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chris finne

find a false boolean fails

Reported by chris finne | April 6th, 2010 @ 03:02 AM

This fails:

the "false" value not being appended to the SELECT statement...

Aws::AwsError: InvalidQueryExpression: The specified query expression syntax is not valid...

find by a true value works fine.

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  • chris finne

    chris finne April 6th, 2010 @ 03:26 AM

    It also fails in the same way with find(:all, :conditions) where conditions is a hash or an array.

    I think I've traced it to this method in the aws gem: right_sdb_interface.rb

    def escape(value)
      %Q{'#{value.to_s.gsub(/(['\\])/){ "\\#{$1}" }}'} if value

    the value is false, so nothing is returned.

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