Julien44

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09 Apr
2 months ago

Julien44 left a reply on Pass Multiple Arguments To A Policy Method That Don't Require Models

Yes, thanks, another typo from my c/c. But it doesn't change anything, the error is talking about too few arguments passed to this function, so it isn't related to this method content.

Julien44 left a reply on Pass Multiple Arguments To A Policy Method That Don't Require Models

Oops, yes i made a typo while writing this. But it doesn't change anything, it keep throwing the same error.

Julien44 started a new conversation Pass Multiple Arguments To A Policy Method That Don't Require Models

Hi guys, How can i pass multiple arguments to policy authorization method that don't require models ? I tried to call the policy method in my FormRequest's authorize method like that :

    public function authorize()
    {
        return $this->user()->can('create', Signalement::class, Request::get('place_id'));
    }

And here is my Policy method :

    public function create(User $user, $placeId)
    {
        return $user->accounts->pluck('place_id')->contains($place_id);
    }

It throw me this error : "Too few arguments to function App\Policies\SignalementPolicy::create(), 1 passed and exactly 2 expected"

I know i could use the Request::get('place_id') directly in the create method, but i would prefer to pass is as an argument if possible Thanks !

21 Mar
2 months ago

Julien44 left a reply on Update Custom Pivot Model "SQLSTATE[HY093]: Invalid Parameter Number: Parameter Was Not Defined"

Yes right. I expected laravel to natively support this. Thanks you very much for you help !!

Julien44 left a reply on Update Custom Pivot Model "SQLSTATE[HY093]: Invalid Parameter Number: Parameter Was Not Defined"

Ok! Thanks for you response, i just figured out how to do it. I have to add this to my AccountEvent model.

protected $primaryKey = ['account_id', 'event_id'];
public $incrementing = false;

It would have been nice if I had just to add that but i also have to override some methods to use multiple primary keys :

    protected function setKeysForSaveQuery(Builder $query)
    {
        $keys = $this->getKeyName();
        if(!is_array($keys)){
            return parent::setKeysForSaveQuery($query);
        }

        foreach($keys as $keyName){
            $query->where($keyName, '=', $this->getKeyForSaveQuery($keyName));
        }

        return $query;
    }

    protected function getKeyForSaveQuery($keyName = null)
    {
        if(is_null($keyName)){
            $keyName = $this->getKeyName();
        }

        if (isset($this->original[$keyName])) {
            return $this->original[$keyName];
        }

        return $this->getAttribute($keyName);
    }

Any way to dont have to override these functions? It add much code.

Julien44 left a reply on Update Custom Pivot Model "SQLSTATE[HY093]: Invalid Parameter Number: Parameter Was Not Defined"

@ETTORE - Thanks for you response,

i know this method, but it isn't possible to update an existing row in my pivot table without passing by another model? In this case, if i want to update my AccountEvent model, is it mandatory to get a Event or Account model and then update the associated row in pivot table?

Julien44 started a new conversation Update Custom Pivot Model "SQLSTATE[HY093]: Invalid Parameter Number: Parameter Was Not Defined"

Hello, I'm using a custom pivot model named AccountEvent that contains "event_id" and "account_id", both referencing to another table. I would like to update an AccountEvent model but i get an error.

    public function update(Request $request, AccountEvent $accountEvent)
    {
        $accountEvent->fill($request->only([
            'type'
        ]));
        $accountEvent->save();

        return new AccountEventResource($accountEvent);
    }

here is the code i use to update my model, it result in this sql and this error :

"SQLSTATE[HY093]: Invalid parameter number: parameter was not defined (SQL: update "account_event" set "type" = interested where "" = fbd38129-e886-468a-8676-837060014853 and "" = 28081336-bd71-4d24-8d6e-92409bd4bde1)"

i tried to add an 'foreignKey' attribute in my AccountEvent model like so :

protected $foreignKey = 'event_id';

"SQLSTATE[HY093]: Invalid parameter number: parameter was not defined (SQL: update "account_event" set "type" = interested where "event_id" = 28081336-bd71-4d24-8d6e-92409bd4bde1 and "" = fbd38129-e886-468a-8676-837060014853)"

The first parameter is set, but i didn't find a way to set the second parameter ... How can i do it?