|| at Jul 25, 2012 at 1:27 pm
Open up the console (rails c), and then create a new User (or whatever
model you want) like this:
u = User.new
Check if this user is valid:
This should result in false! if NOT, then you don’t' have any errors. Then
you have to look at you validation lines in the model...
If it is false then try:
this SHOULD give you an array of error messages. If not, there's something
Now go back to your view and insert
<p>ERRORS: <%= @object.errors.full_messages %> !!! %></p>
into your view. Of course the @object must match the one you are making the
Tell me what you see then.
On Wednesday, July 25, 2012 12:30:14 AM UTC-4, Ruby-Forum.com User wrote:
Ace S. wrote in post #1069974:
I am replying to a message that you posted on the ruby-forum but didn't
show up in google groups.
Anyway, did you put
in your Gemfile?
And then after that, run 'bundle install' ?
Please do so and try again.
yes i did like that you told, included gem "dynamic_form" in
gemfile and bundle install is done, but now also its not working. What
to do next? help me.
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