I want to implement a follow function. ruby 2.5.1p57 Rails 126.96.36.199
The following error message occurred while implementing the follow function.
undefined method `id' for nil:NilClass
class CreateRelationships < ActiveRecord::Migration[5.2] def change create_table :relationships do |t| t.integer :follower_id, foreign_key: true t.integer :following_id, foreign_key: true t.timestamps null: false end add_index :relationships, :follower_id add_index :relationships, :following_id add_index :relationships, [:follower_id, :following_id], unique: true end end
class Relationship < ApplicationRecord belongs_to :follower, class_name: "User" belongs_to :following, class_name: "User" validates :follower_id, presence: true validates :following_id, presence: true end
class User < ApplicationRecord devise :database_authenticatable, :registerable, :recoverable, :rememberable, :validatable has_many :posts, dependent: :destroy has_many :likes, dependent: :destroy has_many :liked_posts, through: :likes, source: :post has_many :comments def already_liked?(post) self.likes.exists?(post_id: post.id) end has_many :following_relationships, class_name: "Relationship", foreign_key: "follower_id", dependent: :destroy has_many :followings, through: :following_relationships, source: :following has_many :follower_relationships, class_name: "Relationship", foreign_key: "following_id", dependent: :destroy has_many :followers, through: :follower_relationships, source: :follower def following?(user) following_relationships.find_by(following_id: user.id) end def follow!(other_user) following_relationships.create!(following_id: user.id) end def unfollow!(other_user) following_relationships.find_by(following_id: user.id).destroy end end
Rails.application.routes.draw do devise_for :users root to: "posts#index" resources :posts do resources :comments, only: :create resources :likes, only: [:create, :destroy] end resources :users do member do get :following, :followers end end resources :relationships, only: [:create, :destroy] end
- unless current_user?(@user) #follow_form - if current_user.following?(@user) = render 'unfollow' - else = render 'follow'
class UsersController < ApplicationController def show end def edit end def update if current_user.update(user_params) redirect_to root_path else render :edit end end def following @user = User.find(id: params[:id]) binding.pry @users = @user.followings render 'show_following' end def followers @user = User.find(id: params[:id]) binding.pry @users = @user.followers render 'show_follower' end private def user_params params.require(:user).permit(:id, :name, :email) end end
-It was confirmed that the association of user.rb (user model) was set up correctly. -Checked all over for spelling mistakes in user.rb (user model) and _follow_form.html.haml (partial template).
following_relationships.find_by(following_id: user.id) undefined method `id' for nil:NilClass
-I tried to call the id method for nil, but I couldn't find it. ・ User is nil
→ What causes user to become nil? ?? ??
[email protected] was not defined in the show action of users_controller.rb.
The error screen says
NoMethodError in Users # show, so I should be suspicious of the show action in users_controller.rb.
I solved it by defining @user as follows in the show action of users_controller.rb.
def show @user = User.find(params[:id]) end
params [: id], the value sent with the path is received from the screen before the transition.
I found it on a site called teratail, an engineer's yahoo wisdom bag. [Ruby on Rails] Follow function undefined method ʻid'for nil: NilClass error message appears