[Rails 3.2] nested instance not updated

I have a nested model Place => Geolocation

class Place < ActiveRecord::Base
has_one :geolocation, :dependent => :destroy
accepts_nested_attributes_for :geolocation, :reject_if => :all_blank,
:allow_destroy => true
attr_accessible :geolocation_attributes

class Geolocation < ActiveRecord::Base
belongs_to :place

Creating Place + Geolocation is ok ,
= simple_form_for @place, :url => backoffice_places_path, :html =>
{:class
=> ‘form-vertical’ } do |f|

= f.simple_fields_for :geolocation do |g|
= render “geolocation_fields”, :f => g

Editing Place + geolocation doesnt pass , the update method receives
the
new geolocation attributes from the form, but the geolocation instance
is
not updated… ( no validation error )

= simple_form_for @place, :url => backoffice_place_path, :html =>
{:method
=> :put, :class => ‘form-vertical’ } do |f|

= f.simple_fields_for :geolocation_attributes, @place.geolocation
do
|g|
= render “geolocation_fields”, :f => g

Place controller
def edit
@place = Place .find(params[:id])

def update
debugger
if @place.update_attributes(params[:place])
debugger
redirect_to backoffice_place_path(@place), notice:
t(:place_updated)

params
{“id”=>“76”, “geolocation_attributes”=>{“street_address”=>“19 Camp
Road”,
“postal_code”=>“Greater London SW19 4UW”, “city”=>“London”,
“country”=>“United Kingdom”}, “controller”=>“backoffice/places”,
“action”=>“update”}

any ide where I am wrong ? thanks for any clue

[SOLVED] in my functional test I had a bad :put ,

  assert_difference [ 'Place.count', 'Geolocation.count' ], 0 do
    put :update, :id => @place[:id],
    :geolocation_attributes =>  {
        street_address: @street_address,
        postal_code: @postal_code,
        city: @city,
        country: @country }
  end

when I should have added the :place => { :geolocation_attributes => {
!!

  assert_difference [ 'Place.count', 'Geolocation.count' ], 0 do
    put :update, :id => @place[:id], :place => {
    :geolocation_attributes =>  {
        street_address: @street_address,
        postal_code: @postal_code,
        city: @city,
        country: @country }
      }
  end

updating correctly now

Le vendredi 30 novembre 2012 19:01:51 UTC+1, Erwin a crit :

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