Auto_complete plugin trouble

Hi,
I want to use auto completion (following screencast
http://railscasts.com/episodes/102-auto-complete-association), but
something is not working. In Aptana RadRails I have installed
auto_complete plugin. But then when I access list of my categories by
http://127.0.0.1:3000/categories.js, the following error message
appears:

undefined method `auto_complete_result’ for #<ActionView::Base:
0x560b4a4>

When I try to access my form, then I see the following message:

undefined method `text_field_with_auto_complete’ for
#ActionView::Base:0x7896eec

It seems to be a quite common problem, but I haven’t found a solution
yet.
I am using Rails 2.3.2.

Could you help me?

Andrei wrote:

Hi,
I want to use auto completion (following screencast
http://railscasts.com/episodes/102-auto-complete-association), but
something is not working. In Aptana RadRails I have installed
auto_complete plugin. But then when I access list of my categories by
http://127.0.0.1:3000/categories.js, the following error message
appears:
Hi ,
You can use jquery autocomplete plugin which is much better

Thanks, Amar.
I guess jquery plugin is better, however expect the same problem.
I will try it as soon as I learn how to use it.

On Sep 17, 11:28 am, Amar D. [email protected]

One should use RadRails carefully. That command I have used generated
a new plugin skeleton instead of installing what I needed.
The fanny thing, it was written in the console, but who reads it when
there is a fancy GUI.
Well, now I do :slight_smile:

Cheers

Andrei wrote:

One should use RadRails carefully. That command I have used generated
a new plugin skeleton instead of installing what I needed.
The fanny thing, it was written in the console, but who reads it when
there is a fancy GUI.
Well, now I do :slight_smile:

Yeah. IDEs work best when you understand what they’re automating.

BTW, I recommend that you try developing without an IDE – just use a
good editor (I like KomodoEdit) and a bunch of terminal windows. Rails
isn’t J2EE, and doesn’t seem to really benefit from using an IDE.

Cheers

Best,

Marnen Laibow-Koser
http://www.marnen.org
[email protected]

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