%F2 in URLs after upgrade

Hi All,

I recently upgraded a rails app to 2.0.2 and I'm having an issue when I build URLs to edit specific items. It seems I'm getting %2F instead of the slash and this causes the controller to not recognize the action. Here's some code from an RHTML file:

<h2>Please select the specific resource</h2> <h2>Region: <%= @region %></h2> <% for resource in @all_resources %>    <% if @region == resource.region.Name %>       <h4> <%= nav_link "#{resource.Name}", "Admin", "skills/ #{resource.id}" %></h4>   <% end %>

<%end %>

Instead of /admin/skills/84 I get /admin/skills%F284

which then gives me this:

Unknown action No action responded to skills/84

There must have been a change in the upgrade but I can't find anything after lots of searching.

Thanks,

Tom

Not quite sure what the method nav_link is, some helper you defined yourself? Makes it difficult without the source of that method to see how your URL is constructed. Try to see if <%= link_to "#{resource.Name}", 'admin/skills/#{resource.id}" %> works first.

Sorry about that. It's a helper function from the RailsSpace book:

  # Return a link for use in layout navigation.   def nav_link(text, controller, action="index")     link_to_unless_current text, :controller => controller,                                         :action => action   end

You can't do it like that. If call call nav_link("foo", "bar", "edit/ 1234") then it will think that the action name is "edit/1234", and escape that like a single entity. You will want to pass ':id => 1234' to link_to_unless_current.

Thanks for responses! I've got it under control now and see the err of my ways.