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CheckboxSetField: [User Error] ... the method 'setbyidlist' does not exist on 'DataObjectSet'


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brokemeister

Community Member, 30 Posts

27 July 2009 at 10:17pm


Hi!

The Edit-Form for my ContentDataObject (in the DataObjectManager) works fine, but if I want to save it, following exception is thrown:

[User Error] Uncaught Exception: Object->__call(): the method 'setbyidlist' does not exist on 'DataObjectSet'
POST /admin/EditForm/field/CurrentContent/item/47/DetailForm

Line 515 in ~/sapphire/core/Object.php
Source

506 				case isset($config['function']) :
507 					return $config['function']($this, $arguments);
508 				
509 				default :
510 					throw new Exception (
511 						"Object->__call(): extra method $method is invalid on $this->class:" . var_export($config, true)
512 					);
513 			}
514 		} else {
515 			throw new Exception("Object->__call(): the method '$method' does not exist on '$this->class'");
516 		}
517 	}
518 	
519 	// -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
520 	
521 	/**

Trace

    * Object->__call(setByIDList,Array)
    * DataObjectSet->setByIDList(Array)
      Line 143 of CheckboxSetField.php
    * CheckboxSetField->saveInto(EventDataObject)
      Line 884 of Form.php
....

I have follow DataObjects

class ContentDataObject extends MagazinDataObject {
	
	static $db = array (
	);
	
	static $has_many = array (
	);
	
	static $many_many = array (
		"Categories" => "CategoryDataObject",
	);

	
	public function getCMSFields_forPopup() {
		$fields = parent::getCMSFIelds_forPopup();
		
		$fields->push(new DateField("ArchivDate", "Archivierungsdatum"));
		$fields->push(new DropdownField("ClassName", $this->fieldLabel('ClassName'), $this->getContentTypeClasses('ContentDataObject')));
		$contentList = DataObject::get('CategorizationComplexDataObject');
//		$fields->push(new CategorizationSetField("Categories", "Kategorien", $contentList));
		$fields->push(new CheckboxSetField("Categories", "Kategorien", $contentList->toDropDownMap()));
		return $fields;
	}
...
}

class CategorizationDataObject extends MagazinDataObject {
	
	static $db = array (
	);
	
	static $has_one  = array(
	);
	
	static $belongs_many_many = array (
		"Contents" => "ContentDataObject",
	);
	
	
	public function getCMSFields_forPopup() {
		$fields = parent::getCMSFields_forPopup();
		$fields->push(new DropdownField("ClassName", $this->fieldLabel('ClassName'), $this->getContentTypeClasses('CategorizationDataObject')));
		
		$fields->push(new DropdownField("MagazinPageID", "Single View Page", $this->getMagazinPagesForDropDown()));
		
//		$fields->push(new TextField("Author", "Autor"));
		return $fields;
	}
...
}

Any ideas or hints?

Cheers,

Malte

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brokemeister

Community Member, 30 Posts

27 July 2009 at 10:27pm

With

 
   static $many_many = array (
      "Categories" => "CategorizationDataObject",
   ); 
...

it also does not work work...

Cheers,
Malte

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brokemeister

Community Member, 30 Posts

27 July 2009 at 11:02pm

I have found problem.

I have overwritten the automatically generated Categories-function with my custom one.
Stupid mistake... :(

Cheers,

Malte

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BLU42 Media

Community Member, 71 Posts

1 October 2009 at 9:33am

I was running into the same issue... so I thought I'd share my findings with anyone else who may run into the same issue.

If you do need to overwrite the auto-generated function, you could try something like this in your DataObject:

//  Code you want but can't use in this situation:
return DataObject::get('<YourObject>', "<filter>", "<sort>", etc);

return $this->getManyManyComponents('<YourRelation>', "<filter>", "<sort>", etc);

You could use getComponents or getHasManyComponents too.

Hope it helps someone!!