ActiveRecord how to correctly exclude records with conditions correctly?


Why does below not work?
Try to exclude all the is_reply = 1
values from the query but can't figure out how to.
I tried
several combinations but all fail.


All records with
is_reply = 1 still get returned with this below query, I think need to
sub the or part but how?


@messages =
Message.all(:conditions => ['is_reply = ? AND recipient_id
= ?
OR user_id = ?', 0, current_user.id, current_user.id] )


I'm assigning a time value in model with

/>

self.started_at = Time.now


When I save
it, I get following:


Created at: 2012-05-05 12:11:54
+0200
Started at: 2000-01-01 10:12:06 UTC
/>

I've tried formatting with Time.now.to_s(:db) but
the result is the same. Does this depend on locale settings? (I have
activerecord 3.1.3)

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i use acts-as-taggable-on for tagging.

/>

apartments_controller


def index
if
params[:tag]
@apartments =
Apartment.tagged_with(params[:tag])
else
@apartments =
Apartment.all
end
end

routes


resources :apartments do
#...
collection
do
get ':tag', to: 'apartments#index', as: :tag
end /> #...

I get nice urls by example
/apartments/tag1 etc.


I want to show custom
content based on the tag name in the apartments index
template.


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select * from table_name
where BaseDocEntry=15 and
BaseDocType='PRRH' and ItemCode='TestStudy2'
and WhseCode='01'
and (currentdoctype<>'PUSH' and CurrentDocEntry<>15) />

According to the query I have written above, the
data from INS2 will be fetched excluding the currentdoctype [PUSH] and
all data where CurrentDocEntry is not 15. What I expect my query to be
is, it must exclude the data only if this combination i.e.
currentdoctype=PUSH and CurrentDocEntry=15 are occurring in the same
row, then exclude that row.


Can you fix this query ?

Databases

I have written a relatively simple procedure which is meant to do
the following:


There are two columns on my spreadsheet, B and
C. Both data sets start in row 26
B contains the number of a
project (e.g. Project 1), and C contains the identifier for each line
item so that multiple services can be allocated to a project. The
combination of both variables will then form a unique ID for each line
item (e.g. 1/3 for the third item in Project 1)
Every time a new
project ID is entered in column B, column C should start again at 1 />Once the list of projects finishes, the loop should stop (first
if-condition)
I use another procedure to sort the data s
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Why does below not work?
Try to exclude all the is_reply = 1
values from the query but can't figure out how to.
I tried
several combinations but all fail.


All records with
is_reply = 1 still get returned with this below query, I think need to
sub the or part but how?


@messages =
Message.all(:conditions => ['is_reply = ? AND recipient_id
= ?
OR user_id = ?', 0, current_user.id, current_user.id] )


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I'm not sure if I am using the conditions correctly /> 
I have a rule of conditions for access into an area
of my site. The problem is, that when the wrong password is given, its
still giving access to the area of the site. It is happening because I
am using conditions wrong, and ask if someone could help me out by
pointing out the correct way to do it.
When I say
"conditions", I am referring to things such as &&
and ||

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