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build_from_hash

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v3.2.3 - Show latest stable - 0 notes - Class: ActiveRecord::PredicateBuilder
build_from_hash(engine, attributes, default_table) public

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# File activerecord/lib/active_record/relation/predicate_builder.rb, line 3
    def self.build_from_hash(engine, attributes, default_table)
      predicates = attributes.map do |column, value|
        table = default_table

        if value.is_a?(Hash)
          table = Arel::Table.new(column, engine)
          build_from_hash(engine, value, table)
        else
          column = column.to_s

          if column.include?('.')
            table_name, column = column.split('.', 2)
            table = Arel::Table.new(table_name, engine)
          end

          attribute = table[column.to_sym]

          case value
          when ActiveRecord::Relation
            value = value.select(value.klass.arel_table[value.klass.primary_key]) if value.select_values.empty?
            attribute.in(value.arel.ast)
          when Array, ActiveRecord::Associations::CollectionProxy
            values = value.to_a.map {|x| x.is_a?(ActiveRecord::Base) ? x.id : x}
            ranges, values = values.partition {|v| v.is_a?(Range) || v.is_a?(Arel::Relation)}

            array_predicates = ranges.map {|range| attribute.in(range)}

            if values.include?(nil)
              values = values.compact
              if values.empty?
                array_predicates << attribute.eq(nil)
              else
                array_predicates << attribute.in(values.compact).or(attribute.eq(nil))
              end
            else
              array_predicates << attribute.in(values)
            end

            array_predicates.inject {|composite, predicate| composite.or(predicate)}
          when Range, Arel::Relation
            attribute.in(value)
          when ActiveRecord::Base
            attribute.eq(value.id)
          when Class
            # FIXME: I think we need to deprecate this behavior
            attribute.eq(value.name)
          else
            attribute.eq(value)
          end
        end
      end

      predicates.flatten
    end
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