i, I have this in expense_controller.rb: class ExpenseController < ApplicationController scaffold :expense end It works fine, but let's say I want to override scaffold's list. For some reason, just making list.rhtml in views\expense is enough, and there's no need to add def list end in expense_controller.rb. However, that's not my real problem. Now when I have this custom list action, and I want remove it, just removing the list.rhtml won't do it. Now there's blank page, so obviously it's still using the list.rhtml although it can't find it. Only way to resume scaffold's list is to restart Mongrel. I am quite sure that this can't be normal. Any ideas? ps. I have the same problem with Instant Rails WEBrick.
on 2006-06-12 21:42
on 2006-06-12 21:43
Please don't mind that small typo in the subject :)
on 2006-06-12 22:32
Raine Virta wrote: > I have this in expense_controller.rb: > > class ExpenseController < ApplicationController > scaffold :expense > end I personally recommend against newbies using the inline scaffolding. It's handy in the hands of folks who understand what RoR is doing behind the scenes but is/was, for me, too damn magical for folks trying to learn the basics. Instead, I recommend you use ruby script\generate Model_name Controller_name. All will be revealed and the problem you're having will go away. hth, Bill
on 2006-06-13 04:51
Curt does an excellent job at jump starting Ruby with Rails. Please refer to: http://www.onlamp.com/pub/a/onlamp/2005/01/20/rails.html Also, if you refer the the bottom part of the last page, you will encounter others who have had similar problems getting started.