Problem in Routes

Hi All

I had been using Rails 2.1.2 and in routes.rb i had a route defined
like

map.namespace :mysite do |mysite|

mysite.questions ‘/questions.:format’, :controller =>
‘mysite_questions’, :action => ‘index’

end

And now I have updated my rails version
Now I get an error like this.

Rails 2.3.5 application starting on http://0.0.0.0:3002
Route segment “(.:format)?” cannot be optional because it precedes a
required segment. This segment will be required.

Kindly Help me in this.

Thanks In Advance,

Charanya

Charanya N. wrote:

Hi All

I had been using Rails 2.1.2 and in routes.rb i had a route defined
like

map.namespace :mysite do |mysite|

mysite.questions ‘/questions.:format’, :controller =>
‘mysite_questions’, :action => ‘index’

end

And now I have updated my rails version
Now I get an error like this.

Rails 2.3.5 application starting on http://0.0.0.0:3002
Route segment “(.:format)?” cannot be optional because it precedes a
required segment. This segment will be required.

Kindly Help me in this.

Thanks In Advance,

Charanya

Check this out
http://dev.rubyonrails.org/attachment/ticket/9615/routing_should_not_warn.diff

-kannan

Thanks For the help Kannan.
But I realised that,I get this error,only when I use this type of route

mysite.search_questions ‘/questions/search.:format/:q’, :controller =>
‘mysite_questions’, :action => ‘search’

This works perfectly fine in the previous old version of rails not with
the newer version.

Kindly help.

Rails L. wrote:

Charanya N. wrote:

Hi All

I had been using Rails 2.1.2 and in routes.rb i had a route defined
like

map.namespace :mysite do |mysite|

mysite.questions ‘/questions.:format’, :controller =>
‘mysite_questions’, :action => ‘index’

end

And now I have updated my rails version
Now I get an error like this.

Rails 2.3.5 application starting on http://0.0.0.0:3002
Route segment “(.:format)?” cannot be optional because it precedes a
required segment. This segment will be required.

Kindly Help me in this.

Thanks In Advance,

Charanya

Check this out
http://dev.rubyonrails.org/attachment/ticket/9615/routing_should_not_warn.diff

-kannan

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