Move Identity.uniqueness_scope to a module

Moving this method to a separate module looks a bit odd, but it allows
for EE to extend the method without also having to redefine a variety of
validation rules.
parent 9aa705dd
# frozen_string_literal: true
class Identity < ActiveRecord::Base
def self.uniqueness_scope
:provider
end
include Sortable
include CaseSensitivity
belongs_to :user
validates :provider, presence: true
validates :extern_uid, allow_blank: true, uniqueness: { scope: uniqueness_scope, case_sensitive: false }
validates :user_id, uniqueness: { scope: uniqueness_scope }
validates :extern_uid, allow_blank: true, uniqueness: { scope: UniquenessScopes.scopes, case_sensitive: false }
validates :user_id, uniqueness: { scope: UniquenessScopes.scopes }
before_save :ensure_normalized_extern_uid, if: :extern_uid_changed?
after_destroy :clear_user_synced_attributes, if: :user_synced_attributes_metadata_from_provider?
......
# frozen_string_literal: true
class Identity < ActiveRecord::Base
# This module and method are defined in a separate file to allow EE to
# redefine the `scopes` method before it is used in the `Identity` model.
module UniquenessScopes
def self.scopes
[:provider]
end
end
end
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