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# Oct 17th, 09:50 challgren That might be your issue is your loading the config after the alias
# Oct 17th, 09:49 challgren and maybe load your config before the alias
# Oct 17th, 09:45 koeller To have be aware of not configured connection names passed?
# Oct 17th, 09:44 challgren @koeller did you try to inspect it with `ConnectionManager::configured()`?
# Oct 17th, 09:41 koeller @alexdd55976: For now I’m able to perform the action I want in loading the connection into the Model directly, like: ```$this->Users ->setConnection(ConnectionManager::get($args->getArgument('connection')))```
# Oct 17th, 09:21 alexdd55976 @koeller i do not know, but if you find the solution can you add to docu and do a PR on it?
# Oct 17th, 09:18 koeller Hey, How can I switch a database in a Command. I’ve tried in command execute(): `ConnectionManager::alias($args->getArgument(‘connection’), ‘default’); Configure::load($args->getArgument(‘connection’), ‘default’, true);` But that doesn’t work :S I haven’t found anything in the documentation on that topic, either.
# Oct 17th, 09:08 challgren Evening all!
# Oct 17th, 08:51 neon1024 Wishing everyone a great day! :tada:
# Oct 17th, 08:50 neon1024 Heya everyone
# Oct 17th, 07:20 jotpe Morning, folks!
# Oct 17th, 06:47 javier.villanueva morning!
# Oct 17th, 06:32 alexdd55976 good morning
# Oct 16th, 21:42 slackebot1 'marketingthumb >' => 0 ] ]``` any ideas how to achieve that?
# Oct 16th, 21:42 slackebot1 'Projectfiles', function (Query $q) { return $q->where( [ 'OR' => [ 'marketingvideo >' => 0, 'marketingthumb >' => 0 ] ] ); } ); $query->cache('project_list_video_images'); $query2 = $this->Projects->find('all')
# Oct 16th, 21:42 slackebot1 'Products', 'Marketinginfos', 'Clients', 'Projectfiles' ] ); $query->where(['active' => true]); $query->order(['Projects.id' => 'DESC']); return $query; } ``` this is of course not 100% correct as the condition is to open in ``` return $q->where( [ 'OR' => [ 'marketingvideo >' => 0,
# Oct 16th, 21:42 slackebot1 ->contain(['Marketinginfos', 'Products']) ->toArray(); debug($query2); return $query; } private function __prepareApiMarketingGetProjectList() { $query = $this->find(); $query->matching( 'Marketinginfos', function (Query $q) { return $q->where(['closed' => true]); } ); $query->contain( [
# Oct 16th, 21:42 slackebot1 ``` public function ApiGetProjectListVideoAndImages() { $query = $this->__prepareApiMarketingGetProjectList(); $query->matching( 'Products', function (Query $q) { return $q->where( [ 'producttype_id' => [1,2], ] ); // Videos and Images Only } ); $query->matching(
# Oct 16th, 21:42 mrfeedback i am not sure how i can build a query for the following example: i have projects I want to select `projects` which have in `marketinginfos.closed = true`, and `producttype_id` either `1` or `2` and if it is `producttype_id = 1` it has to have at least one `projectfiles.marketingthumb > 0` and `projectfiles.video > 0` if it is `producttype_id=2` it as to have at least one `projectfile.marketingthumb > 0` only. my approach is the following
# Oct 16th, 16:49 ssalvatori I want to test the internal logic of the listerner
# Oct 16th, 16:49 ssalvatori hello, hey any examples how to test a EventListener ?
# Oct 16th, 16:47 javier.villanueva Im testing with 10.000 and time to save its very up
# Oct 16th, 16:47 javier.villanueva I may not need lft and rght structure
# Oct 16th, 16:45 javier.villanueva ok
# Oct 16th, 16:44 admad MPTT is optimized for read
# Oct 16th, 16:44 admad it won't crash on finds but more like on saves :slightly_smiling_face:
# Oct 16th, 16:09 javier.villanueva ok i will make it
# Oct 16th, 16:09 ndm Finds shouldn't be an issue even with billions of records (assuming your DBMS can handle large amounts of data in general), writes on the other hand can be very expensive. Generate some test data and try it out.
# Oct 16th, 16:01 javier.villanueva really when I write finds is reorder
# Oct 16th, 15:47 javier.villanueva Im using the tree behaviour in a model, probably with 2 million of records, a person tell me that probably it will be crash in finds... any advice about it?
# Oct 16th, 14:00 paul_83uk ok useful to know thanks.
# Oct 16th, 13:58 admad gtg
# Oct 16th, 13:58 admad FYI it's the `ResponseEmitter` class with makes the `setcookie()` calls. So if you do upgrade to php 7.e then for now you can use your own reponse emitter class which overrides relevant method and pass your emitter instance to $server->emit() call in webroot/index.php
# Oct 16th, 13:58 paul_83uk haha love the pic! coookieeee!!
# Oct 16th, 13:58 paul_83uk ahhh ok! sorry hadn't realised that at all. no wonder CakePHP class isn't supporting it yet.
# Oct 16th, 13:57 admad https://ayesh.me/PHP-Samesite-cookies
# Oct 16th, 13:57 admad set you can't set `SameSite` option since php itself has no support for hit prior to 7.3
# Oct 16th, 13:56 paul_83uk in production
# Oct 16th, 13:56 paul_83uk 7.2.19 at the mo
# Oct 16th, 13:55 admad @paul_83uk are you using php 7.3?
# Oct 16th, 13:53 david is the ->translation() method the provided by the trait?