> @user = User.find_by_user_name(user_name)
> if !@user.business_admins.nil?
> puts "Am here"
> @business_admin = @user.business_admins
> class User < ActiveRecord::Base
> has_many :business_admins
> class BusinessAdmin < ActiveRecord::Base
> belongs_to :user
> Here what i am trying, I am using Mozilla rest-client, basically here
> user_name found in the User table, But i didn't put that id in the
> BusinessAdmin, So what the problem is when i run the code, this if
> !@user.business_admins.nil? will return true, because am getting this
>I am not sure what you are saying. If you have user has_many
>business_admins then @user.business_admins will never be nil. It may
>be an empty array however. Perhaps you should be testing for the
>array empty rather than nil.
Basically, the BusinessAdmin doesn't have that use_name's id, then why this
First what relationships have you got between the models (has_many,
belongs_to or whatever)?
As I said last time, if user has_many business_admins then
@user.business_admins will always (effectively) be an array, which may
be empty. It will never be nil.
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