Looking for an example


#1

… for overriding the default behavior of scaffold’s builtin create
and update handlers.

Any help would be grealy appreciated!

-Andy


#2

Hi Andy,

If by handlers you mean the controller action methods, you just add your
own
to the controller. I’m guessing you’re using the old Rails magic that
keeps
those methods hidden. I find it less confusing to make them explicit
using

ruby script\generate scaffold Model Controller

The controller will contain all the built in methods. Override them at
will.

HTH,
Bill
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#3

Yes, those methods were hidden, this helps alot. Thank you Bill! :slight_smile:

-Andy