Simple Rails Multi-Tenancy II

I suppose it’s about time I updated my Simple Rails Multi-Tenancy post to use the latest rails 3.1.1. Not much has changed from the 3.0 beta to 3.1.1 in terms of the method I use to achieve multi-tenancy but the code has become a bit cleaner (but the patch required is a bit larger). This time around I’ll skip the commands and just go straight to the code itself.

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Simple Rails Multi-Tenancy

With some recent commits to rails comes the ability to have a default_scope with a lambda that gets evaluated at query time. Combine that with a multi-tenant column scoped database structure (wow, quite the mouthful) and you’ve got an quick and painless way to partition your tenant data without scattering code everywhere.

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