I have another small question. I have an environment variable set in environment.rb. The line looks like...
ENV['username'] = 'mike'
What I would like to do is store 'mike' in the database in my 'login' column. In the controller, if I add this...
@response = Response.new @response = Response.new(params[:response]) @response.login = ENV['username'] @response.save
It will add one record that's the username and all the other columns blank. Then, it'll add another record with all the data. Essentially, it's adding two records. I used an example on this forum and it obviously didn't work very well.
I was wondering if anybody had an idea of why I'm getting two records....and if there is a better way to do this.