I make a CRUD with Routes:
so, the destroy action stopped working:
No route matches "/movies/3"
so I did
match ‘videos/:id’ => 'videos#destroy’
then I get:
Couldn't find Movie with ID=new
then I do
match ‘movies/:id’ => 'movies#destroy’
match “movies/new” => "movies#new"
match “movies/:id/edit” => "movies#edit"
match “movies” => "movies#index"
And I get the same problem
Then I try:
resources :movies, :only => [:index, :edit, :new, :create, :destroy]
And get the same thing
Someone know why?
Hello dude, I have had the same error once! But my problem was a conflict between jquery and prototype!
I solved that problem just deleting any prototype file and installing jquery gem!
Hope it work for you too!
Thanks, I did,
now, he go to the post item, without delet it
You need to post snippets of your view and controller code in order to get a full assessment, but if I were trying to diagnose this on my own application, I’d initially look for an HTTP verb mismatch. Are you sure that the attempted destroy request is calling :method => :delete ?
solved this by redoing the button delete.
Was the same script, but work