On Tue, 2009-03-10 at 00:04 +0100, Chris G. wrote:
I am using a mysql db and I want to pull some info from the db. I think
my problem is
You’ll find it easier to get help here if you’ll post the error message
that demonstrates your problem, along with the code that the error
message tells you is causing the problem.
that I am trying to get the data from an object that
doesn’t exist in my MemberController. My code:
class MemberController < ApplicationController
> def index
> @login = User.find_by_login(params[:l])
> flash[:notice] = @login + ", you've logged in successfully"
However, in this case you may well have told us the probable cause of
the table in the db is the User table and it has a column of login.
Rails’ default is that the table name is a plural version of the model
name. That’s because the Model typically represents a single record
from a table. So the table named Users holds lots of records that are
access via the User model.