Complex Forms

Im trying to follow the railscasts complex forms tutorial, but im
doing it with :through realted tables and im having some problems.

Ive made a pastie of the error and related files so its easier to
read: http://pastie.caboo.se/181691

Any thoughts? Thanks.

Steven Harrison wrote:

Im trying to follow the railscasts complex forms tutorial, but im
doing it with :through realted tables and im having some problems.

Ive made a pastie of the error and related files so its easier to
read: http://pastie.caboo.se/181691

Any thoughts? Thanks.

run ruby -c file_name
on each file to make sure they pass [I guess they do]
do a require_dependency in one of the other?

do a require_dependency in one of the other?
Thanks for your reply, but could you explain abit more please? Thanks.

On Apr 16, 6:35 pm, Roger P. [email protected]

Thanks again Roger.

Yea you were right, the problem was with the name of the join table
and model. I thought that was the naming convention, but thats
apparently for has_and_belongs_to_many, and its better to have a
meaningful singular name for the join table using :through.

Thanks again :wink:

On Apr 16, 7:39 pm, Roger P. [email protected]

Steven Harrison wrote:

do a require_dependency in one of the other?
Thanks for your reply, but could you explain abit more please? Thanks.

On Apr 16, 6:35 pm, Roger P. [email protected]
ruby -c is
ruby -c app/models/orders_…

should say ok

doing require_dependency
would be
at the top of one file,w here it errs, add
require_dependency ‘app/models/orders_sandwiches’

I wonder if
class OrdersSandwiches < ActiveRecord::Base
should be OrdersSandwich
though :stuck_out_tongue:

Yea you were right, the problem was with the name of the join table
and model. I thought that was the naming convention, but thats
apparently for has_and_belongs_to_many, and its better to have a
meaningful singular name for the join table using :through.

I agree–their naming syntax is somehow lacking, in this instance :slight_smile:

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