legacy db connection

Are you getting an error message that you can post?

>> b=Freak_Project.find(:first)

=> #<Freak_Project projectId: 1, name: "Testing", description: "">

>> a.freak_project.name

LoadError: Expected /home/admin/ie/app/models/freak_project.rb to define
FreakPr
oject

That looks like it was trying to find a class called FreakProject and
you only have Freak_Project. Use the :class_name option to belongs_to/
has_many.

Fred

E. Litwin wrote:

Is there any reason you need the underscores in your model names?
i.e. Try naming it FreakProject instead of Freak_Project if possible.

On Jun 1, 11:10´┐Żam, Bill McGuire <rails-mailing-l...@andreas-s.net>

Thanks E and Frederick but no luck. Not really sure what's gone wrong.

E. Litwin wrote:
> Is there any reason you need the underscores in your model names?
> i.e. Try naming it FreakProject instead of Freak_Project if possible.

> On Jun 1, 11:10 am, Bill McGuire <rails-mailing-l...@andreas-s.net>

Thanks E and Frederick but no luck. Not really sure what's gone wrong.

So what did you try and with what results ?

Fred