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# Jun 26th 2021, 15:38 mokiwaa and echo $this->Form->control('brand_logo', ['label'=>'Logo', 'type'=>'file']);
# Jun 26th 2021, 15:38 mokiwaa I have tried to use echo $this->Form->control('brand_logos', ['label'=>'Logo', 'type'=>'file']);
# Jun 26th 2021, 15:38 mokiwaa in the form
# Jun 26th 2021, 15:37 mokiwaa the image get upload
# Jun 26th 2021, 15:37 mokiwaa but if I use hasMany
# Jun 26th 2021, 15:37 mokiwaa I cant make it work
# Jun 26th 2021, 15:37 mokiwaa with hasOne association
# Jun 26th 2021, 15:37 mokiwaa I have a problem with the proffer plugin
# Jun 26th 2021, 15:36 kevin.pfeifer just ask :)
# Jun 26th 2021, 15:35 mokiwaa :)
# Jun 26th 2021, 15:35 mokiwaa still
# Jun 26th 2021, 15:35 mokiwaa stile there?
# Jun 26th 2021, 15:16 kevin.pfeifer yes
# Jun 26th 2021, 15:10 mokiwaa someone online?
# Jun 26th 2021, 15:09 mokiwaa Hi
# Jun 26th 2021, 14:33 kevin.pfeifer from a quick read through I would also say that this data should be present in the junction table between the 2 main tables. And only the junction table has the foreign keys for the 2 main tables - therefore as Zuluru already said a `belongsToMany`
# Jun 26th 2021, 14:19 greg138 It sounds like this should be a `belongsToMany` association for both models, meaning that Answers is the join table. Am I missing something?
# Jun 26th 2021, 13:48 slackebot Recommendation to the Answer and landed on this current solution. What do you guys and gals think?
# Jun 26th 2021, 13:48 slackebot which has foreign keys for Assessment and Recommendation plus the extra data. When I create an Assessment record I use beforeMarshal to create an Answer for each Recommendation that was selected for the Assessment. While this works, it seems a little 'hacky'. Can anyone see a better way to achieve this outcome? I had originally tried with addition join table data but I couldn't figure out a way to join both the Assessment and
# Jun 26th 2021, 13:48 tomrwaller Hey everyone, just wanted to ask for some advice about how I'm currently doing my associations and whether anyone thinks there is a better way. I currently have Assessments and Recommendations. An Assessment has many Recommendations and a Recommendation can belong to many Assessments. I want to store answers to Recommendations for each Assessment. Just a couple of fields maybe up to 10. At the moment I have a Answers model
# Jun 25th 2021, 17:03 ricmelero Thank @admad and @kevin.pfeifer!
# Jun 25th 2021, 17:01 ricmelero never mind, I got it working now, later this year I expect to have fewer work and I may take a look into routing, I have noticed a few cases that are weird or may be improved (like redirecting to array styles named routes) and I'll loved to help...
# Jun 25th 2021, 16:56 steinkel we usually rely on any of the https://github.com/CakeDC/cakephp-api/tree/master/src/Service/Auth/Authenticate for API based applications
# Jun 25th 2021, 16:56 nick.vanderwoude @steinkel I did see that. Is it working?
# Jun 25th 2021, 16:55 steinkel @nick.vanderwoude we did some work time ago to provide a specific endpoint for ajax login here https://github.com/CakeDC/users/pull/789
# Jun 25th 2021, 16:55 ricmelero although placeholder length is arbitrary... mm
# Jun 25th 2021, 16:54 ricmelero and there is no attemp to trying to check longer first.. even that I understand that it may have placeholders or dinamyc parts
# Jun 25th 2021, 16:53 ricmelero yep, I see that krsort, is present in a few places.. and yes @admad, I get that, and that's why I was thinking about it, inside each path, you may have many routes
# Jun 25th 2021, 16:52 admad But you lose that optimization for lang routes since they start with a placeholder
# Jun 25th 2021, 16:51 kevin.pfeifer i guess you mean that krsort https://github.com/cakephp/cakephp/blob/master/src/Routing/RouteCollection.php#L130
# Jun 25th 2021, 16:51 admad It does sort them by *static* longer parts first.
# Jun 25th 2021, 16:50 ricmelero but besides that case, I was thinking that routes is trying to check longer paths first, ordering that way, but inside each path, this behavior does not apply... wouldn't be that a desired behavior? I mean, inside each path, sort routes with longer names or templates first.. I may work in a PR if that's the case
# Jun 25th 2021, 16:47 ricmelero this way is cleaner
# Jun 25th 2021, 16:47 ricmelero I had moved all inside Plugin::routes() method to my routes.php, also worked, but it wasn't feel rigth
# Jun 25th 2021, 16:45 ricmelero yeah, that did the trick,
# Jun 25th 2021, 16:44 admad you can use `$routes->loadPlugin('Foo')` at the top of your `routes.php` to load the plugin's route first.
# Jun 25th 2021, 16:43 ricmelero I can get it working, but it feel like a hack
# Jun 25th 2021, 16:43 ricmelero so, they are loaded after app routes
# Jun 25th 2021, 16:42 ricmelero I've app routes defined in config/routes.php, but plugin routes are in each plugin's Plugin::routes() method
# Jun 25th 2021, 16:41 admad Just overly generic routes are bound to cause you problems.
# Jun 25th 2021, 16:40 admad > sorry, it's like this "/{lang}/{controller}/{action}/*" Well then no wonder it matches, fix your routes order.