Rake: execute vs. invoke

I recently had to write custom rake tasks for a Rails project which deals with multiple databases (one Rails database and 1+ additional databases). The way we deal with multiple databases should be covered in another post. Now i only want to show the difference between invoke and execute.




Only runs the task if needed. Which in our case translates to once.



Runs the task as many times as called.

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