How do you create the first index?

I’m attempting to implement acts_as_ferret, but I haven’t been able to
find out how to create the first index. I see the “rebuild_index.rb”
file, but it tells me “Uninitialized constant: Content” if I try to run
it by itself, and I’m not sure if I can invoke it some other way.

Any clues?

Thanks,
Jeff C.man

i’m new to this too, but i think if just put acts_as_ferret at the top
of your
model, when you save or update the model the index is created
automatically in
#{RAILS_ROOT}/index.

john

Quoting Jeff C.man [email protected]:

I’m attempting to implement acts_as_ferret, but I haven’t been able to
find out how to create the first index. I see the “rebuild_index.rb”
file, but it tells me “Uninitialized constant: Content” if I try to run
it by itself, and I’m not sure if I can invoke it some other way.

Any clues?

Thanks,
Jeff C.man


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John McGrath wrote:

i’m new to this too, but i think if just put acts_as_ferret at the top
of your
model, when you save or update the model the index is created
automatically in
#{RAILS_ROOT}/index.

john

Thanks, John. I was transferring from another search plugin that
required some more elaborate setup to get going, so I didn’t realize it
would be that simple!

Jeff

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