Routing error

Hi all,
In my Rails app there is a code in which I have passed the two object to
the nested url like this
u_w_path(u, v)

Now the thing is, It is working fine before but suddenly I am getting a
routing error because of the object “u” cannot be converted to
id(automatically).

It says No route matches {:action=>“show”, :controller=>“v”,
:id=>#<U:0xaf1f734 "…}
I have no idea what went wrong with the apps. Please suggest me
solutions.

Regards,
Mukesh

On 14 September 2012 15:00, Mukesh yadav [email protected] wrote:

:id=>#<U:0xaf1f734 "…}
I have no idea what went wrong with the apps. Please suggest me solutions.

Have you got u and v the right way round in the call?

Do lines of code that used to work no longer work or is it just new
lines of code that fail?

If lines of code that used to work no longer work then roll back in
your source control system (git or whatever) till you get to a point
where they work and then see what you changed to make it fail.

If you still can’t get it working post the code that is failing, the
full error message, routes.rb, and the result of running rake routes.

Colin

Hi Colin,

I did it(roll back to last working commit) but the problem still
persisted.
No clue why it is behaving like this.

Regards,
Mukesh

On 14 September 2012 16:07, Mukesh yadav [email protected] wrote:

Hi Colin,

Please don’t top post it makes it more difficult to follow the thread,
and makes it easy to forget to answer questions - see below.

I did it(roll back to last working commit) but the problem still persisted.
No clue why it is behaving like this.

Did you restart the server after rolling back? You need to restart
for routes.rb to be picked up.
Also see further points below.

the
solutions.

Have you got u and v the right way round in the call?

You did not answer this question.

Do lines of code that used to work no longer work or is it just new
lines of code that fail?

If lines of code that used to work no longer work then roll back in
your source control system (git or whatever) till you get to a point
where they work and then see what you changed to make it fail.

If you still can’t get it working post the code that is failing, the
full error message, routes.rb, and the result of running rake routes.

You have not done this.

Colin

On Fri, Sep 14, 2012 at 8:55 PM, Colin L. [email protected]
wrote:

No clue why it is behaving like this.

Did you restart the server after rolling back? You need to restart
for routes.rb to be picked up.
Also see further points below.

yes I restart the server .

Regards,
Mukesh

On Fri, Sep 14, 2012 at 8:23 PM, Colin L. [email protected] wrote:

On 14 September 2012 15:00, Mukesh yadav [email protected] wrote:

Hi all,
In my Rails app there is a code in which I have passed the two object
to

I have no idea what went wrong with the apps. Please suggest me
solutions.

Have you got u and v the right way round in the call?

You did not answer this question.

yes the code is fine.

Do lines of code that used to work no longer work or is it just new
lines of code that fail?

If lines of code that used to work no longer work then roll back in
your source control system (git or whatever) till you get to a point
where they work and then see what you changed to make it fail.

If you still can’t get it working post the code that is failing, the
full error message, routes.rb, and the result of running rake routes.

You have not done this.

Ok I got another machine I cloned the code and start the server it is
working in different machine
but not on my machine any idea.
I think may be rails i18n or rails procedure to convert object to id in
url
got unstructured any how.
any idea? or something else.

Colin


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