I really dont know how begin, I have a form in my view (solicit.html.erb) where do iterate in each elements, each element have a radio button, input field and a button for create. When click on button, generate a new portability with date save this. this is my code <% if params[:search_func_register].present? %> > </thead> > <td><%= link_to "Request", new_portability_path %></td> > </tr> > <% end %> > </tbody> > </table> > <% end %> > <% end %> I just create a new portability with this values on form... (id, new_parcel) Contract_number is readonly for show what is the authorization that is doing this portability. My portabilities_controller is: def index > params[:search_func_register]).includes(:authorizations) > @authorizations = Authorization.where(employee_id: @employee) > @portability = Portability.new > else > @authorizations = Authorization.all > end > end But all this return this error when click on button Request: undefined method `model_name' for nil:NilClass I guess that create a other page for new portability is the solution. My route is: resources :portabilities, except: :destroy do > collection do > get 'solicit' > end > end Any idea about this, some tips? See ya!!
on 2016-05-12 20:39
on 2016-05-12 21:33
On 12 May 2016 at 19:38, Elton Santos <email@example.com> wrote: > I really dont know how begin, I have a form in my view (solicit.html.erb) > where do iterate in each elements, each element have a radio button, input > field and a button for create. When click on button, generate a new > portability with date save this. this is my code > >> <% if params[:search_func_register].present? %> >> <h4><b>Results</b></h4> >> <%= form_tag(@portability, name: 'form', method: :get) do %> It is always a good idea to copy/paste the complete error message for us to see, and in particular tell us which line of code it refers to. I will try to guess, however. The error means that something is nil that should not be. Is the error on the form_tag line? If so it probably means that @portability is nil. Colin