Log message #4190638

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# Jun 24th, 17:20 daniel.upshaw Wooot! `$this->RequestHandler->renderAs($this, null);`
# Jun 24th, 17:19 admad apparently it skips setting the templatepath if you have already set view classname. So try doing that in your action method
# Jun 24th, 17:18 daniel.upshaw Hmm `_renderType`
# Jun 24th, 17:18 admad https://github.com/cakephp/cakephp/blob/master/src/Controller/Component/RequestHandlerComponent.php#L631=L639
# Jun 24th, 17:17 daniel.upshaw Thank you for the input though, it just isn't taking for some reason
# Jun 24th, 17:17 daniel.upshaw Ah
# Jun 24th, 17:17 admad it has nothing to do with view class name
# Jun 24th, 17:14 slackebot [protected] _vars => [] }```
# Jun 24th, 17:14 daniel.upshaw ```object(Cake\View\ViewBuilder) { [protected] _templatePath => 'Admin/MenuLinks/ajax' [protected] _template => null [protected] _plugin => null [protected] _theme => 'CoreManager' [protected] _layout => null [protected] _autoLayout => null [protected] _layoutPath => 'ajax' [protected] _name => null [protected] _className => 'App' [protected] _options => [] [protected] _helpers => [ (int) 0 => 'CoreManager.Core' ]
# Jun 24th, 17:14 daniel.upshaw Wow even if I `$this->viewBuilder()->setClassName('App')`
# Jun 24th, 17:12 daniel.upshaw Could be `setClassName()` perhaps
# Jun 24th, 17:11 daniel.upshaw Putting it in `beforeRender()` did at least have an effect.. thanks for the input though, I can keep tinkering with this
# Jun 24th, 17:10 daniel.upshaw @admad Interestingly, even forcing the path to `$this->viewBuilder()->setTemplatePath('Admin/MenuLinks');`, it adds the `ajax` subfolder to that
# Jun 24th, 17:09 daniel.upshaw I'll try that to test
# Jun 24th, 17:09 daniel.upshaw Although then it might be for the whole controller
# Jun 24th, 17:09 admad beforeRender
# Jun 24th, 17:09 daniel.upshaw Maybe I need it in a beforeFilter method
# Jun 24th, 17:08 daniel.upshaw The `debug` call does say `null`
# Jun 24th, 17:08 daniel.upshaw Also tried an empty string `''`, and double checking `debug($this->viewBuilder()->getTemplatePath());`
# Jun 24th, 17:08 daniel.upshaw @admad That seems like it would be perfect... did try in the `index()` method setting `$this->viewBuilder()->setTemplatePath(null);` but it still tries to fetch the `ajax` subfolder
# Jun 24th, 16:52 admad @daniel.upshaw RequestHandler sets the template path to `ajax` subfolder. Use `viewBuilder()->setTemplatePath()` to reset it to `null`.
# Jun 24th, 16:36 daniel.upshaw What if you want to request the HTML page like the normal route?
# Jun 24th, 16:36 daniel.upshaw An AJAX call with jQuery.... Cake is requiring a separate `/ajax/index.ctp`, with a layout when it detects an AJAX call
# Jun 24th, 16:35 slackebot <daniel.upshaw>
# Jun 24th, 16:35 daniel.upshaw Here's something super annoying
# Jun 24th, 16:17 daniel.upshaw Lol darn
# Jun 24th, 16:17 daniel.upshaw Oy
# Jun 24th, 16:17 a.didier i see... I'm on a really old project and i'm not really used to Cake2 and the previous dev did some weird stuff XD Hard to understand
# Jun 24th, 16:15 daniel.upshaw `app/View/Recipes/search.ctp`
# Jun 24th, 16:15 daniel.upshaw `app/View/Recipes/share.ctp`
# Jun 24th, 16:15 daniel.upshaw `app/View/Recipes/view.ctp`
# Jun 24th, 16:15 daniel.upshaw So each of `view`, `share`, `search` generates a response
# Jun 24th, 16:15 daniel.upshaw ```# /app/Controller/RecipesController.php class RecipesController extends AppController { public function view($id) { //action logic goes here.. } public function share($customerId, $recipeId) { //action logic goes here.. } public function search($query) { //action logic goes here.. } }```
# Jun 24th, 16:14 daniel.upshaw Controller should automatically generate a response, but you can customize it first if you need to
# Jun 24th, 16:14 daniel.upshaw The response is probably from here: https://book.cakephp.org/2.0/en/controllers.html
# Jun 24th, 16:13 daniel.upshaw So it would already know about `json` for example, so `type->('json')` is already prepared whereas as `vcf` needs `$this->response->type(array('vcf' => 'text/v-card'));` to be set first
# Jun 24th, 16:13 daniel.upshaw Although in the example, that's a custom one
# Jun 24th, 16:12 daniel.upshaw So by setting `type->('vcf');`, it's just adding the `text/v-card` MIME type to the headers
# Jun 24th, 16:12 daniel.upshaw @a.didier I think you can still use a template with a different response type
# Jun 24th, 16:02 a.didier Hello, quick question : I want to use CakeResponse on Cake2.10 but i have no idea on how to load it... The book show small code like this `$this->response->type('vcf');` nothing on how response is set...
# Jun 24th, 15:01 jeremyharris I believe the Croogo CMS has visual ACLs. I haven’t looked at it in a while but that might be a good example if they still have it