One of the primary reasons for the rampant success of Rails is that it’s a convention-over-configuration (CoC) framework. Rails development is fast because it makes most of the complex decisions for you—those decisions are integrated into Rails and follow conventional best practices. But a couple of those conventions impede you in the development of Rails applications that use legacy databases. The first problematic convention is that tables use an auto-generated integer for ...

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