Problem with routes when I move the app to a different machi

Hi all:

I have an application that runs great on my macbook pro, however, when
I move the app to the production linux box, all routes fail except for
the one I set up as the default:

map.connect ‘:controller/:action/:id’, :controller => “Employee”,
:action => “status”

I made sure the shebang line in dispatch.* was set to be OS
independent (#!/usr/bin/env ruby) to see if that worked, but it
didn’t.

If you want to view the source, I opened up the repository for viewing:

http://svn.r38y.com/TimeOut/

I’ve never had this problem before so I am kind of stuck. Any help
would be greatly appreciated!

Thanks!

Randy S.
[email protected]
267.334.6833

Randy S. wrote:

Hi all:

I have an application that runs great on my macbook pro, however, when
I move the app to the production linux box, all routes fail except for
the one I set up as the default:

map.connect ‘:controller/:action/:id’, :controller => “Employee”,
:action => “status”

Um, that is the only route you defined
http://svn.r38y.com/TimeOut/config/routes.rb

http://svn.r38y.com/TimeOut/config/routes.rb

contains the following as far as i can tell…

################################################################
ActionController::Routing::Routes.draw do |map|

The priority is based upon order of creation: first created ->

highest priority.

Sample of regular route:

map.connect ‘products/:id’, :controller => ‘catalog’, :action =>

‘view’

Keep in mind you can assign values other than :controller and

:action

Sample of named route:

map.purchase ‘products/:id/purchase’, :controller => ‘catalog’,

:action => ‘purchase’

This route can be invoked with purchase_url(:id => product.id)

You can have the root of your site routed by hooking up ‘’

– just remember to delete public/index.html.

map.connect ‘’, :controller => “welcome”

Allow downloading Web Service WSDL as a file with an extension

instead of a file named ‘wsdl’

map.connect ‘:controller/service.wsdl’, :action => ‘wsdl’

Install the default route as the lowest priority.

map.connect ‘:controller/:action/:id’, :controller => “Employee”,
:action => “status”

end
#################################################################

I’m sure this lies at the heart of your problem :]

Ciao man!

Gustav P.
[email protected]
itsdEx.com

I guess I don’t understand what you are pointing out. Are you pointing
out that the lines wrap? They don’t wrap in the actual routes file.
Everything I don’t need for my routes is commented out. Can you
explain further?

Thanks!
Randy

On 7/31/06, gustav Paul [email protected] wrote:

map.connect ‘products/:id’, :controller => ‘catalog’, :action =>

– just remember to delete public/index.html.

end

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Randy S.
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267.334.6833

That worked! Thanks so much! I thought my email got burried in the
flood of emails flying through here.

So do I just make all url’s lowercase so it will work on all machines?
I want to open source this little app so I want to do my best to make
sure it will work on every machine.

Thanks again!
Randy

On 8/1/06, Scott Fortmann-Roe [email protected] wrote:

I have an application that runs great on my macbook pro, however, when
If you want to view the source, I opened up the repository for viewing:
267.334.6833


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Randy S.
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Haven’t checked the source, but it could be a case sensitivity issue.

Linux is usually case sensititve, your mac probably isn’t. Try playing
around with your cases.

-Scott

So there are two…but that is how I have set up every other app…and
I haven’t had this issue before. All I did was add “, :controller =>
“Employee”, :action => “status”” to the default route…

Does what you sent help me in any way? Or are you just pointing
somethingout? Just in case it was meant to help me out, I removed
everything except

ActionController::Routing::Routes.draw do |map|
map.connect ‘:controller/:action/:id’, :controller => “Employee”,
:action => “status”
end

and it still didn’t work…

Thanks!
Randy

On 7/31/06, Alex W. [email protected] wrote:

Um, that is the only route you defined
http://svn.r38y.com/TimeOut/config/routes.rb


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Randy S.
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Yep, the best approach is to assume a strictly case sensitive
environment. Lowercase is the usual standard.

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