hi, i just got started with rails and am trying to work with the (deep breath) saltedhashlogingenerator gem in my app. more specifically, i am trying to generate a select box in my _edit partial, via: <%= form_input select(:id, :name, @customers) %> (i used Customer instead of User when installing the gem into my rails app) this would appear to be the correct syntax, based on the wiki documentation for using select. but i get an error: You have a nil object when you didn't expect it! You might have expected an instance of Array. The error occured while evaluating nil.inject @customers is created via: def list @customer_pages, @customers = paginate :customers, :per_page => 10 end which i believe is the default when creating the scaffold. i tried using @customers.list in the _edit partial but got the same result. i did notice that its list method uses paginate rather than find_all which is what the onlamp articles for getting started with rails uses. sooooo i tried using that, which was equally vain. am i completely missing something here? :\ thanks! ps- i also checked out how typo addresses this issue, because i believe the author of typo is who wrote the module. but it appears that typo uses no select methods at all--they are all done manually!
on 2006-02-07 11:40
on 2006-02-07 12:45
a non y mouse wrote: > hi, i just got started with rails and am trying to work with the (deep > breath) saltedhashlogingenerator gem in my app. > > more specifically, i am trying to generate a select box in my _edit > partial, via: > > <%= form_input select(:id, :name, @customers) %> > ok, so I just realized that :name should be :login (whoops), but regardless i am still unable to get anything working with this :(