Aa::Bb::Model.new() ? urgent pls help

in rails 1.2.3
i created “ruby script/generator model aa/bb/User”

“app/models.aa/bb/user.rb” were created
but in controller

Aa::Bb:User.new ------>RuntimeError: ERROR C42P01 Mrelation “users”
does not exist

how to make model object ?

Pokkai D. wrote:

in rails 1.2.3
i created “ruby script/generator model aa/bb/User”

“app/models.aa/bb/user.rb” were created
but in controller

Aa::Bb:User.new ------>RuntimeError: ERROR C42P01 Mrelation “users”
does not exist

how to make model object ?

Not sure what you are trying to accomplish - is there a reason you can’t
have just a plain “User” model?

Shouldn’t ‘Aa::Bb:User.new’ be ‘Aa::Bb::User.new’? Note second ‘:’
char between Bb and User.

Happy New Year!
Pavlo

how to make model object ?

Not sure what you are trying to accomplish - is there a reason you
can’t
have just a plain “User” model?

Posted via http://www.ruby-forum.com/.

Pavel Lysov
[email protected]

Pavel Lysov wrote:

Shouldn’t ‘Aa::Bb:User.new’ be ‘Aa::Bb::User.new’? Note second ‘:’
char between Bb and User.

Happy New Year!
Pavlo

how to make model object ?

Not sure what you are trying to accomplish - is there a reason you
can’t
have just a plain “User” model?

Posted via http://www.ruby-forum.com/.

Pavel Lysov
[email protected]

i want to split the models according to different Modules in my
project…
so i want like that(it will be very easy to understand)

Pavel Lysov wrote:

Shouldn’t ‘Aa::Bb:User.new’ be ‘Aa::Bb::User.new’? Note second ‘:’

i wrote “Aa::Bb::User.new” in controller

that is my spelling mistake when i post

thank you for reply

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