Let me explain my issue:
Lets imagine my activerecord "AR" which has a behavior "BE" with a method "getOwnerId()" that simply returns $this->owner->id;
if I do the following:
$AR = AR::model()->findByPk(1); $AR2 = clone $AR; $AR2->id = null; // or unset($AR2->id); $AR2->isNewRecord = true; $AR2->save(); echo $AR->id; //echos 1 echo $AR2->id; //echos 2 echo $AR2->getOwnerId(); //echos 1 (incorrect - old id) echo $AR->getOwnerId(); //echos 1 $AR2->attachBehaviors($AR2->behaviors()); echo $AR->id; //echos 1 echo $AR2->id; //echos 2 echo $AR2->getOwnerId(); //echos 2 echo $AR->getOwnerId(); //echos 1 - for those who were curious
I'm guessing that the behaviors point towards the initial object and aren't refreshed/reset upon save(). Nor are they with refresh()
I can extend CActiveRecord to unset/reset behaviors or I could do it afterSave from within the behavior but both seem a little sloppy.
So my question is:
Is this desired behavior? If not is there any plan to implement a CActiveBehavior __clone() or a refreshBehaviors() or something?
If so, is there any cleaner way to do this than the stuff I mentioned above?