Form_for with module and namespace

I have the follow models in Finance module:

class Finance::BillRec < ActiveRecord::Base

has_many :bill_rec_offs, :dependent => :destroy

end

class Finance::BillRecOff < ActiveRecord::Base

belongs_to :bill_rec

end

I’m doing this on my form_for:

<%= form_for([@bill_rec, @bill_rec_off]) do |f| %>

<% end %>

routes.rb

namespace :finance do
resources :bill_recs do
resources :bill_rec_offs
end
end

And the error:

undefined method `finance_bill_rec_finance_bill_rec_offs_path’ for
#<#Class:0x000000070757e0:0x0000000708bec8>

However, the route finance_bill_rec_bill_rec_off_path(@bill_rec_off)
works well.

How can I do on a form_for with namespace and nested routes with module?

did you check with “rake routes”?

On Jul 30, 2012, at 0:08 , Marcelo J. [email protected] wrote:

belongs_to :bill_rec

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This is because your models are included in other class Finance, and it
is very possible for developer to make a mistake understanding of paths
or whatever stuff which uses .model_name of your classes.

In your case, the concern is - route:

namespace :finance do
resources :bill_recs do
resources :bill_rec_off
end
end

generated ‘finance_bill_rec_bill_rec_off_path()’ - thats right in
‘namespace’ logic.

‘finance’ part in this route is just because you pass the argument
‘namespace’ and not because your model_name is ‘finance_bill_rec’.
But the <%= form_for([@bill_rec, @bill_rec_off]) do |f| %> uses
.polymorphic_path() method, and returns you
‘finance_bill_rec_finance_bill_rec_offs_path’. Twice ‘finance’ in that
case is because .model_name returns ‘finance_bill_rec’ and
‘finance_bill_rec_off’ - thats the clear and real path name you should
implement.

Yeah, we’d better always let Rails operate on their own methods, hidden
from us, like .model_name() or .polymorphic_path().

Ok, working with route:
‘namespace :finance do …’ - is this really what you looking for? I
think you just want to operate with your models under browser’s string
‘/finance/…’, right? Try another approach for that:

resources :bill_recs, :path => ‘/finance’ do
resources :bill_rec_off
end

OR

scope “/finance” do
resources :bill_recs do
resources :bill_rec_off
end
end

Anyway, you should implement
‘finance_bill_rec_finance_bill_rec_offs_path’ without ‘namespace’

With the resources :bill_recs, :path => ‘/finance’ … and scope
“/finance” do … it appears a message:

ActionController::RoutingError (uninitialized constant
BillRecOffController):

I need to put the models into a namespace beacause there are many files
in my

project, then Finance::BillRec and Finance::BillRecOff are on Finance
model. And also on controllers.

And BillRecOff belongs to BillRec, So, it has be as a resource of
BillRec
resources :bill_recs do
resources :bill_rec_off
end

How I can do?

rake routes:

finance_bill_rec_bill_rec_offs GET
/finance/bill_recs/:bill_rec_id/bill_rec_offs(.:format)
finance/bill_rec_offs#index
POST
/finance/bill_recs/:bill_rec_id/bill_rec_offs(.:format)
finance/bill_rec_offs#create
new_finance_bill_rec_bill_rec_off GET
/finance/bill_recs/:bill_rec_id/bill_rec_offs/new(.:format)
finance/bill_rec_offs#new
edit_finance_bill_rec_bill_rec_off GET
/finance/bill_recs/:bill_rec_id/bill_rec_offs/:id/edit(.:format)
finance/bill_rec_offs#edit
finance_bill_rec_bill_rec_off GET
/finance/bill_recs/:bill_rec_id/bill_rec_offs/:id(.:format)
finance/bill_rec_offs#show
PUT
/finance/bill_recs/:bill_rec_id/bill_rec_offs/:id(.:format)
finance/bill_rec_offs#update
DELETE
/finance/bill_recs/:bill_rec_id/bill_rec_offs/:id(.:format)
finance/bill_rec_offs#destroy

The routes works well, like <%= link_to “new”,
new_finance_bill_rec_bill_rec_off(@bill_rec) %>

Issue resolved:
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/11713427/form-for-with-module-and-namespace

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