[rails] No route matches [GET] "/microposts/304"

Hi all,

I’m learning Rails by Example (chapter 11), by Michael H. (
http://ruby.railstutorial.org/chapters/user-microposts#top) but I got no
route matches when I try to delete one micropost.

the _micropost html is…

<%= micropost.content %> Posted <%= time_ago_in_words(micropost.created_at) %> ago. <% if current_user?(micropost.user) %> <%= link_to "delete", micropost, :method => :delete, :confirm => "You sure?", :title => micropost.content %> <% end %>

the controller is…

class MicropostsController < ApplicationController
before_filter :authenticate, :only => [:create, :destroy]
before_filter :authorized_user, :only => :destroy

def create
@micropost = current_user.microposts.build(params[:micropost])
if @micropost.save
flash[:success] = “Micropost created!”
redirect_to root_path
else
@feed_items = []
render ‘pages/home’
end
end

def destroy
@micropost.destroy
redirect_back_or root_path
end

private

def authorized_user
@micropost = current_user.microposts.find(params[:id])
rescue
redirect_to root_path
end
end

and finally, the route is…

SampleApp::Application.routes.draw do
resources :users
resources :sessions, :only => [:new, :create, :destroy]
resources :microposts, :only => [:create, :destroy]

match ‘/signup’, :to => ‘users#new’
match ‘/signin’, :to => ‘sessions#new’
match ‘/signout’, :to => ‘sessions#destroy’
match ‘/contact’, :to => ‘pages#contact’
match ‘/about’, :to => ‘pages#about’
match ‘/help’, :to => ‘pages#help’

root :to => 'pages#home'

end

Please, let me know if you can help me.

On Nov 12, 11:06am, joao souza [email protected] wrote:

Hi all,

I’m learning Rails by Example (chapter 11), by Michael H.
(http://ruby.railstutorial.org/chapters/user-microposts#top) but I got no
route matches when I try to delete one micropost.

Your browser is doing a get request, which implies that

<%= link_to “delete”, micropost, :method => :delete,
:confirm => “You sure?”,
:title => micropost.content %>

the :method => :delete option isn’t having the desired effect. This
usually means that something is wrong with your javascript setup (e.g.
you aren’t loading the javascript that makes :method => :delete work)

Fred

Hi Frederick,

Please, help me to solve it. I did “bundle update” to update javascript
plugin (jquery-rails (1.0.17)) but it don’t solve the issue.

On Sat, Nov 12, 2011 at 12:30 PM, Frederick C. <

On Nov 12, 5:52pm, joao souza [email protected] wrote:

Hi Frederick,

Please, help me to solve it. I did “bundle update” to update javascript
plugin (jquery-rails (1.0.17)) but it don’t solve the issue.

Did you follow the instructions at
https://github.com/indirect/jquery-rails
?

Fred

On 13 November 2011 13:03, Frederick C. [email protected]
wrote:

On Nov 12, 5:52pm, joao souza [email protected] wrote:

Hi Frederick,

Please, help me to solve it. I did “bundle update” to update javascript
plugin (jquery-rails (1.0.17)) but it don’t solve the issue.

Did you follow the instructions at https://github.com/indirect/jquery-rails
?

In addition to Fred’s suggestions you could try pasting the complete
page html (View > Page Source or similar in browser) into the w3c html
validator to check for valid html, and also run Firefox with Firebug
enabled and see if it throws any errors when you click the link.

Colin

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