Last Updated: 2021-05-15
When doing integration tests, I had the following fail with
route not found:
I expected this to work, since the Rails router had a route that matched:
get '/paypal/finalize', to: 'paypal#finalize', as: :finalize_paypal
The issue was the email had a "." in it and this screwed up with the Rails
router's ability to work well. Generally speaking, dots are allowed in URLs.
It's just that Rails uses dots to separate formats (e.g.