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# Nov 19th, 14:15 neon1024 Here you are @shifat.it https://github.com/cakephp/cakephp/issues/9978
# Nov 19th, 14:12 shifat.it okay.. I will get back to you after seeing roadmap
# Nov 19th, 14:12 neon1024 You can find out more in the pull request I’m sure, or on the roadmap
# Nov 19th, 14:12 neon1024 Because multi mode methods create side effects, have an unclear api and are harder to understand when reading code
# Nov 19th, 14:12 shifat.it Is there any reason??
# Nov 19th, 14:11 shifat.it why ??
# Nov 19th, 14:11 shifat.it why we are using $request->data; to $request->getData()
# Nov 19th, 14:11 neon1024 The change was made across the framework
# Nov 19th, 14:11 neon1024 Multi-mode methods were deprecated
# Nov 19th, 14:11 shifat.it $this->setTable('my_table'); // Prior to 3.4.0 $this->table('my_table');
# Nov 19th, 14:10 shifat.it why the following code changed?
# Nov 19th, 14:09 shifat.it One question to ask
# Nov 19th, 14:09 shifat.it Hello
# Nov 19th, 14:01 cubetto when i run the sql that comes from debugging the query, it works fine, for some reason cake just doesn't execute it
# Nov 19th, 14:00 cubetto i need to increment a value in a column of 5 different rows, so i'm trying with $this->query()->update()->set(['field'] => $expression)->where(['user_id'=>$id])->execute();
# Nov 19th, 13:58 cubetto Hi, i'm working on a cake 3.4.7 project, trying to write an updateAll query and can't get it to execute, if I use updateAll i just get 0 modified rows, if i use $this->query() ->update() i can see the query is propery produced but it states executed=false
# Nov 19th, 13:44 slackebot !
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# Nov 19th, 13:36 mocelle It works!
# Nov 19th, 13:35 mocelle Done!
# Nov 19th, 13:34 mocelle Array
# Nov 19th, 13:34 frank @mocelle I think ndm is right, is $data an array or a json_encoded string?
# Nov 19th, 13:20 mocelle I habe mi idea
# Nov 19th, 13:19 mocelle If I use dump($this->access_token) in Postman is alles Ok.
# Nov 19th, 13:18 slackebot $ex->getMessage()); }
# Nov 19th, 13:18 mocelle $headers = [ 'headers' => [ 'Content-Type' => 'application/json', 'Cache-Control' => 'no-cache', 'Accept' => 'application/json', 'Authorization' => 'Bearer ' .$this->access_token, ], ]; $client = new Client(); $url = $this->host . $path; try { $response = $client->post($url, $data, $headers); } catch (\Exception $ex) { throw new Exception("Error" .
# Nov 19th, 13:07 rsteenge How to change the date formats before saving in cakephp 3? In cakephp 2 it could be done in the appModel beforesave
# Nov 19th, 13:06 mocelle :white_frowning_face:
# Nov 19th, 13:06 mocelle I take api token from restapi and using cakephp 3.3
# Nov 19th, 12:28 ndm 415 indicates that possibly the content that you're sending doesn't match the content type that you're indicating. But again, more details would help. Where is that code located? What are you doing with it? Where are you adding the data and what does it look like?
# Nov 19th, 12:23 pieceof try 'Authorization' => 'Authorization: Bearer xfxfgxdfg'
# Nov 19th, 12:19 mocelle And i retrive 415 status code
# Nov 19th, 12:19 slackebot <mocelle>
# Nov 19th, 12:18 pieceof curl --request POST --url https://xDxDxD:xDxD/api/users/new --header 'Accept: application/json' --header 'Content-Type: application/json' --header 'Authorization: Bearer 0xDxDxDbigsaussagexDxD' --data '{"username":"new_username", "password":"new_passwrod"}'
# Nov 19th, 12:15 ndm @mocelle You need to add a little more detail, I really don't know what your actually asking for. Maybe add some code to illustrate the problem.
# Nov 19th, 12:13 slackebot $this->hasMany('Clients', [ 'className' => 'Users', 'foreignKey' => 'customer_id', 'joinType' => 'LEFT' ]);``` I don't get errors but it also doesn't create any joins in the select statements?
# Nov 19th, 12:13 noel So if I add a `user_id` field to my `users` table then bake adds the following associations (which don't cause an error): ```$this->belongsTo('Users', [ 'foreignKey' => 'user_id' ]); $this->hasMany('Users', [ 'foreignKey' => 'user_id' ]); ``` However it doesn't create any joins. I changed it to this: ```$this->belongsTo('Customers', [ 'className' => 'Users', 'foreignKey' => 'customer_id', 'joinType' => 'LEFT' ]);
# Nov 19th, 12:13 mocelle I send Data too, with Post method
# Nov 19th, 12:07 ndm What does one have to do with the other? That's two different headers, isn't it?
# Nov 19th, 12:04 mocelle *how
# Nov 19th, 12:03 mocelle Hier to add Authorisation to Header with content type