Undefined method `[]' for :stocktbl:Symbol

Hi,
I have a user class as so:

class Artisttbl < ActiveRecord::Base
set_primary_key “artist_id”
has_one :artistbiogtbl, :foreign_key => “artist_id”, :dependent =>
:delete
has_many :artistimagestbl, :foreign_key => “artist_id”, :dependent =>
:delete_all
has_many :trackcounttbl, :foreign_key => “artist_id”, :dependent =>
:delete_all
has_many :stocktbl, :foreign_key => “artist_id”, :dependent =>
:delete_all

def self.getFeaturedArtist
  Artisttbl.find(:first, :include => [:artistbiogtbl, 

:artistimagestbl,
:stocktbl[:conditions => [‘stock_id = ?’, :stock_id]]], :conditions =>
{:featured => ‘true’})
end
end
**
I am getting the above mentioned error message whn trying to perform
getFeaturedArtist. What I am trying to do is:

  1. Find a ‘featured’ artist record and to ‘include’ an associated
    artistbiogtbl record, artistimagtbl record and stocktbl record. But on
    the
    stocktbl I wish a condition to be set which is simply that the
    Stocktbl.stock_id must be equal to the Artisttbl.stock_id.

What is the best way to do this?


Regards

Andrew

Andrew M. wrote:

  Artisttbl.find(:first, :include => [:artistbiogtbl, 

:artistimagestbl, :stocktbl[:conditions => [‘stock_id = ?’,
:stock_id]]], :conditions => {:featured => ‘true’})

That include with conditions syntax is not valid.

Have a read through this thread:
http://groups.google.com/group/rubyonrails-talk/browse_thread/thread/5199cea1d6267c5c


We develop, watch us RoR, in numbers too big to ignore.

Hi Mark,
that did the trick! Many thanks.


Regards

Andrew

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