Some PHP installations may use a different php.ini file for CLI PHP (command line PHP parser). As a result, when running the model or crud command in yiic shell, you may encounter errors like "YiiBase::include(PDO.php): failed to open stream..." or "...could not find driver", even though the requirement checker confirms you have PDO and the corresponding database driver.
As a lead developer at Mutable Labs I found that when using the Yii Bootstrap tabs component you will sometimes want to direct the user to a specific tab and not necessarily the first tab. Yii Bootstrap already provides the "active" variable so you can define whether the tab is the active tab or not in PHP. I generally find though that a PHP solution to this problem is rather cumbersome as every tab component will need the PHP code inserted or you will have to extend the tab component somehow to do it.
En ciertas ocasiones tenemos que lidiar con el tema de colocar una lista de checkboxes para hacer una seleccion especifica como es el caso de los dias de la semana para un calendario, para esta labor tenemos el comando CHtml::checkBoxList(), revisando un poco el funcionamiento de este temos los siguientes parametros:
In Yii, we can define an action class and ask the controller to instantiate it. And we always create ourselves actions class in rootPath/protected/extensions, and the view file we called in the actions class always are located in rootPath/protected/views/ControllerNAME or rootPath/themes/ThemeNAME/ControllerNAME, then when we use the same actions class in different controllers, we have to copy it from one controller to the other controller, so we also need the "same" view file work for us, here is an example.