Home > Error Calling > Error Calling Dispatcher.dispatch # Nomethoderror

Error Calling Dispatcher.dispatch # Nomethoderror

Please enable JavaScript to view the comments. I thought that I could get some help on a Ruby forum. Luis Lavena July 1st, 2010 @ 05:23 AM Hello, As commented in Mongrel issue tracker: http://github.com/fauna/mongrel/issues#issue/5 Due the nature of mongrel_rails, it will be great get a fix applied that works Col You flagged this item as spam. http://oncarecrm.com/error-calling/error-calling-dispatcher-dispatch-nomethoderror-undefined-method.html

I'm not sure what is correct for this, but after tinkering around a bunch, I got this to work: when String cookies = cookie.split.map { |a| a[-1..-1]==';'?a[0..-2]:a } cookies.each do |c| The simple change of modifying line 110 of cgi.rb from to to['Set-Cookie] = cookie.to_s seems to fix this problem as well. Are you running any gems that have a yaml file that maybe isn't set up for development? Why I failed to use the \foreach command to connect the points? http://stackoverflow.com/questions/10492012/redmine-error-calling-dispatcher-dispatch-nomethoderror-private-method-spl

My app (based on RefineryCMS) works fine on my localhost. TERM => stop. I have set this application up server-wise the exact same as another functioning rails app I have running on the same server.

I don't know why going back to 2.3.5 would help - it might be that it loads things in a different order and the config information is available. Browse other questions tagged ruby-on-rails rubygems rack redmine or ask your own question. if headers.include?('Set-Cookie') headers['cookie'] = headers.delete('Set-Cookie').split("\n") end becomes if headers['Set-Cookie'] headers['cookie'] = headers.delete('Set-Cookie').split("\n") end You flagged this item as spam. ...Paul June 23rd, 2010 @ 06:52 PM The simple fix natbro provided I am not sure what you mean by joining a server.

More power to you! The content-type header of all the web pages it sent out was text/plain instead of text/html (which caused all pages to appear as black and white code in most browsers, and My log displays the exact same error as Edgar's first post. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/3903717/error-calling-dispatcher-dispatch-nameerror-uninitialized-constant-actioncont I just don't know what I am doing wrong.

Up to now, no patch has been proposed for this. Nat Brown June 16th, 2010 @ 06:02 PM for those of you still having issues, you do need to apply both the rack fix and the diff bshand posted. custom essay May 9th, 2015 at 6:38 pm Heck yeah bay-bee keep them coming! asked 4 years ago viewed 2678 times active 3 years ago Get the weekly newsletter!

This error is being shown whenever a redirect_to is being executed: "ActionController::RoutingError (No route matches "/404.shtml" with {:method=>:get}): config/initializers/mongrel.rb:63:in dispatch_cgi'" RubyGems 1.3.7 Rails 2.3.8 mongrel_cluster 1.0.5 mongrel (1.1.5 ruby java x86-mingw32 http://www.andrewhavens.com/posts/23/how-to-upgrade-a-rails-2.3.2-app-to-rails-2.3.15/ Thanks Ken. Raspberry pi HAT id Vendor id Product origin What is the bandwidth cost of running a full node? Heathrow to Gatwick and traffic jam How can I have low-level 5e necromancer NPCs controlling many, many undead in this converted adventure?

Report post Edit Delete Reply with quote Forum List Topic List New Topic Search Register User List Log In Enable email notification | Enable multi-page view Please log in before posting. http://oncarecrm.com/error-calling/error-calling-dispatcher-dispatch.html Site Archives Tags Atom feed Categories Databases Fun Linux Monitoring Programming SysOp Virtualization Web misc self Social GitHub Linkedin Twitter Facebook Get Geeky © Saz 2012 http://oswaldin.com/car_insurance_jd_power_ratings.php October 7th, 2015 at 10:47 pm Finding this post has solved my problem http://topwritingservice.info/examples-how-to-write-about-me-page-on-website.php October 10th, 2015 at 5:08 pm You write so honestly about this. Thanks for sharing!

OR, Rails' cgi handling could not use headers.include?, but that's a work-around. Can anyone explain why my normals have a mind of their own Why are three-bladed helicopters relatively rare? I had a similar problem where my Rails app would run fine under WEBrick but not under Mongrel but found somewhere on the internets (here's a link that shows a similar http://oncarecrm.com/error-calling/error-calling-dispatcher-dispatch-nomethoderror-undefined-method-for-nil.html You flagged this item as spam.

Report post Edit Delete Reply with quote Re: Re: Error calling Dispatcher.dispatch Colin Law (Guest) on 2012-08-17 17:36 On 17 August 2012 13:39, Math-Moi Math-Moi wrote: > I meant the I don't believe I am using any include statements. –trobrock Jun 30 '10 at 23:16 I commented out all relevant code to the "Resource" model and it didnt have No registration required!

Andrew Selder June 28th, 2010 @ 07:08 PM Seems to have stripped the initial value of line 110 above to['Set-Cookie] = options['cookie'].to_s You flagged this item as spam.

Your solution (August 30th, 2010 @ 06:43 PM and @ 07:58 PM) worked for me You flagged this item as spam. A problem on integrals When must I use #!/bin/bash and when #!/bin/sh? Togg June 6th, 2010 @ 11:40 PM Same issue. Scott Taylor June 9th, 2010 @ 08:30 PM Seems to be fixed in fauna/mongrel: http://github.com/fauna/mongrel/blob/master/lib/mongrel/cgi.rb#L108 You flagged this item as spam.

INT => stop (no restart). ** Rails signals registered. Tue May 25 20:24:52 +0300 2010: Error calling Dispatcher.dispatch #his comment is here Lenart September 13th, 2010 @ 08:31 PM Mikes solution can by simplified by creating mongrel.rb in config/initializers since Rails loads all the files from that folder automatically.

in it (v1.2 or master, respectively). Add the following lines of code to mongrel.rb file in config/initializers/mongrel.rb (Create the file if there isn't one) if Rails.version == '2.3.8' && Gem.available?('mongrel', Gem::Requirement.new('~>1.1.5')) && self.class.const_defined?(:Mongrel) # Pulled right from It is getting called now because the "cookie" is always a string -- never an Array nor Hash (at least in my tests). more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed

Forum List Topic List New Topic Search Register User List Log In Powered by RForum and Captchator. Matthew Denner June 25th, 2010 @ 12:15 PM I don't know if this is relevant but in our environment (mongrel 1.1.5, rack 1.1.0, rails 2.3.8) the issue is actually with the You flagged this item as spam. I am not managing it myself, so I don't > know the configuration details.

Report post Edit Move Delete topic Reply with quote Re: Error calling Dispatcher.dispatch Colin Law (Guest) on 2012-08-16 22:51 On 16 August 2012 20:08, Math-Moi Math-Moi wrote: > Hi, > Heroku is considered by many a very good rails hosting supplier, and is free for non-commercial use I believe. Saying thanks will not likely just be sufficient, for your phenomenal clarity inside your writing. Coworker being disrespectful in meetings and other areas What is the difference between SAN and SNI SSL certificates?

I assume a cookie should be set somewhere along the way. What is the bandwidth cost of running a full node? Vertical align top in multicolumn more hot questions question feed default about us tour help blog chat data legal privacy policy work here advertising info mobile contact us feedback Technology Life Having not worked with a mongrel rails app, I didn't know where I would find the log, but it was in the app's log directory (of course).

I then turned to the logs and I found an error message. I've tried changing the first line of the file as per bshand's suggestion but no joy either, so I put it back to Ken's version again. Thank you for helping. This actually looks like a bug in Mongrel, specifically their handling off cookies when @head['cookies'] is a string In lib/mongrel/cgi.rb, I believe there is a bug in send_cookies.

To reproduce, create a new rails application with simple "render :text => 'Ok'" action and run "mongrel_rails start". $ mongrel_rails start ** Starting Mongrel listening at ** Starting Rails with This line of code didn't seem to agree with the way my shared host is setup. USR2 => restart. If you have configured it yourself how have you installed rails and the rest?