[Instantrails-users] mySQL-Front

Frank Hale frankhale at gmail.com
Tue Jan 10 14:37:50 EST 2006


Sadly I am not experienced enough with migrations to know if such a
tool exists. I wonder if this is a potential task that is suited for
rake? I've been playing around with migrations for a week or so but
have only done the basic stuff, creating small tables and such.

On 1/10/06, David Morton <mortonda at dgrmm.net> wrote:
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> Frank Hale wrote:
> > Or you might want to look into Rails migrations so you can code your
> > DB tables in Ruby rather than raw SQL.
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> I'd like to do this for another project, but one thing bothers me... I already
> have the sql structure created.... is there a tool to create a migration from
> the current db structure?
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