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Old March 10th, 2007, 06:41 PM
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Default Chapter 8: Validating the Format of Data

pg. 233

My _form.rhtml differs from the book. The book has the additional '"rows" => 4'. So, I went ahead and add that to my version of _form.rhtml. Still, I am unable to validate the new Field. Can someone please assist me? Is there something wrong w/ my code?

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Erm, I don't have the book. Could you post the code and I'll see if I can suss out the problem.

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Nevermind. I got it to work.
I forgot to enter my mySQL password before I scaffold the controller...

apologize for this...

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