Rolling with Ruby on Rails
Subject:   Errors in the end
Date:   2005-07-08 07:46:22
From:   curth
Response to: Errors in the end

This looks like the same problem that Peter just resolved above in the post "Couldn't find Recipe without an ID". Please try his solution.
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  • Errors in the end
    2005-07-08 12:26:24  PGomez [View]

    I tried it and still getting the same issue and same errors. I am sorry to be posting this, but still learning and not familiar enough to get this one going.
    • Curt Hibbs photo Errors in the end
      2005-07-08 14:35:26  Curt Hibbs | O'Reilly AuthorO'Reilly Blogger [View]

      Make sure that every recipe in your database has an assigned category.

      Also, near the beginning og part 2 of this article, there is a link to the source code for a working version of part 1 (hopefully it still works since Rails 0.13 was just released). Anyway, you can download my sourcecode and see if that works, and then compare it with what youhave.
      • Errors in the end
        2005-07-15 12:55:06  zsmirnoff [View]

        the column id must be in lowercase - id - not Id, as mysql defines it first, in the database - just change the column name; rails use a lot of concepts about naming
  • Errors in the end
    2005-07-08 13:24:40  PGomez [View]

    To get past the list.rhtml page, I omitted the line 18 that states

    <td><%= %></td>

    Now it enables me to see the page, but still is not doing me any good since it did not solve the problem. With that, on the edit.rhtml I changed line 24 to:

    <%= 'selected' if == @recipe.category_id %>>

    Instead of:

    <%= 'selected' if == %>>

    Does that make sense with that second change? Thanks!
    • Errors in the end
      2005-10-21 08:41:49  kFuQ [View]

      To get past the list.rhtml page, I omitted the line 18 that states

      <td><%= %></td>

      chg to

      <td><%= recipe.category name %></td>
    • Errors in the end
      2006-10-04 05:02:32  rudyOnTheTrain [View]

      @recipe.category_id points to the foreign_key in the table recipe called category_id,so it makes perfect sense. points to a column that doesn`t exist in the table recipe.