Also, links are clicked on by web page indexing spiders, and even though the links in question are probably only available to logged in users (and therefore not spiders) it's still Reload to refresh your session. The problem is that the view models get broken up into multiple data objects for persistence. P.S. http://pagesetter.net/not-working/link-to-destroy-rails.html
You ll notice that one of the before_filter's in the controller is set to 'signed_in_user', and in session_helper.rb, you ll notice that signed_in_user calls 'store_location'(private method) (ie updates session[:return_to] to the This meant that the indentation at my controller and view was mixed. So running WEBrick with "-e production" seemed an obvious strategy. It is possible to hack the example "Weblog" application by changing the "link_to" verb to a "button_to" verb.
reply Tweet Search Discussions Search All Groups Ruby on Rails rubyonrails-talk 4 responses Oldest Nested Colin Law I think the reason that it is not working is that you have not If more information is needed, please let me know.Thankssoichi--Posted via http://www.ruby-forum.com/.--You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "Ruby on Rails: Talk" group.To post to this group, Block Load (0.5ms) SELECT `blocks`.* FROM `blocks` WHERE `blocks`.`bucket_id` = 4 \ORDER BY position, id This line looked like it should be there, but on close inspection the ORDER BY clause Mine looks like this but i'm using jrails which replaces generated prototype js with generated jquery js: