What exactly does an .html.erb file do?

Hi everyone,

I’ve been setting up a web application on my host (mediatemple) using
the restful_authentication with the guidance offered by a few help files
and the video from Railscast. Everything went fine with the
installation, configuration and database migration, but whenever I run
it, this error pops up:

Processing SessionsController#new
[GET]
Session ID: 5c4c2fe4d0f72f51aef1bbe4e9b391a1
Parameters: {“action”=>“new”, “controller”=>“sessions”}

ActionController::MissingTemplate (Missing template
/home/xxxxxx/containers/rails/beta/app/views/sessions/new.rhtml):

Now when I flip over to that directory, I have:

:/home/xxxxxx/containers/rails/beta/app/views/sessions$ ls
new.html.erb

Is there some missing file association that I need to setup or ?

What version of rails are you running on? Rails 2.0 uses the new
extensions
of .html.erb which indicates that it’s in a HTML format written in ERB,
where as previous versions of rails still use the old .rhtml extension.
You
may have to rename the file to .rhtml.

On Jan 23, 2008 10:48 AM, Neil H. [email protected]
wrote:

Processing SessionsController#new
:/home/xxxxxx/containers/rails/beta/app/views/sessions$ ls
new.html.erb

Is there some missing file association that I need to setup or ?

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