undefined method serializable_add_includes

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Lyle Underwood

Feb 8, 2011, 9:38:22 PM2/8/11
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Hey again,

I'm working with rails3-amf and MongoDB. I'm trying to do this:

format.amf { render :amf => @articles.collect.to_amf(:include => [:category]) }

And I get the following error:

undefined method `serializable_add_includes' for #<Article:0xb6759084>

I can call Article.serializable_hash(:include => :category) and that
works fine, but of course it does not have a to_amf method.

Any help appreciated,


Feb 9, 2011, 10:29:59 AM2/9/11
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Short story:
For now only ActiveRecord has support for :include in to_amf. You
could probably replicate the behavior you want by calling
@articles.collect.to_amf(:methods => [:category]) for now.

Long story:
ActiveModel is the base model class for all Rails 3-compatible ORMs.
Unfortunately it doesn't have any concept of relations - only
ActiveRecord has that. Because of the way to_amf and serializable_hash
work, I can't directly use serializable_hash for the relations
portion. The reason is that I need to intercept the objects in the
relation before they're turned into hashes so that if you have
"Category" mapped to "vo.Category" in Actionscript the mapping passes
through. Once it's a hash, I can't determine the original class name.
So when you use include, it assumes you're working with an
ActiveRecord object and calls serializable_add_includes.

If you'd like to add support for relations through MongoDB, take a
look at how ActiveRecord implements serializable_add_includes (https://
serialization.rb) and add a method that replicates that behavior to
the MongoDB base model class. I'm working together with several other
developers from the RubyAMF team to put together a better solution to
this, but for now this is the only way to do it.


Lyle Underwood

Feb 9, 2011, 1:02:03 PM2/9/11
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You are a beautiful man.

I will check that out, but :methods is working beautifully for now.


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