Depot Project page 86 Error in Edit and New Product?

Immediately after performing the instruction outlined in page 86 of
“Agile Web development with Rails” i.e., replacing the dynamic scaffold
with a static scaffold, the “edit” [product] and “new product”
cabability of the application stopped working. I went back and
repeated all the steps from the beginning and the same thing happened
again. Am I the only one with this problem?

George

George wrote:

Immediately after performing the instruction outlined in page 86 of
“Agile Web development with Rails” i.e., replacing the dynamic scaffold
with a static scaffold, the “edit” [product] and “new product”
cabability of the application stopped working. I went back and
repeated all the steps from the beginning and the same thing happened
again. Am I the only one with this problem?

George

George, Did you ever get this figured out? I’m having exactly the same
problem on Mac OS X 10.4. I can’t seem to find anyone else with the
same problem.

DED

DED wrote:

George wrote:

Immediately after performing the instruction outlined in page 86 of
“Agile Web development with Rails” i.e., replacing the dynamic scaffold
with a static scaffold, the “edit” [product] and “new product”
cabability of the application stopped working. I went back and
repeated all the steps from the beginning and the same thing happened
again. Am I the only one with this problem?

George

George, Did you ever get this figured out? I’m having exactly the same
problem on Mac OS X 10.4. I can’t seem to find anyone else with the
same problem.

DED

I’m so new to Rails, and Ruby for that matter, I’m not sure why what I
did worked… but to solve this problem, if you look in “new.rhtml” the
code that is generated has a “form_tag :action =>…” Not seeing any
references to “form_tag” in the documentation, I changed this to
“form_for :product, action =>…” this seemed to work. No idea why.

DED

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