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can i execute function with variable in template ?


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snaip

Community Member, 181 Posts

18 September 2009 at 1:50am

hi

is there any way to do something like that:

class Page_Controller extends ContentController {

   function abc($x) {
       $doSet = DataObject::get(
          $obj = '$x',
          $filter = "",
          $sort = "RAND()",
          $join = "",
          $limit = $random 
       );
    return $doSet;
   }

}


class PageOne_Controller extends Page_Controller {

}


class PageTwo_Controller extends Page_Controller {

}



ang now in template PageOne.ss return 'abc' function with 'x' like:

$abc(PageOne);


and in PageTwo.ss

$abc(PageTwo);


i had some problem with execute function in these way in templates so i ask you 

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Sean

Forum Moderator, 922 Posts

18 September 2009 at 3:27pm

That should work - is there any error produced?

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Willr

Forum Moderator, 5523 Posts

18 September 2009 at 4:02pm

You have a line $limit = $random and $random is not defined anywhere else. That should be changed eg $limit = "10".

You can also not pass variables into functions so if you are trying to do something like $abc($ClassName) this won't work.

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snaip

Community Member, 181 Posts

3 October 2009 at 3:42am

Edited: 03/10/2009 3:43am

Sean it doesnt work

this is my code

class OkolicaMapaPage_Controller extends StronaPage_Controller {

	function zajawka($zajawka) {
		$x = str_replace("\n","<br />",$zajawka);
		return $x;
	}

}

$zajawka('$Zajawka'); making error:

Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_STRING, expecting ')' in C:\Windows\Temp\silverstripe-cacheC--serwer-strony-nd\.cacheC..serwer.strony.nd.themes.noclegi-dobczyce.templates.Layout.OkolicaMapaPage.ss on line 31

<script type='text/javascript'>  
var mapa;
var geo;
function mapaStart() {

	if(GBrowserIsCompatible()) {
		mapa = new GMap2(document.getElementById("mapa"));
		mapa.setUIToDefault();	
		mapa.enableScrollWheelZoom();
		mapa.setCenter(new GLatLng(49.97065584042108,19.90997314453125),9);   
 
 		geo = new GClientGeocoder();
			
		<% control OkolicaPage %>
			var adres = '$Title';
			$zajawka($Zajawka);
			//var zajawka = '$Zajawka;


			geo.getLatLng(adres,function(punkt) {
				var marker = new GMarker(punkt,{title: adres});
		   		//marker.opis = adres;
		   		mapa.addOverlay(marker); 		
   		   				

				GEvent.addListener(marker,"click",function() {  
             				//marker.openInfoWindowHtml(marker.opis);  
   		   		}); 
   		   		
   		   		return marker;
			});                    <<<<<<<<<<<<<< THIS IS LINE 31 <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

		<% end_control %>				
	} 
}

</script>

<h2>
<% control OkolicaHolder_tytul %>
	$Title:
<% end_control %>
</h2>


<ul class="reg_menu">
	<li class="jasna">
		<% control OkolicaMapaPage_tytul %>
			<a href="$Link" title="$Title">Mapa</a>
		<% end_control %>
	</li>
	<li class="ciemna">
		<% control OkolicaHolder_tytul %>
			<a href="$Link" title="$Title">Lista miejscowości</a>
		<% end_control %>	
	</li>
</ul>

<div id="box_jasny">
	<div class="btop"></div>
	<div class="bcont">
		<div id="mapa" class="okolica"></div>
	</div>
	<div class="bbot"></div>
</div>
<div class="clear"></div>

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Nivanka

Community Member, 400 Posts

3 October 2009 at 4:31am

try without using quotes

example :


$zajawka(Zajawka);

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snaip

Community Member, 181 Posts

3 October 2009 at 11:35am

no it is not this :(

function replace_str($y) {
	$x = str_replace("e","eee",$y);
	echo $x;
}  

$replace_str(aea); => aeeea

$text = "aea";
$replace_str($text) => ERROR
$replace_str(text) => teeext

but i must use this function in this way $replace_str($text)
:(

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Nivanka

Community Member, 400 Posts

3 October 2009 at 3:04pm

are you using this to do some sting replace of a field of the dataobject?

if that case you can have a code like this on your controller;


function replace_str() {
   $x = str_replace("e","eee",$this->y);
   echo $x;
}

Make sure $this->y is the field;

then call it from the template like $replace_str

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snaip

Community Member, 181 Posts

3 October 2009 at 10:23pm

ok it works now but i cant use it in other <% control %>

OkolicaMapaPage.ss

<% control OkolicaPage %>
	$replace_str;
<% end_control %>

class OkolicaMapaPage_Controller extends Page_Controller {

	function replace_str() {
		$x = str_replace("e","eeee",$this->Title);
		echo $x;
	}

}

class Page_Controller extends ContentController {

	function OkolicaPage() {
		$obiekty = DataObject::get(
			$callerClass = 'OkolicaPage',
			$filter = '',
			$sort = '',
			$join = '',
			$limit = ''
		);
		return $obiekty;
	}

}

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