Models are classes, They talk to the database, store and validate data.
As in Rails, Kogno uses the
ActiveRecordlibrary for this purpose, so the implementation and operation is the same. So you can check out the official Rails documentation if you want to read more about Models.
Model classes should be created in
bot/models/directory, where, in most cases, each one should have a corresponding database table. Which was previously configured.
In the example below, we will create
For this to work, there must be a table in the database called
class Product < ActiveRecord::Base
All the models that are needed can be created (with exception of the predefined by Kogno), defining associations between them.
In a new project, by default the following models and their corresponding tables are created:
Corresponds to users who are having or have had a conversation with the app.
It allows the creation of payloads with a number of characters greater than those delimited on each platform.