Little question about RESTful Rails

Hi all

I have a model called “party_organisator” connected to its controller
PartyOrganisatorsController.

I’m switching to RESTful routes, so I’m having

map.resources :party_organisators

My “problem” is: I have to point my browser to

localhost:3000/party_organisators

to access it, but I’d like to access it using

localhost:3000/parties/organisators

How can I do this? I’m a bit unsure with the options I can use… :-/

Thanks
Josh

I think you might try:
map.connect ‘party/
organisator’, :controller=>‘party_organisator’, :action=>‘index’

(Look at the comments at the top of your routes.rb file.)

On Dec 18, 4:08 pm, Joshua M. [email protected]

Paul L. wrote:

I think you might try:
map.connect ‘party/
organisator’, :controller=>‘party_organisator’, :action=>‘index’

(Look at the comments at the top of your routes.rb file.)

On Dec 18, 4:08 pm, Joshua M. [email protected]

I doubt that this is what I’m looking for - I need map.resources, not
map.connect, don’t I?!

There’s no such word as “organisators”, so I’m using organisers.

Assuming parties and organisers are two different controllers:

map.resources :parties do |party|
party.resources :organisers, :name_prefix => “party_”
end

and the other way
map.resources :organisers do |organiser|
organiser.resources :parties, :name_prefix => “organiser”
end

If you’re using Rails 2.0 you should be able to do something like this:

map.resources :parties, :has_one => :organiser
map.resources :organiser, :has_many => :parties

On Dec 19, 2007 8:36 AM, Joshua M.
[email protected]
wrote:

I doubt that this is what I’m looking for - I need map.resources, not
map.connect, don’t I?!

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