Redirect route after destroy doesn't work

Hi Ruby Community,

after destroying a record, ruby (2.2) don’t use the registerd redirect
in the controller:

         format.html { redirect_to(tbl_akte_tbl_beteiligtes_url) }

Everytime after deleting ruby uses the show-action, and because the
record is now deleted ruby couldn’t find it again and throws an error
message:

app/controllers/tbl_beteiligtes_controller.rb:23:in `show’

I checked via rake routes the routing, and normaly the route
“tbl_akte_tbl_beteiligtes_url” should use the index-action.

Everthing else like edit, create etc. works fine.

Do somebody knows a solution?

Thanks ahead for every recommendation.

Regs

Hermann

Can you post the entire controller so we have some context of the
surrounding code? Might be easier to debug what is going on. Do you
have a functional test for it?

Cheers,
Nicholas

On Jun 26, 4:40 am, Herman Müller [email protected]

Hi Nicholas,

thanks for your answer.

Unfortunately i have no functional test, but here is my entire
controller:

class TblBeteiligtesController < ApplicationController

before_filter :find_people

GET /tbl_beteiligtes

GET /tbl_beteiligtes.xml

def index

tbl_akte = TblAkte.find(params[:tbl_akte_id])
@tbl_beteiligtes = tbl_akte.tbl_beteiligtes.find(:all)

respond_to do |format|
  format.html # index.html.erb
  format.xml  { render :xml => @tbl_beteiligtes }
end

end

GET /tbl_beteiligtes/1

GET /tbl_beteiligtes/1.xml

def show
@tbl_beteiligte = TblBeteiligte.find(params[:id])

respond_to do |format|
  format.html # show.html.erb
  format.xml  { render :xml => @tbl_beteiligte }
end

end

GET /tbl_beteiligtes/new

GET /tbl_beteiligtes/new.xml

def new
@tbl_beteiligte = TblBeteiligte.new

respond_to do |format|
  format.html # new.html.erb
  format.xml  { render :xml => @tbl_beteiligte }
end

end

GET /tbl_beteiligtes/1/edit

def edit
@tbl_beteiligte = TblBeteiligte.find(params[:id])
end

POST /tbl_beteiligtes

POST /tbl_beteiligtes.xml

def create
@tbl_beteiligte = TblBeteiligte.new(params[:tbl_beteiligte])

@tbl_beteiligte.tbl_akte = TblAkte.find(params[:tbl_akte_id])

respond_to do |format|
  if @tbl_beteiligte.save
    flash[:notice] = 'TblBeteiligte was successfully created.'

    format.html { redirect_to(tbl_akte_tbl_beteiligte_url(@tbl_akte, 

@tbl_beteiligte)) }
format.xml { render :xml => @tbl_beteiligte, :status =>
:created, :location => @tbl_beteiligte }
else
format.html { render :action => “new” }
format.xml { render :xml => @tbl_beteiligte.errors, :status =>
:unprocessable_entity }
end
end
end

PUT /tbl_beteiligtes/1

PUT /tbl_beteiligtes/1.xml

def update
@tbl_beteiligte = TblBeteiligte.find(params[:i d])

respond_to do |format|
  if @tbl_beteiligte.update_attributes(params[:tbl_beteiligte])
    flash[:notice] = 'TblBeteiligte was successfully updated.'

    #format.html { redirect_to(@tbl_beteiligte) }

    format.html { redirect_to(tbl_akte_tbl_beteiligtes_url) }
    format.xml  { head :ok }
  else
    format.html { render :action => "edit" }
    format.xml  { render :xml => @tbl_beteiligte.errors, :status => 

:unprocessable_entity }
end
end
end

DELETE /tbl_beteiligtes/1

DELETE /tbl_beteiligtes/1.xml

def destroy
@tbl_beteiligte = TblBeteiligte.find(params[:id])
@tbl_beteiligte.destroy

respond_to do |format|

  #format.html { redirect_to(tbl_beteiligtes_url) }

  format.html { redirect_to(tbl_akte_tbl_beteiligtes_url) }
  format.xml  { head :ok }
end

end

protected
def find_people

@tbl_akte = TblAkte.find_by_id(params[:tbl_akte_id])
@navigation = 'Akten'

end
end

Nothing that stands out here (to me), would you mind posting your routes
file.

Cheers,
Nicholas

On Fri, Jun 26, 2009 at 1:34 PM, Herman

It seems like you are confusing singular and plural names here. I
tried using german model names, too. Believe me, sooner or later rails
will come and get you :confused: just stick to english names. You can use
inflections, but it really is a pain especially when singular and
plural are the same. Greetings

2009/6/26, Herman Müller [email protected]:

before_filter :find_people
format.xml { render :xml => @tbl_beteiligtes }
format.xml { render :xml => @tbl_beteiligte }
format.xml { render :xml => @tbl_beteiligte }
def create
format.xml { render :xml => @tbl_beteiligte, :status =>

PUT /tbl_beteiligtes/1.xml

    format.xml  { head :ok }

def destroy
end
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Von meinen Mobilgerät aus gesendet

Hi Nicholas,
Hi Mike,

it wasn’t a ROR-Issue it was a damned javascript-Problem which triggered
the show-action after the deletion.

Maybe I will find something that will stop the javascript show request
after deletion.

Thank you very mutch!!

Regs

Hermann

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