Forum: Ruby on Rails Resource-based routing and controller module

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Eric L. (Guest)
on 2009-04-23 06:03
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I have a Request resource in my application.  A "Request" is created
by users of the system, but managed by administrators.  For example,
user creates a request to fix a chair, and administrator views and
edits the request.  As a result, I want to create two Request
controllers: Admin::RequestsController and RequestsController.  The
latter is for users of the system to create requests, and lack the
view, update, and delete actions, which are in
Admin::RequestsController only.

My problem is regarding routing.  The simple "map.resources :requests"
declaration in routes.rb only generates routes for the user
RequestsController.  Is there a way to have it route POST requests to
the user RequestsController (with URL /requests), and route all other
requests (PUT, GET, etc.) to Admin::RequestsController (with URL /

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