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A0171c4f7c76cd1b895a5bfba8e2e122?d=identicon&s=25 Mark Moore (mrak)
on 2008-12-15 11:09

I am going through a tutorial in a rails book. I have Something off with
I have RESTful resource in routes.rb:

  map.resources :users, :member => { :enable => :put } do |users|
     users.resources :roles

and in a html.erb partial I have:
<%= link_to 'assign role',
                role_url(:id =>, :user_id =>,
                :method => :put %>
I get:
 NoMethodError in Roles#index

Showing roles/_role.html.erb where line #9 raised:

undefined method `role_url' for #<ActionView::Base:0x3637bdc>

I might be using newer version of rails than the book.  The role_url is
not an explicitly defined route in this tutorial routes.rb file, I don't
know enough about RoR, but I am guessing the role_url should be
automatically available, so I would appreciate any help with this
because my RoR learning is halted here.
2d8132658d56e51f19ace1c68e48b6aa?d=identicon&s=25 Thorsten Mueller (thorsten)
on 2008-12-15 11:25
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If you nest your resources as you do, then
the url will need all parts of it like:

user_role_path(@user, role)

As parameters it takes the resource ids as default,
so you don't need the :id and the :user_id here
9b8d00f99fe595bdc45fd30439cf9c8f?d=identicon&s=25 Franz Strebel (Guest)
on 2008-12-15 11:27
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and don't forget that you can use rake routes to see all your
available routes at any given time, and their corresponding
controllers and actions.
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