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<?php
/**
* @link http://www.yiiframework.com/
* @copyright Copyright (c) 2008 Yii Software LLC
* @license http://www.yiiframework.com/license/
*/
namespace yii\db;
use Yii;
use yii\base\InvalidArgumentException;
use yii\base\InvalidCallException;
use yii\base\InvalidConfigException;
use yii\base\InvalidParamException;
use yii\base\Model;
use yii\base\ModelEvent;
use yii\base\NotSupportedException;
use yii\base\UnknownMethodException;
use yii\helpers\ArrayHelper;
/**
* ActiveRecord is the base class for classes representing relational data in terms of objects.
*
* See [[\yii\db\ActiveRecord]] for a concrete implementation.
*
* @property array $dirtyAttributes The changed attribute values (name-value pairs). This property is
* read-only.
* @property bool $isNewRecord Whether the record is new and should be inserted when calling [[save()]].
* @property array $oldAttributes The old attribute values (name-value pairs). Note that the type of this
* property differs in getter and setter. See [[getOldAttributes()]] and [[setOldAttributes()]] for details.
* @property mixed $oldPrimaryKey The old primary key value. An array (column name => column value) is
* returned if the primary key is composite. A string is returned otherwise (null will be returned if the key
* value is null). This property is read-only.
* @property mixed $primaryKey The primary key value. An array (column name => column value) is returned if
* the primary key is composite. A string is returned otherwise (null will be returned if the key value is null).
* This property is read-only.
* @property array $relatedRecords An array of related records indexed by relation names. This property is
* read-only.
*
* @author Qiang Xue <qiang.xue@gmail.com>
* @author Carsten Brandt <mail@cebe.cc>
* @since 2.0
*/
abstract class BaseActiveRecord extends Model implements ActiveRecordInterface
{
/**
* @event Event an event that is triggered when the record is initialized via [[init()]].
*/
const EVENT_INIT = 'init';
/**
* @event Event an event that is triggered after the record is created and populated with query result.
*/
const EVENT_AFTER_FIND = 'afterFind';
/**
* @event ModelEvent an event that is triggered before inserting a record.
* You may set [[ModelEvent::isValid]] to be `false` to stop the insertion.
*/
const EVENT_BEFORE_INSERT = 'beforeInsert';
/**
* @event AfterSaveEvent an event that is triggered after a record is inserted.
*/
const EVENT_AFTER_INSERT = 'afterInsert';
/**
* @event ModelEvent an event that is triggered before updating a record.
* You may set [[ModelEvent::isValid]] to be `false` to stop the update.
*/
const EVENT_BEFORE_UPDATE = 'beforeUpdate';
/**
* @event AfterSaveEvent an event that is triggered after a record is updated.
*/
const EVENT_AFTER_UPDATE = 'afterUpdate';
/**
* @event ModelEvent an event that is triggered before deleting a record.
* You may set [[ModelEvent::isValid]] to be `false` to stop the deletion.
*/
const EVENT_BEFORE_DELETE = 'beforeDelete';
/**
* @event Event an event that is triggered after a record is deleted.
*/
const EVENT_AFTER_DELETE = 'afterDelete';
/**
* @event Event an event that is triggered after a record is refreshed.
* @since 2.0.8
*/
const EVENT_AFTER_REFRESH = 'afterRefresh';
/**
* @var array attribute values indexed by attribute names
*/
private $_attributes = [];
/**
* @var array|null old attribute values indexed by attribute names.
* This is `null` if the record [[isNewRecord|is new]].
*/
private $_oldAttributes;
/**
* @var array related models indexed by the relation names
*/
private $_related = [];
/**
* @var array relation names indexed by their link attributes
*/
private $_relationsDependencies = [];
/**
* {@inheritdoc}
* @return static|null ActiveRecord instance matching the condition, or `null` if nothing matches.
*/
public static function findOne($condition)
{
return static::findByCondition($condition)->one();
}
/**
* {@inheritdoc}
* @return static[] an array of ActiveRecord instances, or an empty array if nothing matches.
*/
public static function findAll($condition)
{
return static::findByCondition($condition)->all();
}
/**
* Finds ActiveRecord instance(s) by the given condition.
* This method is internally called by [[findOne()]] and [[findAll()]].
* @param mixed $condition please refer to [[findOne()]] for the explanation of this parameter
* @return ActiveQueryInterface the newly created [[ActiveQueryInterface|ActiveQuery]] instance.
* @throws InvalidConfigException if there is no primary key defined
* @internal
*/
protected static function findByCondition($condition)
{
$query = static::find();
if (!ArrayHelper::isAssociative($condition)) {
// query by primary key
$primaryKey = static::primaryKey();
if (isset($primaryKey[0])) {
// if condition is scalar, search for a single primary key, if it is array, search for multiple primary key values
$condition = [$primaryKey[0] => is_array($condition) ? array_values($condition) : $condition];
} else {
throw new InvalidConfigException('"' . get_called_class() . '" must have a primary key.');
}
}
return $query->andWhere($condition);
}
/**
* Updates the whole table using the provided attribute values and conditions.
*
* For example, to change the status to be 1 for all customers whose status is 2:
*
* ```php
* Customer::updateAll(['status' => 1], 'status = 2');
* ```
*
* @param array $attributes attribute values (name-value pairs) to be saved into the table
* @param string|array $condition the conditions that will be put in the WHERE part of the UPDATE SQL.
* Please refer to [[Query::where()]] on how to specify this parameter.
* @return int the number of rows updated
* @throws NotSupportedException if not overridden
*/
public static function updateAll($attributes, $condition = '')
{
throw new NotSupportedException(__METHOD__ . ' is not supported.');
}
/**
* Updates the whole table using the provided counter changes and conditions.
*
* For example, to increment all customers' age by 1,
*
* ```php
* Customer::updateAllCounters(['age' => 1]);
* ```
*
* @param array $counters the counters to be updated (attribute name => increment value).
* Use negative values if you want to decrement the counters.
* @param string|array $condition the conditions that will be put in the WHERE part of the UPDATE SQL.
* Please refer to [[Query::where()]] on how to specify this parameter.
* @return int the number of rows updated
* @throws NotSupportedException if not overrided
*/
public static function updateAllCounters($counters, $condition = '')
{
throw new NotSupportedException(__METHOD__ . ' is not supported.');
}
/**
* Deletes rows in the table using the provided conditions.
* WARNING: If you do not specify any condition, this method will delete ALL rows in the table.
*
* For example, to delete all customers whose status is 3:
*
* ```php
* Customer::deleteAll('status = 3');
* ```
*
* @param string|array $condition the conditions that will be put in the WHERE part of the DELETE SQL.
* Please refer to [[Query::where()]] on how to specify this parameter.
* @return int the number of rows deleted
* @throws NotSupportedException if not overridden.
*/
public static function deleteAll($condition = null)
{
throw new NotSupportedException(__METHOD__ . ' is not supported.');
}
/**
* Returns the name of the column that stores the lock version for implementing optimistic locking.
*
* Optimistic locking allows multiple users to access the same record for edits and avoids
* potential conflicts. In case when a user attempts to save the record upon some staled data
* (because another user has modified the data), a [[StaleObjectException]] exception will be thrown,
* and the update or deletion is skipped.
*
* Optimistic locking is only supported by [[update()]] and [[delete()]].
*
* To use Optimistic locking:
*
* 1. Create a column to store the version number of each row. The column type should be `BIGINT DEFAULT 0`.
* Override this method to return the name of this column.
* 2. Ensure the version value is submitted and loaded to your model before any update or delete.
* Or add [[\yii\behaviors\OptimisticLockBehavior|OptimisticLockBehavior]] to your model
* class in order to automate the process.
* 3. In the Web form that collects the user input, add a hidden field that stores
* the lock version of the recording being updated.
* 4. In the controller action that does the data updating, try to catch the [[StaleObjectException]]
* and implement necessary business logic (e.g. merging the changes, prompting stated data)
* to resolve the conflict.
*
* @return string the column name that stores the lock version of a table row.
* If `null` is returned (default implemented), optimistic locking will not be supported.
*/
public function optimisticLock()
{
return null;
}
/**
* {@inheritdoc}
*/
public function canGetProperty($name, $checkVars = true, $checkBehaviors = true)
{
if (parent::canGetProperty($name, $checkVars, $checkBehaviors)) {
return true;
}
try {
return $this->hasAttribute($name);
} catch (\Exception $e) {
// `hasAttribute()` may fail on base/abstract classes in case automatic attribute list fetching used
return false;
}
}
/**
* {@inheritdoc}
*/
public function canSetProperty($name, $checkVars = true, $checkBehaviors = true)
{
if (parent::canSetProperty($name, $checkVars, $checkBehaviors)) {
return true;
}
try {
return $this->hasAttribute($name);
} catch (\Exception $e) {
// `hasAttribute()` may fail on base/abstract classes in case automatic attribute list fetching used
return false;
}
}
/**
* PHP getter magic method.
* This method is overridden so that attributes and related objects can be accessed like properties.
*
* @param string $name property name
* @throws InvalidArgumentException if relation name is wrong
* @return mixed property value
* @see getAttribute()
*/
public function __get($name)
{
if (isset($this->_attributes[$name]) || array_key_exists($name, $this->_attributes)) {
return $this->_attributes[$name];
}
if ($this->hasAttribute($name)) {
return null;
}
if (isset($this->_related[$name]) || array_key_exists($name, $this->_related)) {
return $this->_related[$name];
}
$value = parent::__get($name);
if ($value instanceof ActiveQueryInterface) {
$this->setRelationDependencies($name, $value);
return $this->_related[$name] = $value->findFor($name, $this);
}
return $value;
}
/**
* PHP setter magic method.
* This method is overridden so that AR attributes can be accessed like properties.
* @param string $name property name
* @param mixed $value property value
*/
public function __set($name, $value)
{
if ($this->hasAttribute($name)) {
if (
!empty($this->_relationsDependencies[$name])
&& (!array_key_exists($name, $this->_attributes) || $this->_attributes[$name] !== $value)
) {
$this->resetDependentRelations($name);
}
$this->_attributes[$name] = $value;
} else {
parent::__set($name, $value);
}
}
/**
* Checks if a property value is null.
* This method overrides the parent implementation by checking if the named attribute is `null` or not.
* @param string $name the property name or the event name
* @return bool whether the property value is null
*/
public function __isset($name)
{
try {
return $this->__get($name) !== null;
} catch (\Throwable $t) {
return false;
} catch (\Exception $e) {
return false;
}
}
/**
* Sets a component property to be null.
* This method overrides the parent implementation by clearing
* the specified attribute value.
* @param string $name the property name or the event name
*/
public function __unset($name)
{
if ($this->hasAttribute($name)) {
unset($this->_attributes[$name]);
if (!empty($this->_relationsDependencies[$name])) {
$this->resetDependentRelations($name);
}
} elseif (array_key_exists($name, $this->_related)) {
unset($this->_related[$name]);
} elseif ($this->getRelation($name, false) === null) {
parent::__unset($name);
}
}
/**
* Declares a `has-one` relation.
* The declaration is returned in terms of a relational [[ActiveQuery]] instance
* through which the related record can be queried and retrieved back.
*
* A `has-one` relation means that there is at most one related record matching
* the criteria set by this relation, e.g., a customer has one country.
*
* For example, to declare the `country` relation for `Customer` class, we can write
* the following code in the `Customer` class:
*
* ```php
* public function getCountry()
* {
* return $this->hasOne(Country::className(), ['id' => 'country_id']);
* }
* ```
*
* Note that in the above, the 'id' key in the `$link` parameter refers to an attribute name
* in the related class `Country`, while the 'country_id' value refers to an attribute name
* in the current AR class.
*
* Call methods declared in [[ActiveQuery]] to further customize the relation.
*
* @param string $class the class name of the related record
* @param array $link the primary-foreign key constraint. The keys of the array refer to
* the attributes of the record associated with the `$class` model, while the values of the
* array refer to the corresponding attributes in **this** AR class.
* @return ActiveQueryInterface the relational query object.
*/
public function hasOne($class, $link)
{
return $this->createRelationQuery($class, $link, false);
}
/**
* Declares a `has-many` relation.
* The declaration is returned in terms of a relational [[ActiveQuery]] instance
* through which the related record can be queried and retrieved back.
*
* A `has-many` relation means that there are multiple related records matching
* the criteria set by this relation, e.g., a customer has many orders.
*
* For example, to declare the `orders` relation for `Customer` class, we can write
* the following code in the `Customer` class:
*
* ```php
* public function getOrders()
* {
* return $this->hasMany(Order::className(), ['customer_id' => 'id']);
* }
* ```
*
* Note that in the above, the 'customer_id' key in the `$link` parameter refers to
* an attribute name in the related class `Order`, while the 'id' value refers to
* an attribute name in the current AR class.
*
* Call methods declared in [[ActiveQuery]] to further customize the relation.
*
* @param string $class the class name of the related record
* @param array $link the primary-foreign key constraint. The keys of the array refer to
* the attributes of the record associated with the `$class` model, while the values of the
* array refer to the corresponding attributes in **this** AR class.
* @return ActiveQueryInterface the relational query object.
*/
public function hasMany($class, $link)
{
return $this->createRelationQuery($class, $link, true);
}
/**
* Creates a query instance for `has-one` or `has-many` relation.
* @param string $class the class name of the related record.
* @param array $link the primary-foreign key constraint.
* @param bool $multiple whether this query represents a relation to more than one record.
* @return ActiveQueryInterface the relational query object.
* @since 2.0.12
* @see hasOne()
* @see hasMany()
*/
protected function createRelationQuery($class, $link, $multiple)
{
/* @var $class ActiveRecordInterface */
/* @var $query ActiveQuery */
$query = $class::find();
$query->primaryModel = $this;
$query->link = $link;
$query->multiple = $multiple;
return $query;
}
/**
* Populates the named relation with the related records.
* Note that this method does not check if the relation exists or not.
* @param string $name the relation name, e.g. `orders` for a relation defined via `getOrders()` method (case-sensitive).
* @param ActiveRecordInterface|array|null $records the related records to be populated into the relation.
* @see getRelation()
*/
public function populateRelation($name, $records)
{
foreach ($this->_relationsDependencies as &$relationNames) {
unset($relationNames[$name]);
}
$this->_related[$name] = $records;
}
/**
* Check whether the named relation has been populated with records.
* @param string $name the relation name, e.g. `orders` for a relation defined via `getOrders()` method (case-sensitive).
* @return bool whether relation has been populated with records.
* @see getRelation()
*/
public function isRelationPopulated($name)
{
return array_key_exists($name, $this->_related);
}
/**
* Returns all populated related records.
* @return array an array of related records indexed by relation names.
* @see getRelation()
*/
public function getRelatedRecords()
{
return $this->_related;
}
/**
* Returns a value indicating whether the model has an attribute with the specified name.
* @param string $name the name of the attribute
* @return bool whether the model has an attribute with the specified name.
*/
public function hasAttribute($name)
{
return isset($this->_attributes[$name]) || in_array($name, $this->attributes(), true);
}
/**
* Returns the named attribute value.
* If this record is the result of a query and the attribute is not loaded,
* `null` will be returned.
* @param string $name the attribute name
* @return mixed the attribute value. `null` if the attribute is not set or does not exist.
* @see hasAttribute()
*/
public function getAttribute($name)
{
return isset($this->_attributes[$name]) ? $this->_attributes[$name] : null;
}
/**
* Sets the named attribute value.
* @param string $name the attribute name
* @param mixed $value the attribute value.
* @throws InvalidArgumentException if the named attribute does not exist.
* @see hasAttribute()
*/
public function setAttribute($name, $value)
{
if ($this->hasAttribute($name)) {
if (
!empty($this->_relationsDependencies[$name])
&& (!array_key_exists($name, $this->_attributes) || $this->_attributes[$name] !== $value)
) {
$this->resetDependentRelations($name);
}
$this->_attributes[$name] = $value;
} else {
throw new InvalidArgumentException(get_class($this) . ' has no attribute named "' . $name . '".');
}
}
/**
* Returns the old attribute values.
* @return array the old attribute values (name-value pairs)
*/
public function getOldAttributes()
{
return $this->_oldAttributes === null ? [] : $this->_oldAttributes;
}
/**
* Sets the old attribute values.
* All existing old attribute values will be discarded.
* @param array|null $values old attribute values to be set.
* If set to `null` this record is considered to be [[isNewRecord|new]].
*/
public function setOldAttributes($values)
{
$this->_oldAttributes = $values;
}
/**
* Returns the old value of the named attribute.
* If this record is the result of a query and the attribute is not loaded,
* `null` will be returned.
* @param string $name the attribute name
* @return mixed the old attribute value. `null` if the attribute is not loaded before
* or does not exist.
* @see hasAttribute()
*/
public function getOldAttribute($name)
{
return isset($this->_oldAttributes[$name]) ? $this->_oldAttributes[$name] : null;
}
/**
* Sets the old value of the named attribute.
* @param string $name the attribute name
* @param mixed $value the old attribute value.
* @throws InvalidArgumentException if the named attribute does not exist.
* @see hasAttribute()
*/
public function setOldAttribute($name, $value)
{
if (isset($this->_oldAttributes[$name]) || $this->hasAttribute($name)) {
$this->_oldAttributes[$name] = $value;
} else {
throw new InvalidArgumentException(get_class($this) . ' has no attribute named "' . $name . '".');
}
}
/**
* Marks an attribute dirty.
* This method may be called to force updating a record when calling [[update()]],
* even if there is no change being made to the record.
* @param string $name the attribute name
*/
public function markAttributeDirty($name)
{
unset($this->_oldAttributes[$name]);
}
/**
* Returns a value indicating whether the named attribute has been changed.
* @param string $name the name of the attribute.
* @param bool $identical whether the comparison of new and old value is made for
* identical values using `===`, defaults to `true`. Otherwise `==` is used for comparison.
* This parameter is available since version 2.0.4.
* @return bool whether the attribute has been changed
*/
public function isAttributeChanged($name, $identical = true)
{
if (isset($this->_attributes[$name], $this->_oldAttributes[$name])) {
if ($identical) {
return $this->_attributes[$name] !== $this->_oldAttributes[$name];
}
return $this->_attributes[$name] != $this->_oldAttributes[$name];
}
return isset($this->_attributes[$name]) || isset($this->_oldAttributes[$name]);
}
/**
* Returns the attribute values that have been modified since they are loaded or saved most recently.
*
* The comparison of new and old values is made for identical values using `===`.
*
* @param string[]|null $names the names of the attributes whose values may be returned if they are
* changed recently. If null, [[attributes()]] will be used.
* @return array the changed attribute values (name-value pairs)
*/
public function getDirtyAttributes($names = null)
{
if ($names === null) {
$names = $this->attributes();
}
$names = array_flip($names);
$attributes = [];
if ($this->_oldAttributes === null) {
foreach ($this->_attributes as $name => $value) {
if (isset($names[$name])) {
$attributes[$name] = $value;
}
}
} else {
foreach ($this->_attributes as $name => $value) {
if (isset($names[$name]) && (!array_key_exists($name, $this->_oldAttributes) || $value !== $this->_oldAttributes[$name])) {
$attributes[$name] = $value;
}
}
}
return $attributes;
}
/**
* Saves the current record.
*
* This method will call [[insert()]] when [[isNewRecord]] is `true`, or [[update()]]
* when [[isNewRecord]] is `false`.
*
* For example, to save a customer record:
*
* ```php
* $customer = new Customer; // or $customer = Customer::findOne($id);
* $customer->name = $name;
* $customer->email = $email;
* $customer->save();
* ```
*
* @param bool $runValidation whether to perform validation (calling [[validate()]])
* before saving the record. Defaults to `true`. If the validation fails, the record
* will not be saved to the database and this method will return `false`.
* @param array $attributeNames list of attribute names that need to be saved. Defaults to null,
* meaning all attributes that are loaded from DB will be saved.
* @return bool whether the saving succeeded (i.e. no validation errors occurred).
*/
public function save($runValidation = true, $attributeNames = null)
{
if ($this->getIsNewRecord()) {
return $this->insert($runValidation, $attributeNames);
}
return $this->update($runValidation, $attributeNames) !== false;
}
/**
* Saves the changes to this active record into the associated database table.
*
* This method performs the following steps in order:
*
* 1. call [[beforeValidate()]] when `$runValidation` is `true`. If [[beforeValidate()]]
* returns `false`, the rest of the steps will be skipped;
* 2. call [[afterValidate()]] when `$runValidation` is `true`. If validation
* failed, the rest of the steps will be skipped;
* 3. call [[beforeSave()]]. If [[beforeSave()]] returns `false`,
* the rest of the steps will be skipped;
* 4. save the record into database. If this fails, it will skip the rest of the steps;
* 5. call [[afterSave()]];
*
* In the above step 1, 2, 3 and 5, events [[EVENT_BEFORE_VALIDATE]],
* [[EVENT_AFTER_VALIDATE]], [[EVENT_BEFORE_UPDATE]], and [[EVENT_AFTER_UPDATE]]
* will be raised by the corresponding methods.
*
* Only the [[dirtyAttributes|changed attribute values]] will be saved into database.
*
* For example, to update a customer record:
*
* ```php
* $customer = Customer::findOne($id);
* $customer->name = $name;
* $customer->email = $email;
* $customer->update();
* ```
*
* Note that it is possible the update does not affect any row in the table.
* In this case, this method will return 0. For this reason, you should use the following
* code to check if update() is successful or not:
*
* ```php
* if ($customer->update() !== false) {
* // update successful
* } else {
* // update failed
* }
* ```
*
* @param bool $runValidation whether to perform validation (calling [[validate()]])
* before saving the record. Defaults to `true`. If the validation fails, the record
* will not be saved to the database and this method will return `false`.
* @param array $attributeNames list of attribute names that need to be saved. Defaults to null,
* meaning all attributes that are loaded from DB will be saved.
* @return int|false the number of rows affected, or `false` if validation fails
* or [[beforeSave()]] stops the updating process.
* @throws StaleObjectException if [[optimisticLock|optimistic locking]] is enabled and the data
* being updated is outdated.
* @throws Exception in case update failed.
*/
public function update($runValidation = true, $attributeNames = null)
{
if ($runValidation && !$this->validate($attributeNames)) {
return false;
}
return $this->updateInternal($attributeNames);
}
/**
* Updates the specified attributes.
*
* This method is a shortcut to [[update()]] when data validation is not needed
* and only a small set attributes need to be updated.
*
* You may specify the attributes to be updated as name list or name-value pairs.
* If the latter, the corresponding attribute values will be modified accordingly.
* The method will then save the specified attributes into database.
*
* Note that this method will **not** perform data validation and will **not** trigger events.
*
* @param array $attributes the attributes (names or name-value pairs) to be updated
* @return int the number of rows affected.
*/
public function updateAttributes($attributes)
{
$attrs = [];
foreach ($attributes as $name => $value) {
if (is_int($name)) {
$attrs[] = $value;
} else {
$this->$name = $value;
$attrs[] = $name;
}
}
$values = $this->getDirtyAttributes($attrs);
if (empty($values) || $this->getIsNewRecord()) {
return 0;
}
$rows = static::updateAll($values, $this->getOldPrimaryKey(true));
foreach ($values as $name => $value) {
$this->_oldAttributes[$name] = $this->_attributes[$name];
}
return $rows;
}
/**
* @see update()
* @param array $attributes attributes to update
* @return int|false the number of rows affected, or false if [[beforeSave()]] stops the updating process.
* @throws StaleObjectException
*/
protected function updateInternal($attributes = null)
{
if (!$this->beforeSave(false)) {
return false;
}
$values = $this->getDirtyAttributes($attributes);
if (empty($values)) {
$this->afterSave(false, $values);
return 0;
}
$condition = $this->getOldPrimaryKey(true);
$lock = $this->optimisticLock();
if ($lock !== null) {
$values[$lock] = $this->$lock + 1;
$condition[$lock] = $this->$lock;
}
// We do not check the return value of updateAll() because it's possible
// that the UPDATE statement doesn't change anything and thus returns 0.
$rows = static::updateAll($values, $condition);
if ($lock !== null && !$rows) {
throw new StaleObjectException('The object being updated is outdated.');
}
if (isset($values[$lock])) {
$this->$lock = $values[$lock];
}
$changedAttributes = [];
foreach ($values as $name => $value) {
$changedAttributes[$name] = isset($this->_oldAttributes[$name]) ? $this->_oldAttributes[$name] : null;
$this->_oldAttributes[$name] = $value;
}
$this->afterSave(false, $changedAttributes);
return $rows;
}
/**
* Updates one or several counter columns for the current AR object.
* Note that this method differs from [[updateAllCounters()]] in that it only
* saves counters for the current AR object.
*
* An example usage is as follows:
*
* ```php
* $post = Post::findOne($id);
* $post->updateCounters(['view_count' => 1]);
* ```
*
* @param array $counters the counters to be updated (attribute name => increment value)
* Use negative values if you want to decrement the counters.
* @return bool whether the saving is successful
* @see updateAllCounters()
*/
public function updateCounters($counters)
{
if (static::updateAllCounters($counters, $this->getOldPrimaryKey(true)) > 0) {
foreach ($counters as $name => $value) {
if (!isset($this->_attributes[$name])) {
$this->_attributes[$name] = $value;
} else {
$this->_attributes[$name] += $value;
}
$this->_oldAttributes[$name] = $this->_attributes[$name];
}
return true;
}
return false;
}
/**
* Deletes the table row corresponding to this active record.
*
* This method performs the following steps in order:
*
* 1. call [[beforeDelete()]]. If the method returns `false`, it will skip the
* rest of the steps;
* 2. delete the record from the database;
* 3. call [[afterDelete()]].
*
* In the above step 1 and 3, events named [[EVENT_BEFORE_DELETE]] and [[EVENT_AFTER_DELETE]]
* will be raised by the corresponding methods.
*
* @return int|false the number of rows deleted, or `false` if the deletion is unsuccessful for some reason.
* Note that it is possible the number of rows deleted is 0, even though the deletion execution is successful.
* @throws StaleObjectException if [[optimisticLock|optimistic locking]] is enabled and the data
* being deleted is outdated.
* @throws Exception in case delete failed.
*/
public function delete()
{
$result = false;
if ($this->beforeDelete()) {
// we do not check the return value of deleteAll() because it's possible
// the record is already deleted in the database and thus the method will return 0
$condition = $this->getOldPrimaryKey(true);
$lock = $this->optimisticLock();
if ($lock !== null) {
$condition[$lock] = $this->$lock;
}
$result = static::deleteAll($condition);
if ($lock !== null && !$result) {
throw new StaleObjectException('The object being deleted is outdated.');
}
$this->_oldAttributes = null;
$this->afterDelete();
}
return $result;
}
/**
* Returns a value indicating whether the current record is new.
* @return bool whether the record is new and should be inserted when calling [[save()]].
*/
public function getIsNewRecord()
{
return $this->_oldAttributes === null;
}
/**
* Sets the value indicating whether the record is new.
* @param bool $value whether the record is new and should be inserted when calling [[save()]].
* @see getIsNewRecord()
*/
public function setIsNewRecord($value)
{
$this->_oldAttributes = $value ? null : $this->_attributes;
}
/**
* Initializes the object.
* This method is called at the end of the constructor.
* The default implementation will trigger an [[EVENT_INIT]] event.
*/
public function init()
{
parent::init();
$this->trigger(self::EVENT_INIT);
}
/**
* This method is called when the AR object is created and populated with the query result.
* The default implementation will trigger an [[EVENT_AFTER_FIND]] event.
* When overriding this method, make sure you call the parent implementation to ensure the
* event is triggered.
*/
public function afterFind()
{
$this->trigger(self::EVENT_AFTER_FIND);
}
/**
* This method is called at the beginning of inserting or updating a record.
*
* The default implementation will trigger an [[EVENT_BEFORE_INSERT]] event when `$insert` is `true`,
* or an [[EVENT_BEFORE_UPDATE]] event if `$insert` is `false`.
* When overriding this method, make sure you call the parent implementation like the following:
*
* ```php
* public function beforeSave($insert)
* {
* if (!parent::beforeSave($insert)) {
* return false;
* }
*
* // ...custom code here...
* return true;
* }
* ```
*
* @param bool $insert whether this method called while inserting a record.
* If `false`, it means the method is called while updating a record.
* @return bool whether the insertion or updating should continue.
* If `false`, the insertion or updating will be cancelled.
*/
public function beforeSave($insert)
{
$event = new ModelEvent();
$this->trigger($insert ? self::EVENT_BEFORE_INSERT : self::EVENT_BEFORE_UPDATE, $event);
return $event->isValid;
}
/**
* This method is called at the end of inserting or updating a record.
* The default implementation will trigger an [[EVENT_AFTER_INSERT]] event when `$insert` is `true`,
* or an [[EVENT_AFTER_UPDATE]] event if `$insert` is `false`. The event class used is [[AfterSaveEvent]].
* When overriding this method, make sure you call the parent implementation so that
* the event is triggered.
* @param bool $insert whether this method called while inserting a record.
* If `false`, it means the method is called while updating a record.
* @param array $changedAttributes The old values of attributes that had changed and were saved.
* You can use this parameter to take action based on the changes made for example send an email
* when the password had changed or implement audit trail that tracks all the changes.
* `$changedAttributes` gives you the old attribute values while the active record (`$this`) has
* already the new, updated values.
*
* Note that no automatic type conversion performed by default. You may use
* [[\yii\behaviors\AttributeTypecastBehavior]] to facilitate attribute typecasting.
* See http://www.yiiframework.com/doc-2.0/guide-db-active-record.html#attributes-typecasting.
*/
public function afterSave($insert, $changedAttributes)
{
$this->trigger($insert ? self::EVENT_AFTER_INSERT : self::EVENT_AFTER_UPDATE, new AfterSaveEvent([
'changedAttributes' => $changedAttributes,
]));
}
/**
* This method is invoked before deleting a record.
*
* The default implementation raises the [[EVENT_BEFORE_DELETE]] event.
* When overriding this method, make sure you call the parent implementation like the following:
*
* ```php
* public function beforeDelete()
* {
* if (!parent::beforeDelete()) {
* return false;
* }
*
* // ...custom code here...
* return true;
* }
* ```
*
* @return bool whether the record should be deleted. Defaults to `true`.
*/
public function beforeDelete()
{
$event = new ModelEvent();
$this->trigger(self::EVENT_BEFORE_DELETE, $event);
return $event->isValid;
}
/**
* This method is invoked after deleting a record.
* The default implementation raises the [[EVENT_AFTER_DELETE]] event.
* You may override this method to do postprocessing after the record is deleted.
* Make sure you call the parent implementation so that the event is raised properly.
*/
public function afterDelete()
{
$this->trigger(self::EVENT_AFTER_DELETE);
}
/**
* Repopulates this active record with the latest data.
*
* If the refresh is successful, an [[EVENT_AFTER_REFRESH]] event will be triggered.
* This event is available since version 2.0.8.
*
* @return bool whether the row still exists in the database. If `true`, the latest data
* will be populated to this active record. Otherwise, this record will remain unchanged.
*/
public function refresh()
{
/* @var $record BaseActiveRecord */
$record = static::findOne($this->getPrimaryKey(true));
return $this->refreshInternal($record);
}
/**
* Repopulates this active record with the latest data from a newly fetched instance.
* @param BaseActiveRecord $record the record to take attributes from.
* @return bool whether refresh was successful.
* @see refresh()
* @since 2.0.13
*/
protected function refreshInternal($record)
{
if ($record === null) {
return false;
}
foreach ($this->attributes() as $name) {
$this->_attributes[$name] = isset($record->_attributes[$name]) ? $record->_attributes[$name] : null;
}
$this->_oldAttributes = $record->_oldAttributes;
$this->_related = [];
$this->_relationsDependencies = [];
$this->afterRefresh();
return true;
}
/**
* This method is called when the AR object is refreshed.
* The default implementation will trigger an [[EVENT_AFTER_REFRESH]] event.
* When overriding this method, make sure you call the parent implementation to ensure the
* event is triggered.
* @since 2.0.8
*/
public function afterRefresh()
{
$this->trigger(self::EVENT_AFTER_REFRESH);
}
/**
* Returns a value indicating whether the given active record is the same as the current one.
* The comparison is made by comparing the table names and the primary key values of the two active records.
* If one of the records [[isNewRecord|is new]] they are also considered not equal.
* @param ActiveRecordInterface $record record to compare to
* @return bool whether the two active records refer to the same row in the same database table.
*/
public function equals($record)
{
if ($this->getIsNewRecord() || $record->getIsNewRecord()) {
return false;
}
return get_class($this) === get_class($record) && $this->getPrimaryKey() === $record->getPrimaryKey();
}
/**
* Returns the primary key value(s).
* @param bool $asArray whether to return the primary key value as an array. If `true`,
* the return value will be an array with column names as keys and column values as values.
* Note that for composite primary keys, an array will always be returned regardless of this parameter value.
* @property mixed The primary key value. An array (column name => column value) is returned if
* the primary key is composite. A string is returned otherwise (null will be returned if
* the key value is null).
* @return mixed the primary key value. An array (column name => column value) is returned if the primary key
* is composite or `$asArray` is `true`. A string is returned otherwise (null will be returned if
* the key value is null).
*/
public function getPrimaryKey($asArray = false)
{
$keys = $this->primaryKey();
if (!$asArray && count($keys) === 1) {
return isset($this->_attributes[$keys[0]]) ? $this->_attributes[$keys[0]] : null;
}
$values = [];
foreach ($keys as $name) {
$values[$name] = isset($this->_attributes[$name]) ? $this->_attributes[$name] : null;
}
return $values;
}
/**
* Returns the old primary key value(s).
* This refers to the primary key value that is populated into the record
* after executing a find method (e.g. find(), findOne()).
* The value remains unchanged even if the primary key attribute is manually assigned with a different value.
* @param bool $asArray whether to return the primary key value as an array. If `true`,
* the return value will be an array with column name as key and column value as value.
* If this is `false` (default), a scalar value will be returned for non-composite primary key.
* @property mixed The old primary key value. An array (column name => column value) is
* returned if the primary key is composite. A string is returned otherwise (null will be
* returned if the key value is null).
* @return mixed the old primary key value. An array (column name => column value) is returned if the primary key
* is composite or `$asArray` is `true`. A string is returned otherwise (null will be returned if
* the key value is null).
* @throws Exception if the AR model does not have a primary key
*/
public function getOldPrimaryKey($asArray = false)
{
$keys = $this->primaryKey();
if (empty($keys)) {
throw new Exception(get_class($this) . ' does not have a primary key. You should either define a primary key for the corresponding table or override the primaryKey() method.');
}
if (!$asArray && count($keys) === 1) {
return isset($this->_oldAttributes[$keys[0]]) ? $this->_oldAttributes[$keys[0]] : null;
}
$values = [];
foreach ($keys as $name) {
$values[$name] = isset($this->_oldAttributes[$name]) ? $this->_oldAttributes[$name] : null;
}
return $values;
}
/**
* Populates an active record object using a row of data from the database/storage.
*
* This is an internal method meant to be called to create active record objects after
* fetching data from the database. It is mainly used by [[ActiveQuery]] to populate
* the query results into active records.
*
* When calling this method manually you should call [[afterFind()]] on the created
* record to trigger the [[EVENT_AFTER_FIND|afterFind Event]].
*
* @param BaseActiveRecord $record the record to be populated. In most cases this will be an instance
* created by [[instantiate()]] beforehand.
* @param array $row attribute values (name => value)
*/
public static function populateRecord($record, $row)
{
$columns = array_flip($record->attributes());
foreach ($row as $name => $value) {
if (isset($columns[$name])) {
$record->_attributes[$name] = $value;
} elseif ($record->canSetProperty($name)) {
$record->$name = $value;
}
}
$record->_oldAttributes = $record->_attributes;
$record->_related = [];
$record->_relationsDependencies = [];
}
/**
* Creates an active record instance.
*
* This method is called together with [[populateRecord()]] by [[ActiveQuery]].
* It is not meant to be used for creating new records directly.
*
* You may override this method if the instance being created
* depends on the row data to be populated into the record.
* For example, by creating a record based on the value of a column,
* you may implement the so-called single-table inheritance mapping.
* @param array $row row data to be populated into the record.
* @return static the newly created active record
*/
public static function instantiate($row)
{
return new static();
}
/**
* Returns whether there is an element at the specified offset.
* This method is required by the interface [[\ArrayAccess]].
* @param mixed $offset the offset to check on
* @return bool whether there is an element at the specified offset.
*/
public function offsetExists($offset)
{
return $this->__isset($offset);
}
/**
* Returns the relation object with the specified name.
* A relation is defined by a getter method which returns an [[ActiveQueryInterface]] object.
* It can be declared in either the Active Record class itself or one of its behaviors.
* @param string $name the relation name, e.g. `orders` for a relation defined via `getOrders()` method (case-sensitive).
* @param bool $throwException whether to throw exception if the relation does not exist.
* @return ActiveQueryInterface|ActiveQuery the relational query object. If the relation does not exist
* and `$throwException` is `false`, `null` will be returned.
* @throws InvalidArgumentException if the named relation does not exist.
*/
public function getRelation($name, $throwException = true)
{
$getter = 'get' . $name;
try {
// the relation could be defined in a behavior
$relation = $this->$getter();
} catch (UnknownMethodException $e) {
if ($throwException) {
throw new InvalidArgumentException(get_class($this) . ' has no relation named "' . $name . '".', 0, $e);
}
return null;
}
if (!$relation instanceof ActiveQueryInterface) {
if ($throwException) {
throw new InvalidArgumentException(get_class($this) . ' has no relation named "' . $name . '".');
}
return null;
}
if (method_exists($this, $getter)) {
// relation name is case sensitive, trying to validate it when the relation is defined within this class
$method = new \ReflectionMethod($this, $getter);
$realName = lcfirst(substr($method->getName(), 3));
if ($realName !== $name) {
if ($throwException) {
throw new InvalidArgumentException('Relation names are case sensitive. ' . get_class($this) . " has a relation named \"$realName\" instead of \"$name\".");
}
return null;
}
}
return $relation;
}
/**
* Establishes the relationship between two models.
*
* The relationship is established by setting the foreign key value(s) in one model
* to be the corresponding primary key value(s) in the other model.
* The model with the foreign key will be saved into database without performing validation.
*
* If the relationship involves a junction table, a new row will be inserted into the
* junction table which contains the primary key values from both models.
*
* Note that this method requires that the primary key value is not null.
*
* @param string $name the case sensitive name of the relationship, e.g. `orders` for a relation defined via `getOrders()` method.
* @param ActiveRecordInterface $model the model to be linked with the current one.
* @param array $extraColumns additional column values to be saved into the junction table.
* This parameter is only meaningful for a relationship involving a junction table
* (i.e., a relation set with [[ActiveRelationTrait::via()]] or [[ActiveQuery::viaTable()]].)
* @throws InvalidCallException if the method is unable to link two models.
*/
public function link($name, $model, $extraColumns = [])
{
$relation = $this->getRelation($name);
if ($relation->via !== null) {
if ($this->getIsNewRecord() || $model->getIsNewRecord()) {
throw new InvalidCallException('Unable to link models: the models being linked cannot be newly created.');
}
if (is_array($relation->via)) {
/* @var $viaRelation ActiveQuery */
list($viaName, $viaRelation) = $relation->via;
$viaClass = $viaRelation->modelClass;
// unset $viaName so that it can be reloaded to reflect the change
unset($this->_related[$viaName]);
} else {
$viaRelation = $relation->via;
$viaTable = reset($relation->via->from);
}
$columns = [];
foreach ($viaRelation->link as $a => $b) {
$columns[$a] = $this->$b;
}
foreach ($relation->link as $a => $b) {
$columns[$b] = $model->$a;
}
foreach ($extraColumns as $k => $v) {
$columns[$k] = $v;
}
if (is_array($relation->via)) {
/* @var $viaClass ActiveRecordInterface */
/* @var $record ActiveRecordInterface */
$record = Yii::createObject($viaClass);
foreach ($columns as $column => $value) {
$record->$column = $value;
}
$record->insert(false);
} else {
/* @var $viaTable string */
static::getDb()->createCommand()
->insert($viaTable, $columns)->execute();
}
} else {
$p1 = $model->isPrimaryKey(array_keys($relation->link));
$p2 = static::isPrimaryKey(array_values($relation->link));
if ($p1 && $p2) {
if ($this->getIsNewRecord() && $model->getIsNewRecord()) {
throw new InvalidCallException('Unable to link models: at most one model can be newly created.');
} elseif ($this->getIsNewRecord()) {
$this->bindModels(array_flip($relation->link), $this, $model);
} else {
$this->bindModels($relation->link, $model, $this);
}
} elseif ($p1) {
$this->bindModels(array_flip($relation->link), $this, $model);
} elseif ($p2) {
$this->bindModels($relation->link, $model, $this);
} else {
throw new InvalidCallException('Unable to link models: the link defining the relation does not involve any primary key.');
}
}
// update lazily loaded related objects
if (!$relation->multiple) {
$this->_related[$name] = $model;
} elseif (isset($this->_related[$name])) {
if ($relation->indexBy !== null) {
if ($relation->indexBy instanceof \Closure) {
$index = call_user_func($relation->indexBy, $model);
} else {
$index = $model->{$relation->indexBy};
}
$this->_related[$name][$index] = $model;
} else {
$this->_related[$name][] = $model;
}
}
}
/**
* Destroys the relationship between two models.
*
* The model with the foreign key of the relationship will be deleted if `$delete` is `true`.
* Otherwise, the foreign key will be set `null` and the model will be saved without validation.
*
* @param string $name the case sensitive name of the relationship, e.g. `orders` for a relation defined via `getOrders()` method.
* @param ActiveRecordInterface $model the model to be unlinked from the current one.
* You have to make sure that the model is really related with the current model as this method
* does not check this.
* @param bool $delete whether to delete the model that contains the foreign key.
* If `false`, the model's foreign key will be set `null` and saved.
* If `true`, the model containing the foreign key will be deleted.
* @throws InvalidCallException if the models cannot be unlinked
*/
public function unlink($name, $model, $delete = false)
{
$relation = $this->getRelation($name);
if ($relation->via !== null) {
if (is_array($relation->via)) {
/* @var $viaRelation ActiveQuery */
list($viaName, $viaRelation) = $relation->via;
$viaClass = $viaRelation->modelClass;
unset($this->_related[$viaName]);
} else {
$viaRelation = $relation->via;
$viaTable = reset($relation->via->from);
}
$columns = [];
foreach ($viaRelation->link as $a => $b) {
$columns[$a] = $this->$b;
}
foreach ($relation->link as $a => $b) {
$columns[$b] = $model->$a;
}
$nulls = [];
foreach (array_keys($columns) as $a) {
$nulls[$a] = null;
}
if (is_array($relation->via)) {
/* @var $viaClass ActiveRecordInterface */
if ($delete) {
$viaClass::deleteAll($columns);
} else {
$viaClass::updateAll($nulls, $columns);
}
} else {
/* @var $viaTable string */
/* @var $command Command */
$command = static::getDb()->createCommand();
if ($delete) {
$command->delete($viaTable, $columns)->execute();
} else {
$command->update($viaTable, $nulls, $columns)->execute();
}
}
} else {
$p1 = $model->isPrimaryKey(array_keys($relation->link));
$p2 = static::isPrimaryKey(array_values($relation->link));
if ($p2) {
if ($delete) {
$model->delete();
} else {
foreach ($relation->link as $a => $b) {
$model->$a = null;
}
$model->save(false);
}
} elseif ($p1) {
foreach ($relation->link as $a => $b) {
if (is_array($this->$b)) { // relation via array valued attribute
if (($key = array_search($model->$a, $this->$b, false)) !== false) {
$values = $this->$b;
unset($values[$key]);
$this->$b = array_values($values);
}
} else {
$this->$b = null;
}
}
$delete ? $this->delete() : $this->save(false);
} else {
throw new InvalidCallException('Unable to unlink models: the link does not involve any primary key.');
}
}
if (!$relation->multiple) {
unset($this->_related[$name]);
} elseif (isset($this->_related[$name])) {
/* @var $b ActiveRecordInterface */
foreach ($this->_related[$name] as $a => $b) {
if ($model->getPrimaryKey() === $b->getPrimaryKey()) {
unset($this->_related[$name][$a]);
}
}
}
}
/**
* Destroys the relationship in current model.
*
* The model with the foreign key of the relationship will be deleted if `$delete` is `true`.
* Otherwise, the foreign key will be set `null` and the model will be saved without validation.
*
* Note that to destroy the relationship without removing records make sure your keys can be set to null
*
* @param string $name the case sensitive name of the relationship, e.g. `orders` for a relation defined via `getOrders()` method.
* @param bool $delete whether to delete the model that contains the foreign key.
*
* Note that the deletion will be performed using [[deleteAll()]], which will not trigger any events on the related models.
* If you need [[EVENT_BEFORE_DELETE]] or [[EVENT_AFTER_DELETE]] to be triggered, you need to [[find()|find]] the models first
* and then call [[delete()]] on each of them.
*/
public function unlinkAll($name, $delete = false)
{
$relation = $this->getRelation($name);
if ($relation->via !== null) {
if (is_array($relation->via)) {
/* @var $viaRelation ActiveQuery */
list($viaName, $viaRelation) = $relation->via;
$viaClass = $viaRelation->modelClass;
unset($this->_related[$viaName]);
} else {
$viaRelation = $relation->via;
$viaTable = reset($relation->via->from);
}
$condition = [];
$nulls = [];
foreach ($viaRelation->link as $a => $b) {
$nulls[$a] = null;
$condition[$a] = $this->$b;
}
if (!empty($viaRelation->where)) {
$condition = ['and', $condition, $viaRelation->where];
}
if (!empty($viaRelation->on)) {
$condition = ['and', $condition, $viaRelation->on];
}
if (is_array($relation->via)) {
/* @var $viaClass ActiveRecordInterface */
if ($delete) {
$viaClass::deleteAll($condition);
} else {
$viaClass::updateAll($nulls, $condition);
}
} else {
/* @var $viaTable string */
/* @var $command Command */
$command = static::getDb()->createCommand();
if ($delete) {
$command->delete($viaTable, $condition)->execute();
} else {
$command->update($viaTable, $nulls, $condition)->execute();
}
}
} else {
/* @var $relatedModel ActiveRecordInterface */
$relatedModel = $relation->modelClass;
if (!$delete && count($relation->link) === 1 && is_array($this->{$b = reset($relation->link)})) {
// relation via array valued attribute
$this->$b = [];
$this->save(false);
} else {
$nulls = [];
$condition = [];
foreach ($relation->link as $a => $b) {
$nulls[$a] = null;
$condition[$a] = $this->$b;
}
if (!empty($relation->where)) {
$condition = ['and', $condition, $relation->where];
}
if (!empty($relation->on)) {
$condition = ['and', $condition, $relation->on];
}
if ($delete) {
$relatedModel::deleteAll($condition);
} else {
$relatedModel::updateAll($nulls, $condition);
}
}
}
unset($this->_related[$name]);
}
/**
* @param array $link
* @param ActiveRecordInterface $foreignModel
* @param ActiveRecordInterface $primaryModel
* @throws InvalidCallException
*/
private function bindModels($link, $foreignModel, $primaryModel)
{
foreach ($link as $fk => $pk) {
$value = $primaryModel->$pk;
if ($value === null) {
throw new InvalidCallException('Unable to link models: the primary key of ' . get_class($primaryModel) . ' is null.');
}
if (is_array($foreignModel->$fk)) { // relation via array valued attribute
$foreignModel->{$fk}[] = $value;
} else {
$foreignModel->{$fk} = $value;
}
}
$foreignModel->save(false);
}
/**
* Returns a value indicating whether the given set of attributes represents the primary key for this model.
* @param array $keys the set of attributes to check
* @return bool whether the given set of attributes represents the primary key for this model
*/
public static function isPrimaryKey($keys)
{
$pks = static::primaryKey();
if (count($keys) === count($pks)) {
return count(array_intersect($keys, $pks)) === count($pks);
}
return false;
}
/**
* Returns the text label for the specified attribute.
* If the attribute looks like `relatedModel.attribute`, then the attribute will be received from the related model.
* @param string $attribute the attribute name
* @return string the attribute label
* @see generateAttributeLabel()
* @see attributeLabels()
*/
public function getAttributeLabel($attribute)
{
$labels = $this->attributeLabels();
if (isset($labels[$attribute])) {
return $labels[$attribute];
} elseif (strpos($attribute, '.')) {
$attributeParts = explode('.', $attribute);
$neededAttribute = array_pop($attributeParts);
$relatedModel = $this;
foreach ($attributeParts as $relationName) {
if ($relatedModel->isRelationPopulated($relationName) && $relatedModel->$relationName instanceof self) {
$relatedModel = $relatedModel->$relationName;
} else {
try {
$relation = $relatedModel->getRelation($relationName);
} catch (InvalidParamException $e) {
return $this->generateAttributeLabel($attribute);
}
/* @var $modelClass ActiveRecordInterface */
$modelClass = $relation->modelClass;
$relatedModel = $modelClass::instance();
}
}
$labels = $relatedModel->attributeLabels();
if (isset($labels[$neededAttribute])) {
return $labels[$neededAttribute];
}
}
return $this->generateAttributeLabel($attribute);
}
/**
* Returns the text hint for the specified attribute.
* If the attribute looks like `relatedModel.attribute`, then the attribute will be received from the related model.
* @param string $attribute the attribute name
* @return string the attribute hint
* @see attributeHints()
* @since 2.0.4
*/
public function getAttributeHint($attribute)
{
$hints = $this->attributeHints();
if (isset($hints[$attribute])) {
return $hints[$attribute];
} elseif (strpos($attribute, '.')) {
$attributeParts = explode('.', $attribute);
$neededAttribute = array_pop($attributeParts);
$relatedModel = $this;
foreach ($attributeParts as $relationName) {
if ($relatedModel->isRelationPopulated($relationName) && $relatedModel->$relationName instanceof self) {
$relatedModel = $relatedModel->$relationName;
} else {
try {
$relation = $relatedModel->getRelation($relationName);
} catch (InvalidParamException $e) {
return '';
}
/* @var $modelClass ActiveRecordInterface */
$modelClass = $relation->modelClass;
$relatedModel = $modelClass::instance();
}
}
$hints = $relatedModel->attributeHints();
if (isset($hints[$neededAttribute])) {
return $hints[$neededAttribute];
}
}
return '';
}
/**
* {@inheritdoc}
*
* The default implementation returns the names of the columns whose values have been populated into this record.
*/
public function fields()
{
$fields = array_keys($this->_attributes);
return array_combine($fields, $fields);
}
/**
* {@inheritdoc}
*
* The default implementation returns the names of the relations that have been populated into this record.
*/
public function extraFields()
{
$fields = array_keys($this->getRelatedRecords());
return array_combine($fields, $fields);
}
/**
* Sets the element value at the specified offset to null.
* This method is required by the SPL interface [[\ArrayAccess]].
* It is implicitly called when you use something like `unset($model[$offset])`.
* @param mixed $offset the offset to unset element
*/
public function offsetUnset($offset)
{
if (property_exists($this, $offset)) {
$this->$offset = null;
} else {
unset($this->$offset);
}
}
/**
* Resets dependent related models checking if their links contain specific attribute.
* @param string $attribute The changed attribute name.
*/
private function resetDependentRelations($attribute)
{
foreach ($this->_relationsDependencies[$attribute] as $relation) {
unset($this->_related[$relation]);
}
unset($this->_relationsDependencies[$attribute]);
}
/**
* Sets relation dependencies for a property
* @param string $name property name
* @param ActiveQueryInterface $relation relation instance
* @param string|null $viaRelationName intermediate relation
*/
private function setRelationDependencies($name, $relation, $viaRelationName = null)
{
if (empty($relation->via) && $relation->link) {
foreach ($relation->link as $attribute) {
$this->_relationsDependencies[$attribute][$name] = $name;
if ($viaRelationName !== null) {
$this->_relationsDependencies[$attribute][] = $viaRelationName;
}
}
} elseif ($relation->via instanceof ActiveQueryInterface) {
$this->setRelationDependencies($name, $relation->via);
} elseif (is_array($relation->via)) {
list($viaRelationName, $viaQuery) = $relation->via;
$this->setRelationDependencies($name, $viaQuery, $viaRelationName);
}
}
}