Undefined method Rails 4

Good Day, i’m having a trouble with the routes in Ruby on Rails 4

Error:

undefined method `routes_path’

View:

Load data

<%= form_for @route, :html => { :multipart => true } do %> <%= hidden_field_tag 'current_user', @current_user %> <%= file_field_tag :file %> <%= submit_tag "Import", style: 'margin-top: -10px', class: "btn btn-primary" %> <% end %>

Controller:

def new
@route = current_user.build_route
end

def create
nil_flag = Route.import(params[:file], current_user)
if nil_flag == 1
flash[:success] = “Data created.”
redirect_to route_path(current_user)
else
flash[:error] = “Error”
redirect_to load_data_path
end
end

Model:

def self.import(file, current_user)
@user = current_user
@route = @user.build_route
@nil_flag = 0

File.open(file.path, ‘r’) do |f|
.
.
.
#etc
end

Routes

match ‘/load_data’, to: ‘routes#new’, via: ‘get’

Views, controller and model are named “Route”

Is a problem with the route in the view or something else? Thank you

Routes

match ‘/load_data’, to: ‘routes#new’, via: ‘get’

I think the problem in your routes file.
Remove this line "match ‘/load_data’, to: ‘routes#new’, via: 'get’ "
and add this line- *“resources :routes” *.

On Wed, Oct 23, 2013 at 1:33 AM, Jose U. [email protected]
wrote:

Load data

  flash[:success] = "Data created."

@user = current_user


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Just as a first impression, without looking into it in detail - you may
have trouble using routes as a class name, it’s already a class name
under
ActionDispatch.

However, I think your problem is actually your route:

match ‘/load_data’, to: ‘routes#new’, via: ‘get’
This isn’t a resource route, it won’t generate the kind of functionality
that allows you to use the form tag syntax <%= form_for @route

Either define routes as a resource:

resources :routes
Or define a url in your form:

<%= form_for @route, :url => some_url, :html => { :multipart => true }
do
%>

On Wed, Oct 23, 2013 at 3:22 PM, BalaRaju V.

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