Simple model metod soes not working

Hey i have this testing action in my controller

def update_paids
o = Order.find(6)
o.paid=false
o.save!
end

and i can’t get it to work, changes are not pushed to database! ive
also tried to do this by update_attributes method, no effect as well.

I have attr_accessor :paid in Order model.
When i look on server log i only see query that loads model (i
confirmed it finds correct object)

Order Load (62.8ms) SELECT “orders”.* FROM “orders” WHERE
“orders”.“id” = ? LIMIT 1 [[“id”, 6]]

there is no update or any other query after that.
What’s wrong?

On Sun, Feb 12, 2012 at 9:43 AM, Marcin S [email protected] wrote:

I have attr_accessor :paid in Order model.
When i look on server log i only see query that loads model (i
confirmed it finds correct object)

Order Load (62.8ms) SELECT “orders”.* FROM “orders” WHERE
“orders”.“id” = ? LIMIT 1 [[“id”, 6]]

there is no update or any other query after that.
What’s wrong?

Is that action routed?


Leonardo M…
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On 12 February 2012 12:43, Marcin S [email protected] wrote:

I have attr_accessor :paid in Order model.

You should not have attr_accessor for a db column (I presume it is in
the db). That will provide accessor methods that override the access
to the db column, effectively replacing it with a simple instance
method. You might mean attr_accessible. I guess you are seeing
nothing in the log as the record has not changed so it does not save
it.

Colin

2012/2/12 Colin L. [email protected]:

also tried to do this by update_attributes method, no effect as well.

I have attr_accessor :paid in Order model.

You should not have attr_accessor for a db column (I presume it is in
the db). That will provide accessor methods that override the access
to the db column, effectively replacing it with a simple instance
method. You might mean attr_accessible. I guess you are seeing
nothing in the log as the record has not changed so it does not save
it.

Thanks You that was it!

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