I'm setting up my first real rails app, and I've run into the following problem. I have an admin area that now contains many controllers. To keep things clean, i've grouped my controllers in an "admin" folder. For example, I have "http://myapp.com/admin/member/" and http://myapp.com/admin/press/" and http://myapp.com/admin/users/" I've updated the controllers, accordingly (class Admin::MemberController < ApplicationController for example), and all works fine - as long as I remove the admin_controller.rb file from the root of the admin folder. If exists, my app will not look within the "member" folder to find the member controller. I'd like to keep the admin_controller there so that i can set up a default admin page with links to all the sections. Am I missing something with routing that could help me out? Thanks in advance, bryan
on 2007-03-24 20:57
on 2007-03-24 23:11
The solution you're looking for is probably in using routes to get what you want, not controller modules.
on 2007-03-25 14:43
any idea what kind of route i could set up? I'd like to have an action reply to /admin/ requests. def index end for example..... TIA, Bryan