How to connect a form to database?

I am very new to ROR.I created a simple form using controller and view
as
“script/generate controller form myfun”

Now i edit myfun.html.erb file inside /app/view/form and added
following contents to the file to make a simple form

Student Auditorium Management Project

First name: Last name: Enter Password: Repeat Password:

Here i want 2 things as

  1. Now i want to create a table and want to connect this form to
    that,so that when i click on submit after filling filelds ,entries
    should go in database.I am running rails 2.3.5 under deveolpment
    enviornment.

  2. when i click to submit ,it should tell me “Welcome”?Here how to
    give the address of other form that hold “Welcome” or there is some
    other mean to do it in RoR.

How to do it?
Please somebody helpW!!

Thanks

On 22 Apr 2011, at 15:07, amrit pal pathak wrote:

How to do it?
Please somebody helpW!!

http://guides.rubyonrails.org/

Happy reading… the guides will also probably cover your next 100
questions.

Best regards

Peter De Berdt

On Apr 22, 9:13am, Peter De Berdt [email protected] wrote:

other mean to do it in RoR.

How to do it?
Please somebody helpW!!

http://guides.rubyonrails.org/

Happy reading… the guides will also probably cover your next 100
questions.
I read it ,it tells to generate a database by “rake
db:create” but it was only for scaffold stuff.Here i only generated a
individual controller and view(form).Please can you help to do it in
this specific case??

Thanks

On Fri, Apr 22, 2011 at 8:23 AM, amrit pal pathak
<[email protected]

wrote:

questions.
I read it ,it tells to generate a database by “rake
db:create” but it was only for scaffold stuff.Here i only generated a
individual controller and view(form).Please can you help to do it in
this specific case??

Yes, I think I can. I have some step by step instructions on how to
connect
a view to a controller and to a database through a model. I also have
some
step by step instructions for settingup and running a Rails app.
However, my
steps were not written as well as I thought when reviewed by my peers.
Instead, they created some even better step by step instructions. Here
they
are.

http://guides.rubyonrails.org/getting_started.html

B.

On 22 April 2011 15:40, Bryan C. [email protected] wrote:

should go in database.I am running rails 2.3.5 under deveolpment

a view to a controller and to a database through a model. I also have some
step by step instructions for settingup and running a Rails app. However, my
steps were not written as well as I thought when reviewed by my peers.
Instead, they created some even better step by step instructions. Here they
are.

http://guides.rubyonrails.org/getting_started.html

When you have worked through that and some of the other guides (I mean
work through, trying examples, not just read it) then find a good
tutorial (such as railstutorial.org which is free to use online) and
work through that also. It may appear that these are not solving your
particular problem but you will learn an immense amount and then be
able to answer most of your own questions. Once you have done that
then you will be embarrassed to look back at your question above.

I suggest before you start that you install Rails 3. Rails 2 is no
longer supported apart from security fixes. Make sure that the
tutorial you use matches the rails version you have installed.

Colin

On Apr 22, 10:40am, Bryan C. [email protected] wrote:

wrote:

  1. when i click to submit ,it should tell me “Welcome”?Here how to
    I read it ,it tells to generate a database by "rake

http://guides.rubyonrails.org/getting_started.html
Thats what i have read(scaffold stuff).

On Fri, Apr 22, 2011 at 11:00 AM, amrit pal pathak <
[email protected]> wrote:

that,so that when i click on submit after filling filelds ,entries
http://guides.rubyonrails.org/
a view to a controller and to a database through a model. I also have

Read the entire document starting with section 1. Since you skipped to
“Section 5 Getting Started Quickly With Scaffolding” you skipped the
very
important sections 1-4 which discuss setting up a Rails App and
Configuring
your database for you to connect to.

B.

On Apr 22, 12:27pm, Bryan C. [email protected] wrote:

[email protected]> wrote:

Here i want 2 things as
Please somebody helpW!!
Yes, I think I can. I have some step by step instructions on how to
http://guides.rubyonrails.org/getting_started.html
Thats what i have read(scaffold stuff).

Read the entire document starting with section 1. Since you skipped to
“Section 5 Getting Started Quickly With Scaffolding” you skipped the very
important sections 1-4 which discuss setting up a Rails App and Configuring
your database for you to connect to.
During scaffold,i got a error.Should i discuss that here or
somewhere else ??

Thanks for support

On 22 April 2011 17:00, amrit pal pathak [email protected]
wrote:

On Apr 22, 10:40am, Bryan C. [email protected] wrote:

On Fri, Apr 22, 2011 at 8:23 AM, amrit pal pathak <[email protected]

http://guides.rubyonrails.org/getting_started.html
Thats what i have read(scaffold stuff).

As I said, work right through that example app and get it going, then
make sure you understand all the code the scaffold generated. Then
you will see how to modify it to do what you want. The simplest way
for beginners is to start with the scaffold.

Colin

On Apr 22, 12:48pm, Colin L. [email protected] wrote:

OK

On 22 April 2011 17:41, amrit pal pathak [email protected]
wrote:


During scaffold,i got a error.Should i discuss that here or
somewhere else ??

Start a new thread with an appropriate subject. Post the command you
are entering and the complete error message and stack trace if there
is one. Tell us the Rails version and which Operating System you are
using.

Colin

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