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  • rob.s
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    DataObjectDecorator and has_many Link to this post

    Hi,

    i want to create an "Reminder" extension.
    In our project are many custom DataObjects handled inside ModelAdmin.
    To some of them i want to add a "Reminder" functionality.

    I decided to create a DataObjectDecorator, but i get errors.

    Here are the code Snippets:

    The Reminder DataObject itself:

    class Reminder extends DataObject {

    public static $db = array(
    'Title' => 'Varchar(256)',
    'Deadline' => 'SS_Datetime',
    'Message' => 'HTMLText',
    'Priority' => 'Enum("low,medium,high","medium")'
    );

    public static $has_one = array(

    );

    }

    The Decorator:

    class ReminderExtension extends DataObjectDecorator {

       function extraStatics() {
          return array(
             'has_many' => array(
                'Reminders' => 'Reminder'
             ));

       }

    public function updateCMSFields(FieldSet $fields) {

    $table = new HasManyDataObjectManager($this->owner, 'Reminders', 'Reminder', array('Title' => 'Title'));
    $fields->addFieldToTab('Root.Content.Reminders', $table);

    }
    }

    And inside of some Dataobjects i deine the extension/the decorator

    static $extensions = array(
    'ReminderExtension'
    );

    But when klicking inside ModelAdmin of an Dataobject to edit:


    Warning: "array_flip() [function.array-flip]: The argument should be an array" at line 1334 of....../html/sapphire/core/model/DataObject.php

    I am working with SS 2.4.1

    Any ideas ?

  • MarcusDalgren
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    Re: DataObjectDecorator and has_many Link to this post

    This is tricky since the way SS handles has_many. Adding has_many to a class doesn't actually do anything database wise, the system expects a has_one on the other side to know what to do and it's when the has_one is created that the correct stuff shows up in the db.

    In short I'm not sure if this is doable in this manner.

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