Hi, ruby 1.8.4, rails 2.2.2, mongrel 1.5.1, win xp I read in the docs that this : map.resources :articles do |article| article.resources :comments end should result in this lot: article_comments_url(@article) article_comment_url(@article, @comment) article_comments_url(:article_id => @article) article_comment_url(:article_id => @article, :id => @comment) So when I did my own idea of the above : map.resource :people,:singular=>:person do |person| person.resources :invitations; end I was surprised to find no method such as person_invitations (with or without the :singular=>true): all the methods are pluralised for people. And for those methods that do exist none take the person id, even the index method (which makes it useless to me). Here is what rake is telling me are my routes: people_invitations GET /people/invitations formatted_people_invitations GET /people/ invitations.:format POST /people/invitations POST /people/invitations.:format new_people_invitation GET /people/invitations/new formatted_new_people_invitation GET /people/invitations/ new.:format edit_people_invitation GET /people/invitations/:id/edit formatted_edit_people_invitation GET /people/invitations/:id/ edit.:format people_invitation GET /people/invitations/:id formatted_people_invitation GET /people/ invitations/:id.:format PUT /people/invitations/:id PUT /people/invitations/:id.:format DELETE /people/invitations/:id DELETE /people/invitations/:id.:format Ideally I want to be able to do link_to person_invitations(@person) and get href="/people/2/invitations" anyone got any ideas. What have I missed.
on 2009-01-01 15:02
on 2009-01-04 04:29
I'm not entirely sure what you were trying to do with the singular person thing. Rails should automatically pluralize or singularize words for you. And if you wanted singular then just say;> map.resource person but if you're going to have multiple persons then you'll want the; > map.resources people With the invitations, are those supposed to be individually accessed? If you just want a page for each person that lists that person's invitations, then I think you can/should say; > map.resources people do |person| > > person.resource invitations > end I hope this helps. -Tyler