I’m a complete newbie when it comes to Ruby on Rails. I have lots of
experience in PHP, but yesterday was the first time I sat down and began
developing using Ruby on Rails (I’m impressed!).
Anyway, I’m having a problem with edit/update of records when using form
validation. Here are my files for reference.
class Ticket < ActiveRecord::Base
validates_presence_of :employee_id, :date, :agent_id, :status_id,
:priority_id, :category_id, :summary
class TicketController < ApplicationController
def edit @ticket = Ticket.find(params[:id]) @employees = Employee.find_all @agents = Agent.find_all @statuses = Status.find_all @priorities = Priority.find_all @categories = Category.find_all end def update @ticket = Ticket.find(params[:id]) if @ticket.update_attributes(params[:ticket]) redirect_to :action => 'show', :id => @ticket else render :action => 'edit' end
Basically, my problems began when I started using validation. If I
complete the edit form ensuring everything validates, everything works
fine. If I complete the edit form and leave out an entry to test
validation, I get the following error:
You have a nil object when you didn’t expect it!
You might have expected an instance of Array.
The error occured while evaluating nil.inject
This error appears to occur when it tries to go back to the edit view.
At the top of my edit view is a “collection_select” that uses @employees
for population. That appears to be what it’s erroring on.
It seems as if when it goes back to the edit view, it’s not grabbing the
same things that it is upon first call to the edit view.
Thanks for any help that can be provided.