hi all.. i am trying to use *fields_for* to get and save nested attributes in a form. i have a 'Partner' model associated with an 'Address' model. partner has_many :addresses although the form is displaying fine, but on submitting it the following error is shown: *can't convert HashWithIndifferentAccess into Array* on this line: *@partner = Partner.new(params[:partner])* the names of main 'partner' fields are like: *partner[par_name]* the names of 'address' fields are like: *partner[addresses][add_line_1]* *some code:* <% form_for(@partner) do |f| %> <%= f.error_messages %> <%= f.label :par_name, "Partner Name" %><br /> <%= f.text_field :par_name %> <% f.fields_for :addresses do |addr_fields| %> <p> <%= addr_fields.label :add_line_1, "Address Line 1" %><br /> <%= addr_fields.text_field :add_line_1 %> </p> <% end %> <%= f.submit "Create" %> <% end %> what's wrong over here?? regards ------------- Sahil
on 2009-02-09 10:32
on 2009-02-09 15:08
Take a look at the complex forms railscasts series (railscasts.com)... Cheers, Sazima
on 2009-02-10 10:57
On Feb 9, 6:07 pm, Sazima <email@example.com> wrote: > Take a look at the complex forms railscasts series (railscasts.com)... > thanx for the link.. now i am able to save an address along with a partner. but the partner_id (foreign key for partner) inside address table is not getting filled up. do i need to manually put the foreign key, if so how do i do it.