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default_scope for select option builds invalid SQL.

Reported by bill | May 8th, 2009 @ 09:44 PM | in 3.x

This query failed in my app due to the fact that you can't declare multiple columns in the "SELECT count" fragment:

SELECT count(id,title) AS count_id_title FROM resources INNER JOIN resources_tags ON = resources_tags.resource_id WHERE (((resources.approved = 1) AND (resources_tags.tag_id = 109 )) AND (resources_tags.tag_id = 109 )) )

The query was invoked by "m = Model.approved" in the controller and then calling "m.size" in the view.

This is declared in the model: default_scope :select => 'id,title' named_scope :approved, :conditions => { :approved => true }

Rails 2.3.2 MySQL 5.0 Win XP

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