where did update_without_callbacks go?

I recently upgraded one of my apps to rails 2.0.2 and creating a
certain object didn't work. After some debugging, I discovered this
exception:

   undefined method `update_without_callbacks' for #<Journal:
0x4fc7048>

where Journal is my model and I have this callback in journal.rb:

  def after_save
    make_journal_name
    make_inbound_email
    self.update_without_callbacks
  end

(See * below for more info)

Also, I thought while I was debugging that at some point I saw an
exception that said I was trying to call a private method, but I can
no longer reproduce that.

Anybody know what's going on?

* Basically, what goes on here is that after I create or update a
journal I need to create a name and inbound e-mail for the journal
that include the journal_id, so this has to happen in the after_save
so that the journal_id is available. However, if I call self.save
that creates an endless loop. See:
http://groups.google.com/group/rubyonrails-talk/browse_thread/thread/cc9cb64ca0923147/75432648e1aeee27?lnk=gst
for more info.

It's hard to tell without knowing more of what the make_journal_name
and make_inbound_email methods do. If these methods are updating
attributes of the journal, you should probably move the
self.update_without_callbacks to these methods as a
self.update_attribute(:attr, value) and call self.reload if necessary
in your after_save callback. Otherwise, you could try
self.save_without_validation (or self.save_with_validation(false)),
but I don't know if these will skip the after_save callback (I don't
think they will).

Unfortunately, calling self.update_attribute creates an endless loop
because #update_attribute callsback after_save.

Here's a very simple example I setup where I simply want to append the
ID of an object to it's title after it's created or updated:

class Movie < ActiveRecord::Base
  def after_save
    self.title = self.title + self.id.to_s
    self.update_without_callbacks
  end
end

and it throws this error:

NoMethodError in MoviesController#update
private method `update_without_callbacks' called for #<Movie:
0x38b1084>

at /ruby/lib/ruby/gems/1.8/gems/activerecord-2.0.2/lib/active_record/
attribute_methods.rb:205:in `method_missing'. That code calls "super"
which is what throws the error...I presume because it's calling the
method on ActiveRecord::Base.

That being said, it seems that the access level of
update_without_callbacks changed from 1.2.x to 2.x...is that a feature
or a bug?

I've been trying to figure out how the access level has changed, but I
can't see it directly. I do see one meaningful change to callbacks.rb
that occurred on 8/31/07: http://dev.rubyonrails.org/changeset/7380.
I don't really understand the change very well...anyone?