Need Help With 'Form Letters' In This Event Manager Project

Hi friends I am not getting any idea of solving the Iteration 6: Form
Letters, in the following link...

http://tutorials.jumpstartlab.com/projects/eventmanager.html

I am also attaching my .rb file. Please help me in solving it.

Attachments:
http://www.ruby-forum.com/attachment/7767/event_manager.rb

···

--
Posted via http://www.ruby-forum.com/.

Hi friends I am not getting any idea of solving the Iteration 6: Form
Letters, in the following link...

http://tutorials.jumpstartlab.com/projects/eventmanager.html

1. Iteration 6 is has nothing to do with form letters.

2. It's a step-by-step instruction. What did you already do?

Please post a *more specific* question!

I am also attaching my .rb file. Please help me in solving it.

Attachments:
http://www.ruby-forum.com/attachment/7767/event_manager.rb

1. If you have a problem with a specific code line or method,
    please do include only that code snippet in your email.

2. PLEASE clean up your code (indentation!) before posting it.
    (This will also strongly help in locating missing 'end'
     statements, see your last post.)

···

Am 27.09.2012 07:17, schrieb Kaushik Sharma L.:

--
<https://github.com/stomar/>

Hey Thanks for replying. If I am trying to run the
create_form_letters..which includes the html file 'form_letter.html'.. I
am getting the error as follows,

': No such file or directory - output/thanks_Nguyen_Allison.html
(Errno::ENOENT)
  from C:/Ruby193/bin/rubysrc/Event_Manager/event_manager.rb:112:in
`new'
  from C:/Ruby193/bin/rubysrc/Event_Manager/event_manager.rb:112:in
`block in create_form_letters'
  from C:/Ruby193/bin/rubysrc/Event_Manager/event_manager.rb:101:in
`times'
  from C:/Ruby193/bin/rubysrc/Event_Manager/event_manager.rb:101:in
`create_form_letters'
  from C:/Ruby193/bin/rubysrc/Event_Manager/event_manager.rb:172:in
`<main>'

So how to rectify it?

unknown wrote in post #1077723:

···

Am 27.09.2012 07:17, schrieb Kaushik Sharma L.:

Hi friends I am not getting any idea of solving the Iteration 6: Form
Letters, in the following link...

http://tutorials.jumpstartlab.com/projects/eventmanager.html

1. Iteration 6 is has nothing to do with form letters.

2. It's a step-by-step instruction. What did you already do?

Please post a *more specific* question!

I am also attaching my .rb file. Please help me in solving it.

Attachments:
http://www.ruby-forum.com/attachment/7767/event_manager.rb

1. If you have a problem with a specific code line or method,
    please do include only that code snippet in your email.

2. PLEASE clean up your code (indentation!) before posting it.
    (This will also strongly help in locating missing 'end'
     statements, see your last post.)

--
Posted via http://www.ruby-forum.com/.

Hey Thanks for replying. If I am trying to run the
create_form_letters..which includes the html file 'form_letter.html'.. I
am getting the error as follows,

': No such file or directory - output/thanks_Nguyen_Allison.html
(Errno::ENOENT)

You did not create a directory `output', like explained under
`Creating an output Directory' right at the top of step 2.

···

Am 27.09.2012 08:26, schrieb Kaushik Sharma L.:

So how to rectify it?

unknown wrote in post #1077723:

Am 27.09.2012 07:17, schrieb Kaushik Sharma L.:

Hi friends I am not getting any idea of solving the Iteration 6: Form
Letters, in the following link...

http://tutorials.jumpstartlab.com/projects/eventmanager.html

1. Iteration 6 is has nothing to do with form letters.

2. It's a step-by-step instruction. What did you already do?

Please post a *more specific* question!

I am also attaching my .rb file. Please help me in solving it.

Attachments:
http://www.ruby-forum.com/attachment/7767/event_manager.rb

1. If you have a problem with a specific code line or method,
     please do include only that code snippet in your email.

2. PLEASE clean up your code (indentation!) before posting it.
     (This will also strongly help in locating missing 'end'
      statements, see your last post.)

--
<https://github.com/stomar/>