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Ruby Build a Simple Ruby on Rails Application Customizing Forms Creating Relationships

Space Cadet
Space Cadet
1,295 Points

"undefined method `statuses' for #<User:0x007fa90645adb0>"

Hey There,

Using rails 4.2.6 and got really confused with the attr_accessor parts of this tutorial.

Tried to trouble shoot it myself by looking at a numbers of threads of this forum, but think I made it worse.

If anyone can point me in the right direction that would be awesome! Repo below.

https://github.com/markcronje/dealshare

Hi Mark,

What is throwing this error - what line number? I'll have a look at that code to see if I can spot the issue.

Steve.

2 Answers

That took me a while to get to your error.

Your methods inside registrations_controller.rb aren't on new lines; I've amended that, so now /users/sign_up works.

I've added a relationship for statuses in the User model and this now works, after a fashion.

I hope that's what you wanted! You should be able to see it in Github.

Steve.

You have a pull request which you can merge into your code.

Space Cadet
Space Cadet
1,295 Points

Thanks so much Steve. Sorry I did'n get back to you earlier. It was late in the evening here in Australia. Will merge your code shortly.

Hi Mark,

Is it line 27 in statuses_controller?

@status = current_user.statuses.new(status_params)

I'll pull the code down and see if I can fix it.

Steve.