Fixtures rejecting reference to 'belongs_to' association

I have a stock-related rails app, and I want to test the Price model. Each price object represents daily price

data for a single Equity, which in turn belongs to a single Issuer. I’ve run the test with the following fixtures and get this

error:

I have a stock-related rails app, and I want to test the Price model. Each
price object represents daily price
data for a single Equity, which in turn belongs to a single Issuer. I've
run the test with the following fixtures and get this
error:

1\) Error:

test_the_truth(PriceTest):
ActiveRecord::StatementInvalid: PGError: ERROR: column "equity" of relation
"prices" does not exist
LINE 1: INSERT INTO "prices" ("equity", "dat", "opn", "hgh", "low", ...

What do your has_many and belongs_to relationships look like in the
models? What columns are present in the tables?

Colin

Colin,

======================== price.rb ===========================

class Price < ActiveRecord::Base

belongs_to :equities

end

========================equitiy.rb==========================

class Equity < ActiveRecord::Base

after_initialize :clean_up

after_update :clean_up

belongs_to :issuer

has_many :prices

end

=======================issuer.rb=============================

class Issuer < ActiveRecord::Base

after_initialize :clean_up

after_update :clean_up

validates_uniqueness_of :cik

has_many :filings

has_many :equities

has_many :former_names

end

That should be :equity, singular

Colin

Thanks, Colin. That did it. You 'da man.

Snow blindness strikes again.

Regards,