Generate 10 UUID records and save it it database in rails

I need to create certain number of UUId records(based on the selection
of drop down) and save it in the database. Now I am generating only one
unique id. Can this be done in the model in this way. Or do I need to
write a helper file for that??

def generate_unique_token=(value) self.secret =
Base64.encode64(UUIDTools::UUID.random_create)[0…8] end

In my controller…

def create
@secretcode= Secretcode.new(params[:secretcode])
@user= User.new(params[:user])
@[email protected]
@secretcode.generate_unique_token=params[:secretcode][:secret]
if @secretcode.valid?
@secretcode.save
redirect_to secretcodes_path
else
render ‘new’
end end

In my view page

<%=form_for(@secretcode) do |f|%> <%= f.select(:secret,
options_for_select([[‘1’, 1], [‘10’, 10], [‘20’,
20],[‘50’,50],[‘100’,100]])) %> <%= render ‘layouts/error’ %>
<%=f.label :secret%> <%= f.hidden_field :user %> <%=f.submit
:generate%> <%end%>

On Wed, Oct 17, 2012 at 8:34 AM, ruby rails [email protected]
wrote:

def create
@secretcode= Secretcode.new(params[:secretcode])
@user= User.new(params[:user])
@[email protected]
@secretcode.generate_unique_token=params[:secretcode][:secret]
if @secretcode.valid?
@secretcode.save
redirect_to secretcodes_path
else
render ‘new’
end end

before_save :guarantee_uuid!

private
def uuid
if !uuid_field?
write_attribute :uuid_field, # UUID CODE HERE
end
end

That is how I would personally do it, put it all in a method and
trigger it with before_save, this also gives you the option to
generate the UUID and modify/add it in other places too.