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Default Ch 8 - Testing Your Model

Hello -

I am working on the section in Chapter 8 for testing your model. I followed the instructions on creating the store_test database, entering this into the command line:

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rake clone_structure_to_test
But the rake is aborted, returning this error to me:

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rake aborted!
Don't know how to build task 'clone_structure_to_test'
Does anyone have any thoughts or insight as to why this might be happening? Any help troubleshooting this is appreciated.

Cheers,
Matthew

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If you are running Rails 2.x then the correct command is:

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rake db:test:clone_structure
 


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