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Date Submitted Wed. Oct. 11th, 2006 3:08 PM
Revision 1
Helper jeremec
Tags activerecord | find | override | rails | Ruby
Comments 0 comments
From time to time you may have reasons to override the default find method that ActiveRecord provides. In this example, we'll store a side-copy of the record attributes so that we have some basis for discovering changes to the data.

note: this will not override dynamic finders such as find_by_id