Undefined method 'find' error

I just moved my app from development to test, and now getting the
following error on my form:

undefined method ‘find’ for Status:Class

The only difference between the two environments is that test is using
Mongrel and we were running WEBrick in dev. We are on Rails 1.2.5 .
Any suggestions?

Thanks,
Brian

Brian P. wrote:

I just moved my app from development to test, and now getting the
following error on my form:

undefined method ‘find’ for Status:Class

The only difference between the two environments is that test is using
Mongrel and we were running WEBrick in dev. We are on Rails 1.2.5 .
Any suggestions?

Thanks,
Brian

Forgot to include that we are using ActiveRecord 1.15.5., and I’ve
verified that the ActiveRecord gem successfully installed.

Brian P. wrote:

Brian P. wrote:

I just moved my app from development to test, and now getting the
following error on my form:

undefined method ‘find’ for Status:Class

The only difference between the two environments is that test is using
Mongrel and we were running WEBrick in dev. We are on Rails 1.2.5 .
Any suggestions?

Thanks,
Brian

Forgot to include that we are using ActiveRecord 1.15.5., and I’ve
verified that the ActiveRecord gem successfully installed.

Sorry…one more thing…I am using Status.find(:all) within my
collection select for status field.

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