I have a controller named RegistriesController. It contains a single
@jolts_registry = JoltsRegistry.new
This runs, and the associated view is invoked. That stops on line 9:
<%= form_for @jolts_registry do |f| %>
The message is:
undefined method `jolts_registries_path' for
What does that mean?
Have you put an entry for jolts_registries in routes.rb? Probably
match '/registries' => 'registries#edit;
It clearly finds the route, otherwise it wouldn't run the edit method
It is not that route that is the problem
form_for needs the route to generate the form tag.
Don't understand, which route?
You are trying to create a form for a JoltRegistry, that expects to
submit to a jolts_registries_path (as in the error message). The
normal way to generate the route would be to use
Have a look at the Rails Guide on Routing if you don't know what that does.