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# Jul 20th 2021, 07:06 brandon Having issues with upgrading to 4.x. I am following the upgrade guide and I have gotten to the Rector portion. When I run the command `bin/cake upgrade rector --dry-run ../vintage-lib/src -v` (added `--dry-run` and `-v` to see if I get any output at all). This is what I get and it just hangs here: ```$ bin/cake upgrade rector --dry-run ../vintage-lib/src -v Detecting autoload file for /mnt/d/Programming/PHP/vintage-lib/src ->
# Jul 19th 2021, 19:38 kevin.pfeifer definitely handy when it comes to “heavier” tasks which can’t be done (quickly enough) inside a normal web request ;)
# Jul 19th 2021, 19:37 sebastiansperandio093 I will check it!
# Jul 19th 2021, 19:37 sebastiansperandio093 ohh I saw it before! thanks!
# Jul 19th 2021, 19:34 kevin.pfeifer I think you would definitely benefit from a queue system where you add your internal “process the payment updates” to an async background job while your main response delivers your 200. I would recommend https://github.com/dereuromark/cakephp-queue :P
# Jul 19th 2021, 19:30 dereuromark those sound like 2 different requests, which at least one of them is a async (queue background) task.
# Jul 19th 2021, 19:30 alamnaryab @greg138 :+1:
# Jul 19th 2021, 19:29 slackebot2 do your job (for example, update your db with the payment updates)
# Jul 19th 2021, 19:29 sebastiansperandio093 @kevin.pfeifer not exactly....they are just notifying me when a payment status is updated. So they asking me a notification URL to send 2 parameters....i.e: https://www.domain.com?topics=paymentsandid=123456 they have a retry process for these notifications. If you dont response 200 after 22 seconds (I know it is toooo time), they have a retry schedule. This is why they recommend that you respond 200 first and then
# Jul 19th 2021, 19:23 greg138 Then, `->contain(['StudentTransports.RouteStops.TransportRoutes'])` would give you what you're looking for?
# Jul 19th 2021, 19:22 alamnaryab yes
# Jul 19th 2021, 19:22 greg138 @alamnaryab, your RouteStops table is associated with both StudentTransports and TransportRoutes?
# Jul 19th 2021, 19:20 kevin.pfeifer @sebastiansperandio093 so your API requires a 200 (or 201) response as a “yea, got it, I’m working on it” and at a later point another 200 after its done? You can’t send 2 responses to 1 request, how should that work? I think you misunderstand the API documentation.
# Jul 19th 2021, 19:14 sebastiansperandio093 you could use "use"
# Jul 19th 2021, 19:12 slackebot2 StudentTransports.route_stop_id here //bcz without condition it is showing all records of RouteStops return $q->where(['RouteStops.id'=> /*????**/]); } ] )->first();``` or any other better way to get multi level nested contained queries
# Jul 19th 2021, 19:12 alamnaryab Hi is it possible to access proprty of parent Model in contained model ```$student = $this->Students->find() ->where(['Students.id' => $id]) ->contain( [ 'StudentTransports', 'StudentTransports.TransportRoutes', 'StudentTransports.TransportRoutes.RouteStops'=>function($q){ //can I access
# Jul 19th 2021, 19:10 sebastiansperandio093 I could omit this recommendations as a B plan
# Jul 19th 2021, 19:09 sebastiansperandio093 is an payment gateway API, and it is sending notifications about pending payments and it expects a 200 status code.
# Jul 19th 2021, 19:08 sebastiansperandio093 yes I totally agree about it is a bad design, but API documentation recommends send a response before working.
# Jul 19th 2021, 19:04 dereuromark you can (and should) return the response instead. And then maybe a afterFilter callback or middleware could still be applied. not sure. but either way, this sounds like a bad design.
# Jul 19th 2021, 18:58 kevin.pfeifer well what is the reason that it should actually happen after the response and not before?
# Jul 19th 2021, 18:55 sebastiansperandio093 response code should be 200 or 201
# Jul 19th 2021, 18:55 sebastiansperandio093 it doesnt work
# Jul 19th 2021, 18:55 sebastiansperandio093 ```$this->response = $this->response->withStatus(201); $this->response->send(); echo 'hello';exit;```
# Jul 19th 2021, 18:54 sebastiansperandio093 hello everyone, can I send a response 200 and continue processing php after sending it?
# Jul 19th 2021, 17:13 admad "Task failed successfully"
# Jul 19th 2021, 17:10 tyler.adam.lazenby I had just migrated from using users to reference contacts to accounts
# Jul 19th 2021, 17:10 tyler.adam.lazenby i found the issue
# Jul 19th 2021, 17:10 kevin.pfeifer because according to https://github.com/dereuromark/cakephp-queue/blob/c7f0386218387d7fd9dba2781449fcfbb984e59d/src/Queue/Processor.php#L206 you get that message in the worker if any exception is being thrown inside your task
# Jul 19th 2021, 17:10 tyler.adam.lazenby Gawwww
# Jul 19th 2021, 17:09 tyler.adam.lazenby I am importing data from a csv file into my database to create or update contacts
# Jul 19th 2021, 17:08 kevin.pfeifer can you maybe provide the content of your task you try to run with the worker?
# Jul 19th 2021, 17:04 tyler.adam.lazenby yes
# Jul 19th 2021, 17:03 kevin.pfeifer so your task can successfully be added to the queue but when the worker tries to process it you get "task did not finish" ?
# Jul 19th 2021, 17:02 tyler.adam.lazenby job did not finish
# Jul 19th 2021, 17:01 tyler.adam.lazenby looking into that
# Jul 19th 2021, 17:01 tyler.adam.lazenby now I am just getting "task did not finish"
# Jul 19th 2021, 17:01 tyler.adam.lazenby No
# Jul 19th 2021, 16:57 kevin.pfeifer did that fix your problem?
# Jul 19th 2021, 16:46 tyler.adam.lazenby thank you
# Jul 19th 2021, 16:43 tyler.adam.lazenby I will now