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Working through the book, Subscribers() problem


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Community Member, 77 Posts

5 August 2010 at 4:45am


I'v started working my way through the Silverstripe book but i'm getting an error which i cant seem to solve.

The error happens when this method is called (page 154 of the book), it appear that it does not like $this->Subscribers()

function MemberIsSubscribed($member = null)
      if(!$member) $member = Member::CurrentMember();
      $idList = $this->Subscribers()->getIdList();
      return in_array($member->ID,$idList);
      return false;

Heres the error returned
[Warning] reset() expects parameter 1 to be array, null given
GET /ssbook/jobs/programming

Line 101 in C:\wamp\www\ssbook\sapphire\core\ClassInfo.php


92     * Return the root data class for that class.
93     * This root table has a lot of special use in the DataObject system.
94     *
95     * @param mixed $class string of the classname or instance of the class
96     * @return array
97     */
98    static function baseDataClass($class) {
99       global $_ALL_CLASSES;
100       if (is_object($class)) $class = get_class($class);
101       reset($_ALL_CLASSES['parents'][$class]);
102       while($val = next($_ALL_CLASSES['parents'][$class])) {
103          if($val == 'DataObject') break;
104       }
105       $baseDataClass = next($_ALL_CLASSES['parents'][$class]);
106       return $baseDataClass ? $baseDataClass : $class;
107    }

any ideas on what might be causing this?



Community Member, 77 Posts

5 August 2010 at 4:54am

Sorry guys, I've solved the problem it was because i have written

   static $many_many = array(
      'Subscribers' => 'Members'

instead of

   static $many_many = array(
      'Subscribers' => 'Member'