Paul Singh wrote:
I've got a model with a number of attributes -- a bicycle
with all of
the various components on it. When the user enters the bike's make and
model (among other things), I want to make sure that we don't
duplicate a brand name (for example: Fuji is a single brand and it
would suck to have Fuji, fujee and fUGI in the DB somehow).
I’ve been tinkering with the auto_complete plugin and have managed to
get it to work for a single attribute of the bike model. Is there a
way to get it to work with multiple fields within the same form?
If there’s an alternative way to handle this, I’m all ears!
Why not just give a select list of the brands. You can make up a
with all the brands (with maybe an 'other' for strange ones) and make a
select list from that that the user can pick from. That way you
not get alternative versions.
You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google
Groups "Ruby on Rails: Talk" group.
To post to this
group, send email to [email protected]
unsubscribe from this group, send email to
For more options,
visit this group at