Log message #4171010

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# Oct 9th, 13:12 neon1024 I’d use a custom ErrorHandlerMiddleware and catch the MissingRouteException
# Oct 9th, 12:35 slackebot solution for this. Let me know if problem is clear ? Any idea ? Thank you
# Oct 9th, 12:35 ondrej.nedvidek Hi there. I have problem when redirecting to subdomain for certain /page/* and want to pass also all after /page/* to new subdomain. I can not use nginx/apache solution as I want to pass this to 'subdomain' only if no of 'routes' above this redirect will catch the request. As there is possibility that in future some pages will be server on main domain. I would prefer to avoid pure PHP solution, but at the moment I can not see other
# Oct 9th, 11:29 neon1024 Interesting that it’s possible to break DebugKit by setting a header of `'X-Frame-Options: deny'`
# Oct 9th, 10:25 neon1024 What protocol are you currently using?
# Oct 9th, 10:22 johnwayne @neon1024 But how to update
# Oct 9th, 10:11 neon1024 https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/HTTP/Status/426
# Oct 9th, 09:59 johnwayne node.js is updated, npm, yarn, composer, php...
# Oct 9th, 09:58 johnwayne My local API (Swagger) works normally, but if I call that endpoint in cakephp then I am getting this error
# Oct 9th, 09:58 slackebot => [ 'Server' => [ (int) 0 => 'WebSocket++/0.5.1' ] ] [protected] headerNames => [ 'server' => 'Server' ] [private] protocol => '1.1' [private] stream => object(Zend\Diactoros\Stream) { [protected] resource => resource [protected] stream => 'php://memory' } } ```
# Oct 9th, 09:58 johnwayne can anybody help me with this problem ``` object(Cake\Http\Client\Response) { [protected] code => (int) 426 [protected] reasonPhrase => 'Upgrade Required' [protected] _xml => null [protected] _json => null [protected] _exposedProperties => [ 'cookies' => '_cookies', 'body' => '_getBody', 'code' => 'code', 'json' => '_getJson', 'xml' => '_getXml', 'headers' => '_getHeaders' ] [protected] _cookies => [] [protected] headers
# Oct 9th, 09:57 rudy1976s because actually it does not retrieve nothing
# Oct 9th, 09:56 rudy1976s is it correct to use this on a query contain ? I am using the following to find translation on associated : 'Seo' => function($q) { return $q->find('translations'); },
# Oct 9th, 09:56 rudy1976s I am working to try to retrieve translations on associations with contains
# Oct 9th, 09:55 rudy1976s good morning to all !!!!
# Oct 9th, 09:46 rrd564 @neon1024 uksort saved my day. Thanks :slightly_smiling_face:
# Oct 9th, 09:39 neon1024 I mean, if you’d put that into Google instead of Slack, you’d be there by now!
# Oct 9th, 09:39 neon1024 http://php.net/manual/en/language.exceptions.php
# Oct 9th, 09:38 neon1024 Use `try`
# Oct 9th, 09:29 blancessanchez30 how to catch an exception?
# Oct 9th, 09:24 rrd564 thanks
# Oct 9th, 09:24 rrd564 hm, even better
# Oct 9th, 09:23 neon1024 Then I could preserve the content and deal with the sorting just by index
# Oct 9th, 09:23 rrd564 Thanks for the hint, let's see where I iwll ended up :slightly_smiling_face:
# Oct 9th, 09:23 neon1024 I would probably use `usort()` and write my own function
# Oct 9th, 09:23 rrd564 I know, but it is not a problm for me at that point
# Oct 9th, 09:22 neon1024 If you are using an array of entities though they will not become entities again
# Oct 9th, 09:21 rrd564 but actually converting into an array, use ksort and converting back to a collection is an option
# Oct 9th, 09:20 neon1024 Ahok
# Oct 9th, 09:20 rrd564 ksort gives me: ksort() expects parameter 1 to be array, object given
# Oct 9th, 09:20 neon1024 Although, I’m not entirely sure on that you’d have to try it :slightly_smiling_face:
# Oct 9th, 09:20 neon1024 I believe, as it implements an iterator
# Oct 9th, 09:19 neon1024 https://github.com/cakephp/cakephp/blob/master/src/Collection/Collection.php#L27
# Oct 9th, 09:19 neon1024 No
# Oct 9th, 09:18 rrd564 But than I have to convert my collection to an array, right?
# Oct 9th, 09:18 neon1024 Collection implements ArrayInterface iirc
# Oct 9th, 09:18 neon1024 Use ksort or usort then
# Oct 9th, 09:18 rrd564 And I want to keep the indexes, just reordering them
# Oct 9th, 09:17 rrd564 @neon1024 That is not good for me, as I have several items in every group
# Oct 9th, 09:15 neon1024 `Collection::indexBy()`
# Oct 9th, 09:06 rrd564 Is there a way to sort a collection by the index of its items? Something like ksort for arrays? The collection is after a groupBy and I want to sort after the grouping