Can not create model instance via params on specific model but can on others

Anyone have an idea on this? Got a weird situation where on a specific
model
I can not create an instance using params, yet it works fine on other
models. The model which does not work is a stock model, there is no
logic in
it. Ruby 1.8.7/Rails 3.0.5.

Does not work:

(rdb:1) PaymentTransaction.create(:purchase_id => 3)
#<PaymentTransaction id: 2, purchase_id: nil, action: nil, amount: nil,
success: nil, authorization: nil, message: nil, params: nil, created_at:
“2011-04-27 18:18:59”, updated_at: “2011-04-27 18:18:59”>

But this works (but is ugly):

(rdb:1) bpt = PaymentTransaction.new
#<PaymentTransaction id: nil, purchase_id: nil, action: nil, amount:
nil,
success: nil, authorization: nil, message: nil, params: nil, created_at:
nil, updated_at: nil>
(rdb:1) bpt.purchase_id = 3
3
(rdb:1) bpt.save
true
(rdb:1) PaymentTransaction.find_by_bet_id(3)
#<PaymentTransaction id: 3, purchase_id: 3, action: nil, amount: nil,
success: nil, authorization: nil, message: nil, params: nil, created_at:
“2011-04-27 18:22:46”, updated_at: “2011-04-27 18:22:46”>

And this works:

(rdb:1) Team
Team(id: integer, sport_id: integer, name: string, created_at: datetime,
updated_at: datetime)
(rdb:1) Team.create(:sport_id => 5, :name => ‘xxxx’)
#<Team id: 1, sport_id: 5, name: “xxxx”, created_at: “2011-04-27
18:18:31”,
updated_at: “2011-04-27 18:18:31”>

On Wednesday, April 27, 2011 12:25:28 PM UTC-6, DK wrote:

success: nil, authorization: nil, message: nil, params: nil, created_at:
(rdb:1) bpt.save
Team(id: integer, sport_id: integer, name: string, created_at: datetime,
updated_at: datetime)
(rdb:1) Team.create(:sport_id => 5, :name => ‘xxxx’)
#<Team id: 1, sport_id: 5, name: “xxxx”, created_at: “2011-04-27 18:18:31”,
updated_at: “2011-04-27 18:18:31”>

You don’t have something like:

attr_protected :puchase_id

in your PaymentTransaction model do you?

[http://api.rubyonrails.org/classes/ActiveModel/MassAssignmentSecurity/ClassMethods.html#method-i-attr_protected]

On Wed, Apr 27, 2011 at 1:34 PM, Kendall G.
[email protected]wrote:

nil, updated_at: nil>
And this works:

attr_protected :puchase_id

in your PaymentTransaction model do you?

Ahhhh, duh, I have ActiveRecord::Base.send(:attr_accessible, nil) in
application.rb…

Right on, thanks!

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