Rails 3.2 Add Column Migration

Adding a column to an existing table in a Rails migration – Stack. – Jan 29, 2011. If you have already run your original migration (before editing it), then you need to generate a new migration ( rails generate migration.

Ruby on Rails Guides: Migrations – This migration adds a table called products with a string column called name and a text column called description. A primary key. This method is preferred for writing constructive migrations (adding columns or tables). 3.2 Changing Tables.

Jun 27, 2013. Ok, this is one of those "magical" things about rails everyone is always talking about. There is a naming convention for when you do migrations.

add_column (ActiveRecord::ConnectionAdapters. – APIdock – To add a post_id field to a comments table, run this: scriptgenerate migration add_post_id_to_comment post_id:integer. See that it´s not the table name(plural) ,

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Mar 18, 2013. I doubt it allowed you to actually rake db:migrate this migration, so you shouldn't have to roll back. Just remove the bottom three add_column s.