Xml missing template


#1

Hello,

I am building my first rails 2 app and using xml builder for the first
time. After digging around I some builder tutorials, yay :slight_smile: But I
have quickly run into a problem. When I name my file
title.xml.builder I get this error:

Template is missing

Missing template search/title.html.erb in view path /home/matt/aws/app/
views

and when I name my file title.rxml I get no output. If I have the
file named .html.erb I do get the output that is in the file. I have
require ‘builder’ in my controller. I am using apache with passanger,
and I am running in development environment. Just wondering if anyone
has some input?

Thanks
Matt


#2

Matt wrote:

Hello,

I am building my first rails 2 app and using xml builder for the first
time. After digging around I some builder tutorials, yay :slight_smile: But I
have quickly run into a problem. When I name my file
title.xml.builder I get this error:

Template is missing

Missing template search/title.html.erb in view path /home/matt/aws/app/
views

and when I name my file title.rxml I get no output. If I have the
file named .html.erb I do get the output that is in the file. I have
require ‘builder’ in my controller. I am using apache with passanger,
and I am running in development environment. Just wondering if anyone
has some input?

Thanks
Matt

in your browser
try
http://localhost/search/title.xml


#3

Hmmm,

when I do that I get a:
Routing Error
No route matches “/search/title.xml” with {:method=>:get}

And also I want to pass in something after title like /search/title/
dogs or something like that…

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#4

Matt wrote:

Hmmm,

when I do that I get a:
Routing Error
No route matches “/search/title.xml” with {:method=>:get}

I had much the same error implementing xml builder for the first time
today also. I ended up mapping a route specifically for it like so:

map.connect ‘/people/export.xml’, :controller => ‘people’, :action =>
‘export’, :format => ‘xml’

It didn’t work like any tutorial I found said it should work but bodging
it like this seems to work for now.

And also I want to pass in something after title like /search/title/
dogs or something like that…

I think you could do this by modifying the above route.

HTH

Matt