Paperclip image not uploads with faker gem data in ruby on rails?

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I'm trying to upload fake image data using faker gem, but I am seeing this error:

Paperclip::AdapterRegistry::NoHandlerError: No handler found for "https://robohash.org/app/assets/image.jpg.png?size=300x300&set=set1"

in db/seed.rb

5.times do 
    Image.create([{
        filename:Faker::Food.dish,
        title:Faker::Food.dish,
        item_image:Faker::Avatar.image('app/assets/image.jpg')
                }])
        end

in db/image.rb

    class CreateImages < ActiveRecord::Migration[5.2]
      def change
        create_table :images do |t|
          t.string :title
          t.string :filename
          t.timestamps

        end
      end

    end

in db/add_attachment_item_image_to_images.rb (paperclip gem migration file)

class AddAttachmentItemImageToImages < ActiveRecord::Migration[5.2]
  def self.up
    change_table :images do |t|
      t.attachment :item_image
    end
  end

  def self.down
    remove_attachment :images, :item_image
  end
end

Try with,

Faker::Avatar.image('image.jpg')

Your image must be in app/assets/images

or try following,

File.open(File.join(Rails.root, "app/assets/images/image.jpg"))

Common mistakes when storing file uploads with Rails, Saving files to a directory that is not shared between deploys or servers be delivered from a Rails controller action (e.g. /images/4/download ) by using send_file . See Always store your Paperclip attachments in a separate folder per environment makandra has been working exclusively with Ruby on Rails since 2007. Faker. This gem is a port of Perl's Data::Faker library that generates fake data.. It comes in very handy for taking screenshots (taking screenshots for my project, Catch the Best was the original impetus for the creation of this gem), having real-looking test data, and having your database populated with more than one or two records while you're doing development.

if FactoryGirl is your next option, you can use as follows in spec/factories.rb:

include ActionDispatch::TestProcess
FactoryGirl.define do
    factory :picture do 
      original_filename "test.jpg"
      file { fixture_file_upload(Rails.root.to_s + '/spec/fixtures/files/test.jpg', 'img/jpeg') }
  end
end

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Faker::Avatar.image('app/assets/image.jpg') returns a String with url to image placeholder ("https://robohash.org/app/assets/image.jpg.png?size=300x300&set=set1"), but Paperclip expects a file or IO there.

So you should pass something like File.new(File.join(Rails.root, 'spec', 'fixtures', 'files', 'avatar.jpg')) (and place some image at that path)

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it work

 20.times do
    Image.create(
     item_image: Rails.root.join("app/assets/images/image.jpg").open,
     filename: "Whole Wheat Pasta in Mushroom Sauce",
     title: "pasta"
                )
     end

Notes posted by rubyonrailsdevelopment, Paperclip is a popular choice for uploading images and files as it offers great features to When a file is processed (since there is a queue, not all files are processed immediately). Rails.application.config.middleware.use ExceptionNotification::Rack, :email Faker Gem: Fake Data Generation in Ruby. Active Storage OverviewThis guide covers how to attach files to your Active Record models.After reading this guide, you will know: How to attach one or many files to a record. How to delete an attached file. How to link to an attached file. How to use variants to transform images. How to generate an image representation of a non-image file, such as a PDF or a video. How to send file uploads

Recent notes, @EdvardM added a note years ago saying this does not symbolize the keys of Paperclip is a popular choice for uploading images and files as it offers great .​railscarma.com/blog/technical-articles/faker-gem-fake-data-generation-ruby/. Paperclip Deprecated. Paperclip is deprecated.. For new projects, we recommend Rails' own ActiveStorage.. For existing projects, please consult and contribute to the migration guide, available in English, en español, and as a video recorded at RailsConf 2019.

Ruby Gems - My Favorite Ones, For those who do not have much time in Rails, Devise gives you everything us with the API client to upload the previous paperclip images to AWS S3, Faker. It is used to generate random data, such as names, surnames,  Since passing a file into the picture attribute works when passing a string (from Faker::Avatar.image) didn't, I'm guessing that the Picture model is using Paperclip (or some other file upload gem), and the picture setter expects to receive a file rather than a string.

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Comments
  • is multipart: true set in your form?
  • @nileshkumar lol, he is not creating it from form, it must be test data.
  • @ray: oh I see now :)
  • Try with Faker::Avatar.image('image.jpg') or Faker::Avatar.image("#{Rails.root}/app/assets/image.jpg")
  • hi ray,it not working.same error
  • 20.times do Image.create( item_image: Rails.root.join("app/assets/images/food_image1.jpg").open, filename: "food", title: "food" ) end it tryed this way it work,but it store only one img all time.
  • If you have 20 images then you can do like, 20.times do |n|; Image.create( item_image: Rails.root.join("app/assets/images/food_image#{n}.jpg").open, filename: "food", title: "food" )