I'm following a tutorial here to get some columns in my database. I generated a model called 'product' then I edited 'db/001_create_products.rb' to have a few columns but when I try to migrate I get this error: bio4054059:depot rmorourk$ rake db:migrate (in /Users/rmorourk/Sites/depot) == CreateProducts: migrating ================================================== -- create_table(:products) rake aborted! wrong number of arguments (1 for 2) (See full trace by running task with --trace) bio4054059:depot rmorourk$ I copied the code exactly for the 001_create_products.rb not really sure what it means by wrong number of arguments... any advise would be welcomed happily!
on 2008-12-20 06:02
on 2008-12-20 07:22
What does 001_create_products.rb look like? (BTW, if your migration filenames look like that, your tutorial may be for an older version of Rails. If you use script/generate migration, newer versions of Rails will use a timestamp, so that the filename might be something like 20081217040235_create_products.rb . That's not a big deal in itself -- either naming scheme will work -- but it *does* imply that you may be using a slightly outdated tutorial.) Best, -- Marnen Laibow-Koser email@example.com http://www.marnen.org
on 2008-12-20 20:41
> What does 001_create_products.rb look like? It looks like this - is there something wrong with it? class CreateProducts < ActiveRecord::Migration def self.up create_table :products do |t| t.column :title; :string t.column :description; :text t.column :image_url; :string end end def self.down drop_table :products end end
on 2008-12-20 23:04
Ryan O. wrote: > t.column :description; :text > t.column :image_url; :string > end > end > > def self.down > drop_table :products > end > end > I believe those are supposed to be commas not semi-colons after the column names. Norm