Accepts_nested_attributes_for - objects are ignored:

Hello,

I’ve encountered some annoying problem with
accepts_nested_attributes_for
Model is: http://pastie.org/584213
Request is: http://pastie.org/584216
Controller is: http://pastie.org/584222
Record before request = Record after request: http://pastie.org/584225

Within the request, asemployees_attributes is a hash containing two
key/value
pairs:

key 0 - An employee already associated with this relation
key 1250268515769 : An employee added using javascript while updating
the
event

For some reason 1250268515769 is not associated with the object -
no “INSERT INTO asemployees_events (…) VALUES (…)” happens on
SQL-side.

What might be wrong here?

Thanks in advance
Keep smiling
yanosz

Hello,

On Friday 14 August 2009 18:59:19 Jan Lühr wrote:

key 1250268515769 : An employee added using javascript while updating the
event

For some reason 1250268515769 is not associated with the object -
no “INSERT INTO asemployees_events (…) VALUES (…)” happens on SQL-side.

I filed it as
https://rails.lighthouseapp.com/projects/8994-ruby-on-rails/tickets/3052-assign_nested_attributes_for_collection_association-ought-to-assign-objects-for-collection-if-an-id-is-given-but-the-object-is-currently-not-associated
Feel free to comment.

Keep smiling
yanosz

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