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|Rails creates excess child record when saving with accepts_nested_attributes_for|
it should be
@payment_profile = PaymentProfile.new(payment_profile_params)
rails was creating join model automatically
|Saving multiple updates and creates as one transaction - ruby rails|
Although, its a bit difficult to understand what exactly your
requirement is but as far I understand this is what you want,
In Rails 3 - PlayerType.find_or_initialize_by(id:
And in rails 4 - PlayerType.where(id:
The above code will either find or initialise a new record in the
Note: You can also use find_or_cre
|My exists function says the file exists, but winapi functions say it does not|
Problem 1: String Conversions
Your primary problem is that you are attempting to use LPCWSTR (a
const wchar_t *) and const char * interchangeably. I see a number of
issues in your source, in particular:
You start with const char * image_name.
You then cast it to a LPCWSTR to pass to SetWallpaper. This basically
guarantees that SetWallpaper will fail, as desktop->SetWallpaper is
not able to h
|Rails Google Font Cache|
Font should cache and so should Google fonts do. See also;
If a page uses web fonts, then the font files have to be downloaded
the site visitor's computer before they can be displayed initially.
The font files are served compressed for a faster download. After
initial download, they will be cached in the browser. As the Google
|undefined local variable or method `user' omniauth callbacks controller|
The problem is in the password_required? which is called when the user
super && user.blank?
Its trying to test whether the user is blank? However the user
variable/method does not exist in its scope. Instead you need to use
self which refers to the current instance of User.
So the line should be:
super && self.blank?