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Paginate On Custom Sql Queries In Rails

04.02.2005
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def paginate_from_sql(model, sql, total, per_page)
  @object_pages = Paginator.new self, total, per_page, @params['page']
  @objects = model.find_by_sql(sql + " LIMIT #{per_page} " +
                               "OFFSET #{@object_pages.current.to_sql[1]}")
end
    

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Snippets Manager replied on Wed, 2005/12/14 - 6:52am

I've modified this to automatically create the instance variables related to the supplied model. e.g. paginate_from_sql(Artist, sql, count_sql, 10) will generate @artists & @artist_pages def paginate_from_sql(model, sql, count_sql, per_page) plural_model_name = "@#{model.name.underscore.pluralize}".to_sym paginator_name = "@#{model.name.underscore}_pages".to_sym self.instance_variable_set(paginator_name, Paginator.new(self, model.count_by_sql(count_sql), per_page, @params['page'])) self.instance_variable_set(plural_model_name, model.find_by_sql(sql + " LIMIT #{per_page}" + " OFFSET #{self.instance_variable_get(paginator_name).current.to_sql[1]}")) end

Snippets Manager replied on Mon, 2006/01/23 - 11:37pm

You can also simply add a :conditions parameter to your paginate call (similar to the find call), with your query.