Ruby on Rails - link broken - undefined method `user_registration_path '

This issue has been reported previously, but I still haven't been able to find a fix.

I have installed the Devise plugin on my new RoR project. When I click on the registration link, I am redirected to the following route:

http: // localhost: 3000 / users / registration / sign_up

However, I am getting the following error:

undefined method `user_registration_path' for #<#<Class:0x007fd5d3503d58>:0x007fd5d3b0dcd0>


Extracted source (around line # 5):

2:   <h1>Sign up</h1>
3: </div>
5: <%= simple_form_for(resource, :as => resource_name, :url => registration_path(resource_name)) do |f| %>
6:   <%= f.error_notification %>
8:   <div class="inputs">


My routes are calling the following:

    new_user_session GET    /users/sign_in(.:format)              devise/sessions#new
        user_session POST   /users/sign_in(.:format)              devise/sessions#create
destroy_user_session GET    /users/sign_out(.:format)             devise/sessions#destroy
            password POST   /users/password(.:format)             devise/passwords#create {:name_prefix=>:user}
        new_password GET    /users/password/new(.:format)         devise/passwords#new {:name_prefix=>:user}
       edit_password GET    /users/password/edit(.:format)        devise/passwords#edit {:name_prefix=>:user}
                     PUT    /users/password(.:format)             devise/passwords#update {:name_prefix=>:user}
                     POST   /users/registration(.:format)         devise/registrations#create {:name_prefix=>"user_registration"}
                 new GET    /users/registration/sign_up(.:format) devise/registrations#new {:name_prefix=>"user_registration"}
                edit GET    /users/registration/edit(.:format)    devise/registrations#edit {:name_prefix=>"user_registration"}
                     PUT    /users/registration(.:format)         devise/registrations#update {:name_prefix=>"user_registration"}
                     DELETE /users/registration(.:format)         devise/registrations#destroy {:name_prefix=>"user_registration"}
          home_index GET    /home/index(.:format)                 home#index
               users GET    /users(.:format)                      users#index
                     POST   /users(.:format)                      users#create
            new_user GET    /users/new(.:format)                  users#new
           edit_user GET    /users/:id/edit(.:format)             users#edit
                user GET    /users/:id(.:format)                  users#show
                     PUT    /users/:id(.:format)                  users#update
                     DELETE /users/:id(.:format)                  users#destroy
                root        /                                     home#index


My .rb routes have the following code:

 devise_for :users

  get "home/index"

  resources :users
  root :to => "home#index"



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4 answers

This issue occurs when the development version is 1.1.0 RC and you are using Rails 3.

Check out how to upgrade a gem:

Hope this helps!



I had this problem and restarting the rails server fixed it for me



UPDATED: I think you should specify "METHOD" as "POST" of the form.

5: <%= simple_form_for(resource, :as => resource_name, 
6:    :url => registration_path(resource_name), 
7:    :method => :POST) do |f| %>


================ (deprecated answer below)

I think you have problems in your config / routes.rb file. Expected Result:

cancel_user_registration GET    /users/cancel(.:format)   devise/registrations#cancel
       user_registration POST   /users(.:format)          devise/registrations#create
   new_user_registration GET    /users/sign_up(.:format)  devise/registrations#new
  edit_user_registration GET    /users/edit(.:format)     devise/registrations#edit


make sure your config / routes.rb has this code:

devise_for :users




Try this, maybe it helps: if you mentioned any development of the gem, remove it and keep only the gem 'devise' command and enter the update bundle command in the terminal.



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