Hi all, In my shop application I have created a form (rhtml file) containing both address and order information. I created my fields: like the following: For address info: <%= text_field 'address', 'postalcode' %> For order info: <%= text_field 'order', 'email' %> However when the following action gets submitted, my order object gets saved without any problems, but it never saves my Address object. I would expect that the statement @order.save would also save my Address object. def checkout_shipto if request.get? @order = Order.new @address = Address.new @order.address = @address else @order = Order.new(params[:order]) @address = Address.new(params[:address]) @order.address = @address if @order.save redirect_to(:action => "checkout_summary") else render_action('checkout_shipto') end end end I have defined my model objects as follows: class Order < ActiveRecord::Base has_many :line_items has_one :address, :dependent=>true end class Address < ActiveRecord::Base belongs_to :order validates_presence_of :street, :postalcode, :city, :country, :address end Also, no validation on the Address object takes place. I think this is because it never gets saved though.... Can you please help? Regards, Harm de Laat
on 2005-12-30 16:26
on 2006-01-02 20:13
Instead of using: @order.address = @address try @order.address << @address The << appends the new address record and sets the foreign keys properly.