Hi there, I have a model class Account < ActiveRecord::Base has_many: projects The accounts table holds company information so as I created another model to represent project partners thus: class Partner < Account has_and_belongs_to_many :projects #project.account pulls up the project owner and #project.partners pulls up all partners, including the owner. Now, this all seems to work fine but every now and then I get the following error message: (eval):1:in `alias_method': undefined method `destroy_without_callbacks' for class `Partner' ....trace..... This error occured while loading the following files: ./script/../config/../app/controllers/application.rb login_system.rb user.rb account.rb project.rb partner.rb I can't figure out how to correct this. Any ideas? Regards Adam Groves
on 2006-03-31 13:37
on 2006-03-31 14:03
I've just realised that I've moronically described single table inheritance. The problem is still there though...