Whats this error (uninitialized constant)?

Hi,

I get this error whenever I try to create new row (db)

uninitialized constant BlogController::Blog

my controller looks like this:

class BlogController < ApplicationController

layout “index”

def create
if request.post?
@blog = Blog.new(params[:blog])
if @blog.save
flash[:notice] = ‘Blog was successfully created.’
redirect_to :action => ‘list’
else
render :action => ‘new’
end
end
end

end

and this is my view simple…

<%= form_tag(‘create’) %>

Title
<%= text_field "blog", "title", "size" => 20 %>
Comments
<%= submit_tag("Add New Title") %>

<%= end_form_tag %>

why does that error happens (uninitialized constant
BlogController::Blog)?

Hi –

On Mon, 19 Feb 2007, Jamal S. wrote:

 end

<%= end_form_tag %>

why does that error happens (uninitialized constant
BlogController::Blog)?

Do you have a Blog model? It looks like you don’t, so the program is
assuming that Blog is supposed to be a constant inside the scope of
BlogCongroller – and there is no such constant, so it fails.

What’s in app/models?

David


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