Log message #4267399

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# Jul 12th 2021, 19:22 kevin.pfeifer unless you manually set (or unset) the prefix
# Jul 12th 2021, 19:20 kevin.pfeifer as far as I know all generated links follow the current prefix (if there is one set)
# Jul 12th 2021, 18:44 tyler.adam.lazenby https://book.cakephp.org/4/en/development/routing.html#prefix-routing
# Jul 12th 2021, 18:44 tyler.adam.lazenby `'prefix' => false`
# Jul 12th 2021, 18:43 tyler.adam.lazenby ok I finally found out how to make link ignore the current prefix
# Jul 12th 2021, 18:32 tyler.adam.lazenby but when I am not on a page with the admin prefix, it doesn't do that
# Jul 12th 2021, 18:32 tyler.adam.lazenby And that means that links like contacts, messages, etc shouldn't be able to use the admin prefix. The URL route builder is adding that to the link when I am on a page under the admin prefix
# Jul 12th 2021, 18:31 tyler.adam.lazenby But accounts is the only controller in the admin folder
# Jul 12th 2021, 18:31 tyler.adam.lazenby One is accounts and the other admin/accounts
# Jul 12th 2021, 18:30 tyler.adam.lazenby There are two different controllers
# Jul 12th 2021, 18:28 kevin.pfeifer or should one redirect to the other
# Jul 12th 2021, 18:27 kevin.pfeifer but both urls should result in the same?
# Jul 12th 2021, 18:27 tyler.adam.lazenby Ok I just started experimenting with prefixes, and I noticing that ALL links are now being prefixed with my admin prefix. I only wanted to have the prefix be used by the URL builder if I explicitly used the admin prefix... how do I get my links back to not being prefixed and still keep the ability to prefix
# Jul 12th 2021, 18:26 tyler.adam.lazenby nice
# Jul 12th 2021, 17:16 kevin.pfeifer but little me thought "lordsimal" was a good nickname 13 years ago
# Jul 12th 2021, 17:15 tyler.adam.lazenby lol
# Jul 12th 2021, 17:13 kevin.pfeifer if i had a "better" github name I would do the same :,)
# Jul 12th 2021, 17:04 tyler.adam.lazenby nevermind, it was because I had made the action 'add-user' instead of 'addUser'
# Jul 12th 2021, 16:40 tyler.adam.lazenby how do I force the router to use that scope when I am trying to create links
# Jul 12th 2021, 16:39 slackebot2 'newUser']); // This one works but isn't automatically used by the link generator $this->Html->link() or by the Router::url() });```
# Jul 12th 2021, 16:39 tyler.adam.lazenby Question. I have a scope that I am trying to create. I have two actions so far. The problem is that only one of them gets automatically generated when using a link command. ```$builder->scope('/account', function (RouteBuilder $builder) { $builder->connect('/', ['controller' => 'Accounts', 'action' => 'userIndex']); // this one works $builder->connect('/new-user', ['controller' => 'Accounts', 'action' =>
# Jul 12th 2021, 16:15 richard @ndm thanks will look into it
# Jul 12th 2021, 16:08 tyler.adam.lazenby Sorry for any confusing changing my display name may cause right now, but I thought that I should just change my display name to match my github account.
# Jul 12th 2021, 16:06 ndm @richard Depends on your needs and your environment I guess... you may want to give a tool like percona monitoring a try.
# Jul 12th 2021, 16:05 tyler.adam.lazenby oh sorry I just googled that. That isn't a chat acronym that I have run across. I must be getting old.
# Jul 12th 2021, 16:05 tyler.adam.lazenby afaik?
# Jul 12th 2021, 16:04 dereuromark Submit was never intended for HTML afaik
# Jul 12th 2021, 16:04 tyler.adam.lazenby That is my work around for now
# Jul 12th 2021, 16:04 dereuromark Use button() instead.
# Jul 12th 2021, 16:00 tyler.adam.lazenby the escape and escapeTitle options are not working
# Jul 12th 2021, 16:00 tyler.adam.lazenby I would like to report a bug on the submit element on the Form helper
# Jul 12th 2021, 15:44 japerlman @ndm Thank you!
# Jul 12th 2021, 15:33 richard question not necessarily related to cake but will ask here for now in case someone happens to know, I have a sneaking suspicion that a cake app i put together is getting a lot of mysql requests during peak times, causing a lull in the mysql process, what is the best way to record/verify this and what is the best solution for this?
# Jul 12th 2021, 15:33 ndm @paolo.bragagni Why don't you iterate `associations`, which already has the keys that denote the type of association?
# Jul 12th 2021, 15:32 ndm @japerlman There's still a component that you can use for retrieving user data: `$this->Authentication->getIdentity()->get('user_id');` This is preferred over accessing the possible storage like the session, as it keeps your code separate from the used authentication method. https://book.cakephp.org/authentication/2/en/authentication-component.html https://book.cakephp.org/authentication/2/en/migration-from-the-authcomponent.html
# Jul 12th 2021, 15:06 japerlman if I look at just getRequest() it's there, just a matter of reading it properly, awesome, thanks for the help!
# Jul 12th 2021, 15:05 japerlman odd, it's like I don't have a session?
# Jul 12th 2021, 15:04 japerlman Call to a member function read() on null
# Jul 12th 2021, 14:40 conehead @japerlman try if you can get it via $this->getRequest()->getSession->read();
# Jul 12th 2021, 14:32 japerlman sorry that phrasing was awful, I just want to know how to read the user_id of the logged in user
# Jul 12th 2021, 14:32 japerlman Can anyone please tell me what is the new authentication middleware version of the old auth component of, not finding it on google somehow ```$uid = $this->Auth->User('user_id');```