[RUBY] A description that only the poster can access

Development environment

Ruby 2.6.5 Rails


I want to implement it so that only the poster can delete the review, but I get a NoMethodError


Initially, the conditional expression was described as follows.

<% if current_user.id == @review.user_id %>

This is a description that if the user who is currently logged in and the poster are the same, the conditional expression will be True and the process will be executed. However, when I read it with this description, an error occurred.

When I checked it, the description was as follows.

<% if user_signed_in? && current_user.id == @review.user_id %>

By confirming the presence or absence of login with this description, it is now possible to process normally. This is a rudimentary part, but I noticed it again, so I posted it as a memorandum.

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