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Rails 4: Error on collection through association in (TestCase) controller index action test
Ok, figured it out. As always, was not due to some esoteric bug or syntax requirement, but rather that I did not specify session[:user_id] = @current_user.id in the test setup, which is referenced by my current_user helper method. Therefore, test framework was seeing current_user as nil. Cheers.

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custom error message for validates_length_of :maximum and :minimum on ruby on rails
The newer notation for this is: validates :user_name, length: { minimum: 5, maximum: 30, too_short: "The user name must have at least %{count} characters.", too_long: "The user name must have no more than %{count} characters." } More examples are listed in the documentation. The old validates_length_of type methods are left in there for legacy support but should probably b

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AngularJS and Rails application security in AWS
This seems an Authorization bug in your Rails API. Who is the controller that answer to the route /users? Let's say it is, for e.g., UsersController: in this case, you could have an action def index @users = User.all end or something similar, that returns the information you see. Is difficult to give you a solution, without knowing if you need this action (maybe is just auto-generated boile

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No Route Matches [GET] "/exchanges/3/mark_arrival
you have defined your custom route for POST. but you are using the route with GET change your route to GET resources :exchanges do patch :update_ordid, on: :member get :mark_arrival, on: :member end

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How to save associations with ActiveRecord Ruby On Rails
Calling tasks.create(task_params) you're actually creating a new task for both the type and the user. Instead, you just want to set the associations like this: def create @task = Task.new(task_params) @user = User.find(5) @type = Type.find(params[:type_id]) @task.user = @user # Just set the reference! @task.type = @type # Just set the reference! if @task.save redirect_to @task

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Syntax for rspec expect for find_by with an sort_by clause
The easiest way to do this is to write two expectations: Client.should_receive(:find_all_by_status).with('active').and_return([@client]) Client.should_receive(:sort_by) Also I second the earlier comment about using order instead of sort_by for performance reasons.

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Is there anyway to create a link to two paths in 1 ahref?
Something like this, you can look up more options for the ajax in the jquery docs, and there will undoubtedly be somethings you need to change for turbolinks. <%= link_to "#{activity.trackable.user.first_name} added a comment to '#{activity.trackable.node.name}'", activity.trackable.node, data: { read_url: "#{mark_as_read_activity_path(activity)}" }, id: "unread-notification" %> Here is t

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"has_two" model relationship with polymorphic model?
Your schema doesn't make sense to me - that places belong to lodgings etc. Surely there's a fixed number of places, and then they can have a number of different things in them? In your schema the same place could be in the database lots of times which seems wrong. I don't think that polymorphic associations are the way to go here either. I would model this like so: class Place has_many :lod

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CORS issue using Grape API and Heroku
You get Access-Control-Allow-Origin error every time you made a request. This is probably because your server API does not respond to OPTIONS requests with the headers required for CORS. You can check it in the development console -> network tab if you are using Google Chrome. It's interesting that some Javascript frameworks do make an OPTIONS request before a normal request is sent to the se

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