|| at Oct 18, 2011 at 5:33 pm
On Oct 18, 7:59 pm, Colin Law wrote:
On 18 October 2011 16:43, Hesham wrote:
On Oct 18, 7:34 pm, Colin Law wrote:
On 18 October 2011 16:25, Hesham wrote:
I have a class variable (@neo) that that get initialized by using
where the connect method will initialize the variable @neo
Right now I call the Graph.connect method in any other class that
needs to have the variable initialized.
is there a way to have the variable initialized at the start of the
execution of the app, regardless of point of entry?
You could specify it in a before_filter in application_controller.
Then it will get run for any action.
That would work, but is there a way to have it initialized for both
controllers and models at the start.
Something like the db yaml configs?
What do you mean by initialised for a model?
You said that you are initialising a class variable, I assumed you
meant a controller class variable.
A model is a class as well, right? Maybe, I should explain that the
variable is actually a connection to an external rest-dd, the Graph
model is actually responsible for all interactions with the db.
Right now, I check if the connection is set and if not I set the
connection. What I would like is to have the connection set at app
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