Hello I've started working through the book "Agile web development with Rails" and so far everything has been great. I'm on page 56, 57 trying to create the admin tool for the example project "Depot". I'm on OS X Panther 10.3.9. I have checked the Errata on the website and tried some of the suggestions there, but nothing has worked. When I type.... ruby/generate scaffold Product Admin I get an error that says Access denied for user 'root'@'localhost' (using password: NO). In the book it states this could be a problem with leaving parts of the database.yml config file blank. I've tried both leaving it blank and filling in an explicit user and password. I still get the same error. When I tried to view the page at localhost:3000/admin I get the error Routing Error Recognition failed for "/admin". I'm not sure where to go from here. When I originally set up Ruby and Ruby on Rails on my machine I followed a tutorial from the O'Reilly network and the database connections worked just fine. (I know this because I remember being completely amazed at how I could alter the db and have the admin section change instantly!) The only thing I have changed from the time of doing the O'Reilly tuturial and buying the books is upgrading to Rails 1.0. I've tried entering the username as root and the root pass in the database.yml configuration, but that didn't seem to work. I don't know why Rails continues to try to access the db as root. I've checked my priveleges in mysql (4.1.14) and everything seems to be ok for the user I have set up for the "Depot" example. I've even connected with the user to the db through the console. So, to the best of my knowledge the user I'm connecting under has the right access to the db. Since the website suggested turning to this mailing list for help.... here I am. I hope someone out there is apply to help. Thanks very much. Scott
on 2006-01-18 23:23
on 2006-01-18 23:44
On 1/18/06, Scott B. <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > I've checked my priveleges in mysql (4.1.14) and everything seems to be > ok for the user I have set up for the "Depot" example. I've even > connected with the user to the db through the console. So, to the best > of my knowledge the user I'm connecting under has the right access to > the db. The error message says that you're trying to connect as root. Is that what you expected?
on 2006-01-18 23:53
No, didn't expect to connect to as root at all. I set up the databases as directed in the example, used an existing user (scott) and granted all privileges to that user. Access denied error showed up when I moved on to the next step for creating the scaffold for the admin tools. <scott />
on 2006-01-19 11:33
Scott B. wrote: > No, didn't expect to connect to as root at all. I set up the databases > as directed in the example, used an existing user (scott) and granted > all privileges to that user. > > Access denied error showed up when I moved on to the next step for > creating the scaffold for the admin tools. Care to post your database.yml (with passwords masked, of course)?
on 2006-01-19 16:20
Alex As you requested, here is the database.yml, minus the passwords. development: adapter: mysql database: depot_development host: localhost username: scott password: mypass test: adapter: mysql database: depot_test host: localhost username: scott password: mypass production: adapter: mysql database: depot_production host: localhost username: scott password: mypass When I got the error that said access denied, I assumed Rails was trying to access the db as root. So I also tried on the development settings to put "root" and my db root pass into the username and password but I still got the same error. Thanks Scott
on 2006-09-20 18:50
Hi Scott, I spent ages on this and eventually found a suggestion somewhere that recommended killing off the ruby processes - problem appears to be that ruby isn't (always) picking up the latest changes in the database.yml file. It working for me, Spiky