2.1 ActionController::Filters::Filter:Class conflicting with my own Filter class

I'm having issues upgrading from Rails 2.0.2 to 2.1.0. The
ActionController::Filters::Filter:Class has changed just enough to
cause me problems.

I have my own Filter class. I know, I know - I didn't know any better
at the time. I'll rename it if I absolutely have to. Now, when I
make the following call, I get the following error:

2008/6/3 Kyle :

I'm having issues upgrading from Rails 2.0.2 to 2.1.0. The
ActionController::Filters::Filter:Class has changed just enough to
cause me problems.

I have my own Filter class. I know, I know - I didn't know any better
at the time. I'll rename it if I absolutely have to. Now, when I
make the following call, I get the following error:

--------------------
@filter_list[c] = Filter.find_all_by_filter_type_id(c, :order =>
"display_order")
...
NoMethodError (undefined method `find_all_by_filter_type_id' for
ActionController::Filters::Filter:Class):
--------------------

Before clogging the list with more error output, I'm wondering if
there's a way to explicitly refer to *my* Filter class instead of the
ActionController::Filters::Filter class.

Try :

@filter_list[c] = ::Filter.find_all_by_filter_type_id(c, :order =>
"display_order")

if it works.

   -- Jean-François.

That did it. Thank you!

-Kyle