Routes and Namespace

Could someone explain me how to work with routes and namespaces?
I need to understand it urgent to build an application.
Thanks!

http://guides.rubyonrails.org/routing.html

On Jun 1, 2011, at 10:13 AM, Vincius R. wrote:

Could someone explain me how to work with routes and namespaces?
I need to understand it urgent to build an application.
Thanks!


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I did so:

match ‘home’ => ‘home#index’

namespace :payable do
resources :account
end

root :to => ‘home#index’

I can access the route home/index, but can not access the route payable
/accounts/index, he finds Payable::AccountsController but says he does
notfind
the :id => ‘index’

Could someone explain me?
Thanks!

Hi, try add the following:

match ‘:controller(/:action(/:id))’

match ‘home’ => ‘home#index’

namespace :payable do
resources :account
end

root :to => ‘home#index’

On Jun 1, 2011, at 10:30 AM, Vincius R. wrote:

I can access the route home/index, but can not access the route
payable/accounts/index, he finds Payable::AccountsController but says he does not
find the :id => ‘index’

Could someone explain me?
Thanks!


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You don’t need to do rails g model Payable/Account just Account works

On Jun 1, 2011, at 10:50 AM, Vincius R. wrote:

root :to => ‘home#index’

This is right?


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But I need two scenarios:
Accounts Payable (Payable::AccountsController)
Accounts Receivable (Receivable::AccountsController)
But I can not work! :frowning:

Actually my last line reads:

Sisteger::Application.routes.draw do

match ‘home’ => ‘home#index’

namespace :payable do
resources :account
end

root :to => ‘home#index’

match ‘:controller(/:action(/:id(.:format)))’

end

I generated the model and controller as follows:

rails g model Payable/Account

rails g controller Payable/Accounts

This is right?

You can generate just one model and set a flag with the type of Account:

for MongoId:
field :account_type, :type => String, :default => ‘P’

And in the controllers you can search with @accounts =
Account.where(:account_type => ‘P’)

This can solve your problem but it’s not the best way to do it.

I can’t imagine a better way to do it!

On Jun 1, 2011, at 11:19 AM, Vincius R. wrote:

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I see, I thought so too.
But do not think the best way
But it is a solution!
I’ll have to implement anyway!
Thanks!

So you are using the wrong syntax. You should use rails g controller
Accounts/Payable, etc.

Anyway, I think you are a bit confused and must organize your knowledge
flow. Start reading the Getting Started from Guides,
http://guides.rubyonrails.org/getting_started.html.

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