary_keys.

Versions:

  1. 11.0.0.beta2 - December 10, 2017 (66 KB)
  2. 11.0.0.beta1 - December 03, 2017 (66 KB)
  3. 10.0.2 - December 02, 2017 (66.5 KB)
  4. 10.0.1 - October 11, 2017 (66 KB)
  5. 10.0.0 - October 08, 2017 (66 KB)
  6. 0.1.3 - July 21, 2006 (18.5 KB)
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Authors:

  • Dr Nic Williams

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