im want to delete a user from a view controled by a different
controler than user_controller.rb.
from the view a make:
|<%= user.username %>
||<%= user.email %>
||<%= user.sign_in_count %>
||<%= user.amis %>
||<%= link_to 'Show', user %>
||<%= link_to 'Edit', edit_user_path(user) %>
||<%= link_to 'Destroy', user, :confirm => 'Are you
sure?', :method => :delete %>
the url of this view is : http://localhost:3000/user_admins/index
when i clik in the link_to ‘Show’ it dispatch to:
and for edit : http://localhost:3000/users/1/edit
the probleme is when i want to delete the user, it do the same like i
want to show him and the view rended is the same of showing user :
in the routes.rb there’s resources
resources :user_admins, :only => [:index] do
collection do #operate on all ressources, not on a specific one
what can i do to resolve this probleme please.
its ok, i resolve it
this is what i did:
int the view:
|<%= link_to 'Destroy', :controller => :users, :action
=> :destroy, :id => user %>
in the routes.rb:
resources :users, :only => [:destroy] do
get 'users' => :destroy
all works good
http://localhost:3000/users/1 is the correct URL for deleting a user.
However, it should be sent with a “method” of “delete” instead of “get”.
That’s what this snippet of code is for:
method => :delete
If it’s not working properly from your first example, you probably don’t
have jQuery/Prototype UJS setup properly. Can you confirm that?
It’s very bad form to have a “get” link delete an object in the
What happens if a web crawler or bot clicks on all the links on your
All your items will be deleted.
ok i will test. thanks
2011/6/20 Tim S. [email protected]
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