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ActiveType 1.2 supports "change_association"

With ActiveType 1.2 you can modify associations (has_many etc.) after they have been defined.

One common use case for this is to change an association inside a form model, like this:

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class Credential < ActiveRecord::Base end class User < ActiveRecord::Base has_many :credentials end class SignUpCredential < ActiveType::Record[Credential] end class SignUp < ActiveType::Record[User] change_association :credentials, class_name: 'SignUpCredential' end

Now, if you load credentials, you will automatically receive records of type SignUpCredential.

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3 months ago
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