I am working on an issue tracking system at work. I built in an API so other systems can create events, but I wanted to make sure to minimize duplicate events, and opted to just add a comment in case the same issue was opened twice (or more.)
I started with this test
Then wrote this code:
But it kept failing, which was weird to me, because it seemed right.. it wasn't until I tried it from the development environment and checked out the logs that I saw what was happening..
The whole request was being wrapped in a transaction and being rolled back.. A little google searching later, I found after_rollback, and wrote a new callback
And now everything is working as intended. So if you run into a similar situation, I hope that this will help out.