Lighthouse::Ticket#reload broken?

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08 Apr, 2009 01:32 PM

Hi there,

I'm getting a ArgumentError: expected an attributes Hash, got #<Lighthouse::Ticket::Version:0x17994b4> error when trying to reload a single ticket using the lighthouse-api gem. When I load tickets through the tickets collection on a projects object, it loads the "light" list of tickets (without the Ticket::Version collection included). When I call reload on a single one of these tickets, it bombs with that error.

I think it's because in ARes::Base#reload it tries to update the existing object by calling a find, and then passing the returned attributes hash to ARes::Base#load. If there are nested collections, #load expects them to be represented as hashes that can be passed into a new object, not fully loaded objects (like Ticket::Version). If I use Ticket#find directly it doesn't encounter this problem because it doesn't go through #load. Is this a lighthouse-api issue or an ARes issue? I'm using ARes 2.2.2 and the LH api 1.0.0.

To repro:

 tickets = Lighthouse::Project.find(:all)     # load "light" list of tickets for the first project
 tickets.first.reload  # tries to reload with the Ticket::Version collection -- KABOOM

Also, I thought I would file a ticket in lighthouse's lighthouse project, but I couldn't find it. Is it publicly accessible?



  1. 1 Posted by stevie on 21 Apr, 2009 12:48 PM

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    Any help here? Anyone?

  2. 2 Posted by Rick on 21 Apr, 2009 03:48 PM

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    Yea this is definitely an active resource issue. I'd just use a manual find and skip #reload.

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