Please, note. This article is entirely based on a work done by me colleague developer, who hasn't got account on this webpage and also hasn't got time for writing this article. I'm writing it for him. I will try to forward him any comments that may appear, but can't assure if/when he'll be able to answer. I'm far, far less experienced in Oracle therefore I won't probably be able to help myself.
Created 6 years ago by Joblo – Tips – 13 comments – viewed 153,752 times
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If you have to display a overview of related data in a table,
you can use the CListView, create your view with table/tr/td tags
and implement db-queries in the view to display detaildata of the current (master-)record.
We all know how good 'gii' automates the code for us and we normally tend to be happy with what that tool offers at the beginning of our Yii learning curve. But as soon as you start working in larger and larger projects, you realize that its code is too repetitive to maintain and having a small pitfall in general actions means to go over and over through them to fix the issues.
Sometimes we get lost trying to search by a HAS_MANY relation using CActiveRecord or CActiveDataProvider in Yii 1.1. This article is a series of drills that try to describe the practical techniques of searching by a HAS_MANY relation.
Hi. This is first article with my Yii tutorial. I had to split it into more articles as there's limited length of texts on Wiki. So once you understand basics, you can read next article here: Yii for beginners 2.