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Greg Dan

Bad table name when using join and hash condition

Reported by Greg Dan | August 19th, 2009 @ 10:38 AM

Here is an example from Rails Guides

time_range = ( -

Client.all :joins => :orders, :conditions => {:orders => {:created_at => time_range}}

If the orders table is using non standard table name, set with set_table_name, then above creates wrong condition. ":joins => :orders" works fine. However the hash condition always produces "orders" for the table name. I guess the hash condition doesn't take correct table name, the name which is set via set_table_name.

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