RE: A simple scaffolding question

It’s normal behavior IF the integers you speak of are foreign keys to
other tables. If they’re just normal values like “age” then they should
display fine… I just did a form a few hours ago and my integers
worked.

Let’s see your table structure…

On 1/19/06, Hogan, Brian P. [email protected] wrote:

It’s normal behavior IF the integers you speak of are foreign keys to
other tables. If they’re just normal values like “age” then they should
display fine… I just did a form a few hours ago and my integers
worked.

Here is a look at my table:

CREATE TABLE services (
id bigserial NOT NULL,
account_id bigint NOT NULL,
country character varying(100) NOT NULL,
region character varying(100) NOT NULL,
area character varying(100) NOT NULL,
);

ALTER TABLE ONLY services
ADD CONSTRAINT services_pkey PRIMARY KEY (id);

The account_id field is not being displayed in this case. I have
tried with other schemas with the same results.

Also, is it possible to include the record id as well?

I’m using ruby 1.8.2 & rails 1.0

Thanks!
-Nick

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