On Thursday, December 1, 2016 at 6:45:31 PM UTC-8, Elanor Riley wrote:
>
> Hello!
> I am writing an app that is limited to work within an existing database, 
> therefore some of the table names may collide. Is there a way to assign a 
> table prefix so that migrations / etc create, for example *newapp_users* 
> rather than *users*?
>
> For example, active record has table_name_prefix that you can set.
>
> I'm using MySQL if that makes any difference. Thank you!
>

You can override Sequel::Model.implicit_table_name to set the table name to 
use for the model if one isn't specified explicitly:

  def (Sequel::Model).implicit_table_name
    :"newapp_#{super}"
  end

Thanks,
Jeremy

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