This time, I failed in the migration, consulted with the mentor, and wrote a memo until the solution. I was making something like an app that counts likes with online school materials. I put in the code to count the likes and ran the migration, but apparently it didn't work.
When you run
rails db: migrate,
An error has occurred, this and all later migrations canceled:PG::UndefinedColumn: ERROR: column "likes_count" of relation "posts" does not existLINE 1: UPDATE "posts" SET "likes_count" = $1 WHERE "posts"."id" = $...
I got the error.
It was Google Translate, but it seemed to be angry that "likes_count does not exist in the post column!".
I received an instruction from a mentor saying "Please check
rails db: migrate: status. " When I check it,
database: like_app_development Status Migration ID Migration Name -------------------------------------------------- up 20201221071016 Devise create users up 20201221072319 Create posts up 20201221223916 Create likes up 20201222001044 Add likes count to posts down 20201222001313 Reset all post cache counters
Apparently, the likes count wasn't added well in the 20201222001044 part.
File in question,
class AddLikesCountToPosts < ActiveRecord::Migration[6.1] def change add_column :posts, :likes_count, :integer, default: 0 end end
Comment this out and roll back using the
rails db: rollback command.
Then comment out and run
rails db: migrate again.
The migration was done correctly, and we were able to confirm the operation properly! !! : clap :: clap ::
I think the failure this time was probably because I had migrated before putting in likes_count. When migrating, I would like to confirm the files properly before executing. Even so, I was able to solve it immediately with the quick response of the mentor. Thank you, thank you!