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# Jan 14th, 15:28 shifat.it how can i run this on hosting site?
# Jan 14th, 15:27 shifat.it it runs at "localhost:8765"
# Jan 14th, 15:27 shifat.it I have a cake php project which i run using "/bin cake server"
# Jan 14th, 15:27 shifat.it I need your help
# Jan 14th, 15:26 shifat.it Hello
# Jan 14th, 14:52 this.impetus All kidding aside, sometimes one wants to learn the proper way to do a thing, and other times one wants permission to just get it done. :P
# Jan 14th, 14:51 neon1024 It’s only a thought ;)
# Jan 14th, 14:48 this.impetus @neon1024 Noted. I will attempt that, and then when I discover how little I understand what you're saying, will feel fine about mashing together some inelegant solution, confident that there wasn't a dead-easy option I'd missed. God I love this slack.
# Jan 14th, 14:47 neon1024 My first thought approach would be to use an array id’s for the records, and use some array_intersect callback or collections::filter method to create the two arrays you want, a keep and a delete and then action those in the ORM as required
# Jan 14th, 14:42 slackebot but intuitively... I'm assuming Cake thinks about this differently.
# Jan 14th, 14:42 this.impetus Hey guys, can anyone point me to where I might read about to remove established HABTM relationships when editing a record? Started here: https://book.cakephp.org/3/en/orm/saving-data.html#unlink-many-to-many-records But in context, the request object contains an array of the associations which should *remain* after the edit, rather than those being removed. I can easily enough manually do this in the controller with a little inference,
# Jan 14th, 14:34 ndm Thing is the clause isn't stored as an array, but as a query expression object, so there's really no other way :S
# Jan 14th, 14:26 neon1024 Iterating is clearer though :thumbsup:
# Jan 14th, 14:26 neon1024 ..and `where()` with the second param `true`
# Jan 14th, 14:25 neon1024 I was thing `clause()`
# Jan 14th, 14:05 ndm except `iterateParts()` :) ... and `traverse()`, but that's just for reading
# Jan 14th, 14:04 ndm The array that holds the conditions is protected, and there's no public API for reading or overwriting.
# Jan 14th, 14:00 neon1024 You could get the array, change it and write it back
# Jan 14th, 13:26 val I wish there would be a simpler way.
# Jan 14th, 13:18 ndm One way would be to use `QueryExpression::iterateParts()`, and in the callback _not_ return the condition that you want to remove.
# Jan 14th, 13:10 val Hi, is there a way to remove one condition from QueryExpression object that has several conditions in 3.x?
# Jan 14th, 12:48 dereuromark if you are fine with the limitations, go for it :) No one is stopping u
# Jan 14th, 12:46 neon1024 True, hard to unload a trait
# Jan 14th, 12:39 dereuromark trait is hardcoded in, and less flexible based on event/flow. it directly replaces a parent, etc. usually a behavior is a bit cleaner if you want to have reusable functionality added into more than one table.
# Jan 14th, 12:20 neon1024 Although harder to get the Table alias from a trait I guess
# Jan 14th, 12:10 neon1024 Now I’ve copied that method into two Table classes it’s time to refactor into a .. trait maybe :thinking_face:
# Jan 14th, 12:09 neon1024 Although it’s a bit XY, as I’m actually trying to use the foc/search plugin to filter for ‘today’ using comparison on datetime, using date data. Meaning I have had to use a finder as my filter and wrap my datetime with `DATE()` method to get the comparison to work for a single day
# Jan 14th, 12:08 neon1024 I can only think that a trait requires ‘less framework’ than a trait
# Jan 14th, 12:08 neon1024 What factors dictate the choice between a Behaviour and a Trait for table class shared methods
# Jan 14th, 10:42 neon1024 Merry Tuesday all :rainbow:
# Jan 14th, 10:29 conehead I am. Currently on plugin version ```3.5.1```
# Jan 14th, 10:27 rudy1976s good morning: is there anyone who's using asset_compress plugin from MarkStory, on cake 3.8x? I need the correct version to update my composer
# Jan 14th, 10:19 conehead Actually just saw it is not pdf, it is docx. Using PHPWord
# Jan 14th, 10:16 challgren What you using to generate the PDF?
# Jan 14th, 10:03 conehead How would you solve this problem? I got an url that generates a graph (as png image), with a normal controller/action that just prints out this stuff. User is required to be logged in to see it. Now I want to use this image and generate a pdf file with it. Just copy from the url e.g. http://myapp.com/graphs/my_graph.png ? Or does this bring any security issues with it?
# Jan 14th, 07:42 challgren Ones with :strawberry: are CakePHP 4.x compatible
# Jan 14th, 07:42 challgren But https://github.com/FriendsOfCake/awesome-cakephp would be a great place for Plugins
# Jan 14th, 07:41 challgren Theres also https://github.com/FriendsOfCake/crud
# Jan 14th, 07:40 challgren It really depends on your implementation @matiur756
# Jan 14th, 06:38 javier.villanueva morning all
# Jan 14th, 05:22 matiur756 whats the difference? https://github.com/sprintcube/cakephp-rest https://github.com/CakeDC/cakephp-api