Ruby on Rails Migrating Databases Inconsistencies (Ruby on Rails 3 Essential Training Chapter 6)



I'm doing the Lynda course and am up to migrating databases. So first it seems like there are some syntax differences between what is default in my newer version of Rails (3.2.6) than are in the video, but I took a look at the Ruby website and figured out that it likely doesn't matter.


However where I'm stuck is that when creating my UsersModel that defines columns(attribs) to put things in, it creates it all, except that the ones I define myself (first name, last name, email and password) won't get created. Only the date created, date modified and ID do, I assume because they are the default ones and just work out of the box.


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Michael Hartl's Ruby on Rails 3 Tutorial: Chapter 6 Section 6.3.2 Password and Confirmation (Rails 3.2)
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I am followed Michael Hartl's http://ruby.railstutorial.org until Chapter 6.3.2 where I stuck at Password and Confirmation.
( http://ruby.railstutorial.org/chapters/modeling-users#sec:adding_a_secure_password )


I have added "attr_assessor :password, :password_confirmation' to User.rb from what I understand after reading the instruction stated below:


"As seen in the mockup in Figure 6.1, we expect to have users confirm their passwords, a common practice on the web meant to minimize typos. We could enforce this at the controller layer, but it’s conventional to put it in the model and use Active Record to enforce the constraint. The method is to

Chapter 7 Ruby on Rails users_controller.rb error
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I followed all the instructions in chapter 7 Ruby on Rails tutorial, when I finally run $ Bundle exec rspec spec/ a series of errors are being displayed. I doubled checked if my codes had any spelling mistakes or any symbols left out. Everything seems to fine. Could you please kindly interpret the errors and tell me where I am going wrong??? Thanks


USER_PAGES_SPEC.RB


require 'spec_helper'
describe "User pages" do
subject { page }
describe "signup page" do
before {visit signup_path}
it { should have_selector('h1', text: 'Sign ') }
it { should have_selector('title', t
Ruby on Rails Migrating Databases Inconsistencies (Ruby on Rails 3 Essential Training Chapter 6)
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I'm doing the Lynda course and am up to migrating databases. So first it seems like there are some syntax differences between what is default in my newer version of Rails (3.2.6) than are in the video, but I took a look at the Ruby website and figured out that it likely doesn't matter.


However where I'm stuck is that when creating my UsersModel that defines columns(attribs) to put things in, it creates it all, except that the ones I define myself (first name, last name, email and password) won't get created. Only the date created, date modified and ID do, I assume because they are the default ones and just work out of the box.


Here is t

Ruby on Rails Tutorial by Hartl Chapter 8
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I've really made some sort of serious error working through Chapter 8 of Hartl, but i'm not sure how it went wrong. I got to the test just before 8.2.2. Running the


$ bundle exec rspec spec/models/user_spec.rb

test returns


sis-macbook-pro:sample_app Lagaspi$ bundle exec rspec spec/models/user_spec.rb
/Users/Lagaspi/.rvm/gems/ruby-1.9.3-p194@rails3tutorial2ndEd/gems/activesupport-3.2.3/lib/active_support/dependencies.rb:251:in `require': /Users/Lagaspi/rails_projects/sample_app/app/models/user.rb:33: syntax error, unexpected keyword_end, expecting $end (SyntaxError)
from /Users/Lagaspi/.rvm/gems/ruby-
Ruby On Rails Tutorial Chapter 8 Confusion
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everybody! Recently, I am working on Michael Hartle's RoR tutorial. In chapter 8, I encounter one problem which has confused me for two days. Here is the problem. In section 8.2.3.


module SessionsHelper
def sign_in(user)
.
.
.
end
def current_user=(user)
@current_user = user
end
def current_user
@current_user # Useless! Don't use this line.
end
end

And Michael writes:


If we did this, we would effectively replicate the functionality of
attr_accessor, which we saw in Section

Ruby on Rails Tutorial Chapter 9 Can anyone who has done this exercises help me out?
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can help to resolve these errors please it is urgent ...It's my first time using this programming language and not much to this, but I need to finish well until chapter 10 that is a final EVALUATION, I will thank a lot...1) User pages edit with valid information Failure/Error: describe "page" do NoMethodError: undefined method describe' for #<RSpec::Core::ExampleGroup::Nested_5::Nested_5::Nested_1:0xc283f8c> # ./spec/requests/user_pages_spec.rb:87:inblock (3 le

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