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I am trying to display data in the view for a member’s profile. When I run the inspect option on the variable, it prints out all of the data on the profile variable. But, when I have it only call a column, I get an error.
I run the same code on a different variable and it prints out; so, I am a bit confused on what is going on. Is it because the Active Record has a relation? Here is the code:
def show @show_page = params[:id] @member = current_member @profile = Profile.where(member_id: current_member.id) end
<hr> <%= @show_page.inspect %> <hr> <%= @profile.inspect %> <hr> <%= @member.inspect %> <hr> <p> <strong>Member ID:</strong> <%= @member.id %> </p>
View in Browser
#<ActiveRecord::Relation [#<Profile id: 6, f_name: "Test", l_name: "Member", u_name: "testing", security: "10", private: "1", avatar: nil, birthday: nil, phone: nil, address1: nil, address2: nil, city: nil, state: nil, zip: nil, long: nil, lat: nil, facebook: nil, twitter: nil, instagram: nil, pinterest: nil, googleplus: nil, motto: nil, created_at: "2017-12-23 05:15:53", updated_at: "2017-12-23 05:15:53", member_id: 8>]>
#<Member id: 8, email: "email@example.com", created_at: "2017-12-19 20:02:34", updated_at: "2017-12-23 05:15:37">
Member ID: 8
Now, when I add the following code into the show page, I get an error.
<p> <strong>User Name:</strong> <%= @profile.u_name %> </p>
Showing /Users/topher/Dropbox/railsapps/~sandboxes/temporary/app/views/profiles/show.html.erb where line #21 raised: undefined method `u_name' for #<Profile::ActiveRecord_Relation:0x00007fcb2583b920> Did you mean? name
I am just confused on if there is a different way that I need to be calling the data found in the variable. The only difference between the
@profile print outs that I can see is the
#<ActiveRecord::Relation [ prefixed to
@profile. Does this mean that I need to call the information differently?
#where is query method, and returns records matching query conditions wrapped in
ActiveRecord::Relation object. Which explains why you are getting this error. To resolve it, you need to change it to:
@profile = Profile.where(member_id: current_member.id).first
Which will return first record matching given member id to
@profile instead of
However, you must use a finder method in case you want to find a particular record. So better and cleaner approach would be:
@profile = Profile.find_by(member_id: current_member.id)