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Ruby Active Record Associations in Rails Active Record Associations "Belongs To" Associations

The Owner model has_many Pet instances, but there's no way to access an Owner from its Pet. In the Pet model class, spec

I am confused about this challenge, can any one please help me

1 Answer

Jay McGavren
STAFF
Jay McGavren
Treehouse Teacher

Right now, if you ran this code:

Pet.find(1).owner

...it would fail with the error undefined method 'owner' for Pet. Your goal is to define an association between Pet and Owner so that the owner method on Pet instances works.

The information you need to solve this challenge is in this video.