Another NoMethodError

I have an ActiveRecord class called Foo that I’ve added some methods
to in the foo.rb file.
I have created an instance of Foo within another ActiveRecord Bar
within the file bar.rb.

I keep getting this error:
NoMethodError (undefined method `do_some_stuff’ for #Foo:0x3d61c14):

I very clearly have a method:

class Foo < ActiveRecord::Base
def do_some_stuff
puts “I did some stuff”
end
end

Is there something I’m missing that is causing this?
Do I have to call something to make this method available outside of
the class?

Thanks, Bob

The foo you Foo’ed is not the foo you think you Foo’ed…

In other words, you’ll have to show the Bar code that created that
pseudo-Foo before we can help.

On Aug 26, 9:36 pm, Bob M. [email protected] wrote:

Is there something I’m missing that is causing this?
Do I have to call something to make this method available outside of
the class?

nope. What does your actual code look like ?

Fred

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