Routing problem

In my app i have word model, words_controller and want create new
action for word model.
I create new method ‘test’ in words_controller, and adds:
resources :words do
member do
put ‘test’
end
end
in routes.rb
my rake routes output:
test_word PUT /words/:id/test(.:format) {:action=>“test”,
:controller=>“words”}
words GET /words(.:format) {:action=>“index”,
:controller=>“words”}
POST /words(.:format) {:action=>“create”,
:controller=>“words”}
new_word GET /words/new(.:format) {:action=>“new”,
:controller=>“words”}
edit_word GET /words/:id/edit(.:format) {:action=>“edit”,
:controller=>“words”}
word GET /words/:id(.:format) {:action=>“show”,
:controller=>“words”}
PUT /words/:id(.:format) {:action=>“update”,
:controller=>“words”}
DELETE /words/:id(.:format) {:action=>“destroy”,
:controller=>“words”}
session POST /session(.:format) {:action=>“create”,
:controller=>“sessions”}
new_session GET /session/new(.:format) {:action=>“new”,
:controller=>“sessions”}
edit_session GET /session/edit(.:format) {:action=>“edit”,
:controller=>“sessions”}
GET /session(.:format) {:action=>“show”,
:controller=>“sessions”}
PUT /session(.:format) {:action=>“update”,
:controller=>“sessions”}
DELETE /session(.:format) {:action=>“destroy”,
:controller=>“sessions”}
login /login(.:format) {:action=>“new”,
:controller=>“sessions”}
logout /logout(.:format) {:action=>“destroy”,
:controller=>“sessions”}
root /(.:format) {:action=>“index”,
:controller=>“words”}
But when i’m going to something like http://localhost:3000/words/22/test
i’m get error
Routing Error

No route matches “/words/22/test”

Why? what am I doing wrong?

On Wed, Feb 23, 2011 at 6:09 PM, Aegorov E.
[email protected]wrote:

In my app i have word model, words_controller and want create new
action for word model.
I create new method ‘test’ in words_controller, and adds:
resources :words do
member do
put ‘test’
end
end
in routes.rb

For Rails 3,
replace the above route with

match “/words/:id/test” => “words#test”

On Wed, Feb 23, 2011 at 12:09 PM, Aegorov E.
[email protected]wrote:

test_word PUT /words/:id/test(.:format) {:action=>“test”,
:controller=>“words”}
GET /session(.:format) {:action=>“show”,
:controller=>“words”}
But when i’m going to something like http://localhost:3000/words/22/test
i’m get error
Routing Error

No route matches “/words/22/test”

Why? what am I doing wrong?

Your route specifies PUT… but when you go to “/words/22/test” in the
browser, that’s a GET request. So no, it’s not going to match. You could
either change the route to respond to a GET request, or add a button or
link
that visits it via a PUT request.

Phil C. wrote in post #983406:

On Wed, Feb 23, 2011 at 12:09 PM, Aegorov E.
[email protected]wrote:

test_word PUT /words/:id/test(.:format) {:action=>“test”,
:controller=>“words”}
GET /session(.:format) {:action=>“show”,
:controller=>“words”}
But when i’m going to something like http://localhost:3000/words/22/test
i’m get error
Routing Error

No route matches “/words/22/test”

Why? what am I doing wrong?

Your route specifies PUT… but when you go to “/words/22/test” in the
browser, that’s a GET request. So no, it’s not going to match. You could
either change the route to respond to a GET request, or add a button or
link
that visits it via a PUT request.
But when i create link like as

<%= link_to 'Test', :controller=>"words", :action=>"test" %> get the same error No route matches {:controller=>"words", :action=>"test"}

Aegorov E. wrote in post #983420:

<%= link_to 'Test', :controller=>"words", :action=>"test" %> get the same error No route matches {:controller=>"words", :action=>"test"}

1.i’m find the error. i forgot :id => word.id

Phil

On Wed, Feb 23, 2011 at 2:18 PM, Aegorov E.
[email protected]wrote:

i’m get error
link
that visits it via a PUT request.
But when i create link like as

<%= link_to 'Test', :controller=>"words", :action=>"test" %> get the same error No route matches {:controller=>"words", :action=>"test"}

Because that is still a GET request; you can see this in the logs as
well.
Also, you never provided a word :id

To make it a PUT request, you’d need to do <%=link_to ‘test’,
test_word_path(@word), :method => :put %>

Why do you want it to be a PUT request? If you just want to link to it,
99.99% of the time, it should probably be a GET request.

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