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item.json
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{
"name":"Calendar",
"unit_price":15.00,
"expense_account_id":"5072d350d57debd2b900001d",
"income_account_id":"5072d350d57debd2b900000a",
"description":"This is a test calendar item that will be sold on the online store"
}
item.rb
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class Item
include Mongoid::Document
include Mongoid::Timestamps
 
field :name, type: String
field :active, type: Boolean, default: true
field :desc, type: String
field :unit_price, type: Money
 
has_one :expense_account, class_name: "Account"
has_one :income_account, class_name: "Account"
 
validates :expense_account, presence: true
validates :income_account, presence: true
end
item_controller.rb
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class ItemsController < ApplicationController
skip_before_filter :verify_authenticity_token
 
before_filter :authorize
 
respond_to :json, :xml
 
def create
@item = @current_user.items.build(params[:item])
@item.unit_price = Money.parse(params[:item][:unit_price])
@item.save
end
end

In order to fix this -- I needed to reverse the relations between items and accounts

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