These are chat archives for rails-sqlserver/activerecord-sqlserver-adapter

14th
Sep 2015
Ian Nájar
@MrLinDowsMac
Sep 14 2015 15:30
Hi there
Ken Collins
@metaskills
Sep 14 2015 17:14
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Ian Nájar
@MrLinDowsMac
Sep 14 2015 18:22
I was about to ask something about OUTPUT variables support
I commented in an issue about that some days ago
but I don't really want to annoy someone here, :worried:
Ken Collins
@metaskills
Sep 14 2015 18:26
Not annoying… I can talk when I have a moment.
I’d have to get my head into the ticket to talk sensible about the topic tho.
My next big priority is getting some Azure testing done.
Ian Nájar
@MrLinDowsMac
Sep 14 2015 18:28
I guess that main feature is a priority
(y)
:+1:
Ken Collins
@metaskills
Sep 14 2015 18:29
Other cool things should happen too. I think getting the adapter ready for Rails 5 is a big one too.
Native FreeTDS bins in Windows gems, etc.
Should be doing some OS hacking in a few weeks while in Redmond, WA
Ian Nájar
@MrLinDowsMac
Sep 14 2015 18:30
Damn, I'm trying to stick to Rails 4
has rails 5 major changes?
Ken Collins
@metaskills
Sep 14 2015 18:36
I’m sure… also depends on your perspect.
Outside of abstract adapter changes, quite a bit.
But every minor version typically causes changes that make it a few weeks to get the tests all passing again.
So 4 to 5 is major. And I suspect there will be fun to have.
Ian Nájar
@MrLinDowsMac
Sep 14 2015 23:17
Is there a way to catch TinyTDS errors instead ActiveRecord..?
Trying to catch this:
ActiveRecord::StatementInvalid (TinyTds::Error: Divide by zero error encountered
.: EXEC store_prueba 1):
app/controllers/facturas_controller.rb:30:in `create'
I could catch ActiveRecord::StatementInvalid, but no that TinyTDS one...