Rails 4 link_to post method

I have a rails 4 app that has a link_to with a post method but I keep
getting:

No route matches [GET] “/payments/136330”

<%= link_to(“Buy Now”, buy_path(list_item), :method => :post) %>

Ideas??

Route, post ‘payments/:list_item_id’, to: ‘payments#buy’, :as => :buy

Please change your name from “Me” to something else. It’s confusing.

Hi,

Can you copy your full routes.rb, I believe you should place the route
at
before the route
“resources :payment”

Regards,
Logan

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On 29 Mar 2014 22:34, “Me” [email protected] wrote:

Route, post ‘payments/:list_item_id’, to: ‘payments#buy’, :as => :buy

On Saturday, March 29, 2014 12:02:45 PM UTC-5, Me wrote:

I have a rails 4 app that has a link_to with a post method but I keep
getting:

No route matches [GET] “/payments/136330”

<%= link_to(“Buy Now”, buy_path(list_item), :method => :post) %>

Ideas??


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Post your routes.rb file

That is the only route for that controller.

On Sat, Mar 29, 2014 at 12:33 PM, Loganathan S. <
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No route matches [GET] “/payments/136330”

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On Saturday, March 29, 2014 1:02:45 PM UTC-4, Me wrote:

I have a rails 4 app that has a link_to with a post method but I keep
getting:

No route matches [GET] “/payments/136330”

<%= link_to(“Buy Now”, buy_path(list_item), :method => :post) %>

Ideas??

a little difficult without a full log, but a strong, educated guess
would
be that there’s a javascript problem. Links always generate a GET
action.
When you use :method => :post, there’s javascript in the rails
javascript
file that detects it, re-writes the link as a form, and submits it as a
post. If that javascript is missing, or if there’s a javascript error
that
prevents it from executing, you’ll get the message you’re getting above.

@mike2r

Thanks, here is the link generated, Buy Now

Routes:

resources :users
resources :list_items do
post :buy, :on => :member
end

root ‘list_items#index’

ERB:

<%= link_to(“Buy Now”, buy_list_item_path(list_item), :method => ‘post’)
%>

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On Apr 6, 2014, at 2:29 PM, Chris H. wrote:

ERB:

<%= link_to(“Buy Now”, buy_list_item_path(list_item), :method => ‘post’) %>

Confirm that rails.js is being loaded. Without it, the unobtrusive stuff
doesn’t work.

Walter

On Sunday, April 6, 2014 7:29:56 PM UTC+1, Me wrote:

Thanks, here is the link generated, Buy Now

That’s not the same url as the once mentioned in the error. Is the post
request completing OK and then redirecting to a non-existent url?

Fred

jquery and jquery_ujs are loaded. it is a rails 4 app.

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wrote:

post :buy, :on => :member

Confirm that rails.js is being loaded. Without it, the unobtrusive stuff
getting:
action. When you use :method => :post, there’s javascript in the rails

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On Sunday, April 6, 2014 10:20:37 PM UTC+1, Me wrote:

The one I posted was a slightly different one but still gives me the same
error. It does not seem to recognize the link is a 'POST" even though the
actual link on the page is a post.

You’ll send people round in circles if you’re mixing up different urls &
different errors. As others have said, this sounds suspicious like a
javascript error. Check your browser console for javascript errors. You
might also try sticking some (javascript) breakpoints in the rails
ubobtrusive js code, to check what it is doing.

Fred

The one I posted was a slightly different one but still gives me the
same
error. It does not seem to recognize the link is a 'POST" even though
the
actual link on the page is a post.

No route matches [GET] “/list_items/136327/buy”

The action ‘buy’ is in the liat_items_controller.

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