Hi!

Try this:

match ':/:token' => 'users#new' , constraints => { :token =>
/[a-zA-Z0-9]{8}/ }

There is \w in regexp that means letter, number and underscore (accordlying
rubular.com) , but I don't know if your token accepts underscores.



On Mon, Oct 31, 2011 at 7:32 PM, Nikhil Goyal wrote:

I have a route that is something like this


match '/:token' => 'users#new'


This token is 8 digit alphanumeric. I want to add validations on it so
that it matches with the route only when there are 8 digits present in
token.

How can I do that.

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