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I think u r using rails 3.2.x where mass assignment is protected for saving the record into the db
you need to write this piece of code in model
attr_accessible : field/column name
Also if you had posted this after my comment which said
"You probably need to add the new field to the attr_accessible list in
the model.rb file so you can do such things as update_attributes(
params[…]) or new( params[…] )"
then you would have noticed that I had already answered the question.
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