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|Ruby on Rails: nested attributes, create a model and its nested attributes use the main model to create more nested attribute models using remote|
I tried the following in the create action of order controller and it
worked. If anyone have a better solution please let me know.
@order = Order.find(session[:order_id])
@order = Order.new(order_params)
session[:order_id] = @order.id
respond_to do |forma
|Using Core Data created in one project as input to another project|
I realized something similar:
- pick your prefilled sqlite file from the simulator folder
- copy it over to your other project
- during runtime, check on your other project if a sqlite structure
exists and if it doesn't create it by copying the sqlite file from
your bundle to the documents folder:
|Exporting project from Blender to use in Android project|
What you need is a game engine for Android that will import objects
from Blender. There has been a lot of development in this area
recently, so I wrote this article which summarizes them all. Some are
for Java, some C++, both open source and not. There are a lot of good
options it just depends on what is important to you. The JMonkeEngine
SDK, for example, is tightly coupled with Blender. My
|New GiT project - Where is the project history?|
You don't necessarily need to create a distributed repository. Git is
cool like that. It's very flexible. Later on, when you are ready, you
can push the changes in this repository to a remote repository. Feel
free to work locally for now.
Use the Git-SCM documentation to get you started. It is what helped
me immensely when learning this technology.
|Joins over non-key attributes|
I only know the case that Joins over the foreign key of one table
with the primary key of the other table.
Right, that is the most common and the most heavily optimized one.
However, it is not the only one: you can use a join to "connect" to
rows in another table (or even in the same table) based on an
Here is a simple example of non-equijoin:
insert into shirt_size (s