No route matches

I’m following this tutorial:
http://railstutorial.org/chapters/filling-in-the-layout#sec:layout_links

When I try to visit http://localhost:3000/pages/home for example, I get
No route matches “/pages/home”

What is the problem in my routes.rb file. You can find this file as an
attachment.

Thanks.

On 8 August 2010 22:01, Abder-Rahman A. [email protected] wrote:

Attachments:
http://www.ruby-forum.com/attachment/4927/routes.rb

The problem is exactly what it says: there’s no route for ‘pages/home’
in that routes.rb.

You can add one with:

match ‘pages/home’ => ‘pages#home’

or, if you want to match all actions in PagesController under a
similar URL scheme, you could do something like:

match ‘pages/:action’, :controller => ‘pages’

Was there a line already in your routes.rb that you thought would
match this URL? If so, let us know, as we might be able to point you
towards a better understanding of the route mapping system.

Chris

Chris M. wrote:

On 8 August 2010 22:01, Abder-Rahman A. [email protected] wrote:

Attachments:
http://www.ruby-forum.com/attachment/4927/routes.rb

The problem is exactly what it says: there’s no route for ‘pages/home’
in that routes.rb.

You can add one with:

match ‘pages/home’ => ‘pages#home’

or, if you want to match all actions in PagesController under a
similar URL scheme, you could do something like:

match ‘pages/:action’, :controller => ‘pages’

Was there a line already in your routes.rb that you thought would
match this URL? If so, let us know, as we might be able to point you
towards a better understanding of the route mapping system.

Chris

Thanks Chris. I tried to make the application from scratch again, and
notices that I get the following when I run: $ rake db:migrate

(in /Users/abder/Desktop/Rails/auth)
== DeviseCreateUsers: migrating

– create_table(:users)
rake aborted!
An error has occurred, this and all later migrations canceled:

undefined method `registerable’ for
#ActiveRecord::ConnectionAdapters::TableDefinition:0x1b2c8c4

(See full trace by running task with --trace)

Provided that “user.rb” and the migration files are as shown in the
attachment.

Thanks.

I have to REMOVE (Comment out) the following from the migration file for
the $ rake db:migrate to work:

t.registerable
t.validatable

Is that anything to do with Rails3.0.0.rc which I’m using?

I see. Thanks a lot.

I tried to create the application from scratch once more and it worked
WITHOUT removing anything.

I think in the preceding one that didn’t work I had an issue with: $
rails generate devise:install

Although I ran this command but at at late point. I don’t know if the
ordering if this command matters especially before creating the devise
model?

I have to REMOVE (Comment out) the following from the migration file for
the $ rake db:migrate to work:

t.registerable
t.validatable

Is that anything to do with Rails3.0.0.rc which I’m using?

The 1.1 branch of devise doesn’t have those strategies as far as I’m
aware.
Here’s the github page: http://github.com/plataformatec/devise

What I’m seeing in terms of AR migration strategies on the 1.1 branch
are
the following:
t.database_authenticatable
t.recoverable
t.renemberable
t.trackable
t.confirmable
t.lockable
t.token_authenticatable

Whatever guide you are following might be using the 1.0.X branch of
devise
which is intended for rails 2.3.2+. There have been some relatively
large
changes between the 1.0.X branch and the 1.1.X branch.

-Patrick R.

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