Use gem Recorder for db log 💪


Gem Recorder tracks changes of your Rails models

For start use this library in Rails 5.2 you need add gem to the Gemfile:


gem 'recorder', github: 'jetrockets/recorder', branch: 'rails_5_2'

Next:


> bundle install

> rails g recorder:install

> rails db:migrate

And final step -- add to model:


include ::Recorder::Observer

recorder async: false

And it's all 🎉

For an example - logs can be issued in the representer:


Recorder::Revision.where(item: object).order(id: :DESC).limit(10).map do |revision|

  {

    revision_id: revision.id,

    userId: revision.user_id,

    userEmail: revision.user&.email,

    change: changes_type(revision)

   }

end 



def changes_type(revision)

  if revision.data['changes'].include?('drive_file_id') && revision.data['changes'].size > 4 && revision.data['changes']['drive_file_id'].present?

    'Object updated & Document generated'

  elsif revision.data['changes'].include?('drive_file_id') && revision.data['changes'].size == 4

    'Document generated'

  elsif revision.data['changes'].include?('number') && revision.data['changes']['number'].nil?

    'Object created'

  else

    'Object updated'

  end

end

But of course this is an abstract example with my data 😏


https://github.com/jetrockets/recorder


Andrey
Morozov

Backend Developer at JetRockets

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