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callback_after_insert and update in not working


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#1 yooghe

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Posted 24 October 2013 - 07:16 PM

Hi,

     I am new to grocery crud as well as codeigniter. I am using following function for call_back but I is not working.

 

I am using 2 tabels

table_city(city_id(primarykey,autoincrement),city_name)

table_route(route_id(primarykey, autoincriment), fromcity_id, fromcity_name, tocity_id,tocity_name)

 

I am using set_relation for fromcity_id and tocity_id fields from table_route with city_id field in table_city

 

as with this set_relation I am only able to store city_id in in fromcity_id and tocity_id fields, I would also like to add city_name in fromcity_name and tocity_name fields. so I am using callback_after_insert and update functions to update citynames of the same table. my code as fallows.

 

public function manageroute() {
 
$crud = new grocery_CRUD();
 
$crud->set_table('table_route');
$crud->set_subject('Route');
 
$crud->set_relation('fromcity_id','table_city','city_name');
$crud->display_as('fromcity_id','city_name');
 
$crud->set_relation('tocity_id','table_city','city_name');
$crud->display_as('tocity_id','city_name');
 
                
$crud->callback_after_insert(array($this, '_update_cityname_after_insert'));
$crud->callback_after_update(array($this, '_update_cityname_after_update'));         
         
$output = $crud->render();
 
$this->_example_output($output);
 
 
}
 
function _update_cityname_after_insert($post_array,$primary_key)
{
      
     $fquery = $this->db->get_where('table_city', array('city_id' => $post_array['fromcity_id']));
      $fromcityname = $fquery->city_name;
   
    $tquery = $this->db->get_where('table_city', array('city_id' => $post_array['tocity_id']));
    $tocityname = $tquery->city_name;
   
   
     $data = array(
               'fromcity_name' => $fromcityname,
               'tocity_name' => $tocityname               
            );
      $this->db->where('route_id', $primary_key);
      $this->db->update('table_route', $data); 
 
    return true;
}

 

even I am not able echo any text from call back function.

am I doing any mistake in above code?






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