/Ruby on Rails 7.0

module ActiveJob::Enqueuing::ClassMethods

Includes the perform_later method for job initialization.

Public Instance Methods

perform_later(...) { |job| ... } Show source
# File activejob/lib/active_job/enqueuing.rb, line 28
def perform_later(...)
  job = job_or_instantiate(...)
  enqueue_result = job.enqueue

  yield job if block_given?


Push a job onto the queue. By default the arguments must be either String, Integer, Float, NilClass, TrueClass, FalseClass, BigDecimal, Symbol, Date, Time, DateTime, ActiveSupport::TimeWithZone, ActiveSupport::Duration, Hash, ActiveSupport::HashWithIndifferentAccess, Array, Range or GlobalID::Identification instances, although this can be extended by adding custom serializers.

Returns an instance of the job class queued with arguments available in Job#arguments or false if the enqueue did not succeed.

After the attempted enqueue, the job will be yielded to an optional block.

Private Instance Methods

job_or_instantiate(*args) Show source
# File activejob/lib/active_job/enqueuing.rb, line 38
def job_or_instantiate(*args) # :doc:
  args.first.is_a?(self) ? args.first : new(*args)

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