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  • Hey I've encountered the same bug on a different place tho. Are you by any
    change running with E_STRICT error logging on? Cause going from E_ALL |
    E_STRICT to just E_ALL 'solved' the problem. (Had this on both windows and
    linux.)

    On Thursday, May 3, 2012 2:21:16 AM UTC+2, Conor Manning wrote:

    I have a web application that has been working fine until recently when I
    switched operating systems. I migrated from Ubuntu to Arch Linux, backing
    up my application online. In the process I lost some directories and my web
    application no longer worked.

    To solve this, I downloaded CakePHP again, copied the Controllers, Models
    and Views from my old project into my new copy of Cake, and modified my
    config to reflect my database.

    I'm using Cake's AuthComponent and I'm getting this strange error message:

    Fatal error: Class 'String' not found in /srv/http/bfm/app/Model/User.php on
    line 39

    I didn't know what to make of the line number because line 39 is the last
    line in the file. I'm not particularly experienced with PHP outside of Cake
    so perhaps somebody else will be able to tell me what that might mean.

    Each User has many Podcasts, and each Podcast belongs to a User. It was in
    accessing any page which used find to retrieve Podcasts and associated User
    objects that the error occurred.

    Stranger still, actions managed by the UsersController worked fine. I was
    able to access my user login page with no problems, and I was redirected to
    login when I tried to create a new user, which is consistent with my Auth
    settings.

    In any case, I decided to track down the cause of this error. I commented
    out my validation code and my beforeSave method, which used
    AuthComponent::password to hash and salt my users' passwords. Once I did
    this, the error vanished. With some further clumsy debugging through
    commenting, I figured out that it was specifically the beforeSave method
    that was causing problems.
    I tried following the trail of functions called from beforeSave, through
    AuthComponent and Security. Both of those files had App::uses('String',
    'Utility') in them. What's more, I tried adding that line to User.php, and
    it didn't help solve the problem either.
    My beforeSave method looks like this:

    public beforeSave() {
    if (isset($this->data[$this->alias]['password']) {
    $password = $this->data[$this->alias]['password'];
    $this->data[$this->alias]['password'] = AuthComponent::password($password);
    }
    return true;
    }

    When I replaced AuthComponent::password($password) with $password, the
    error was still there, which confused me, because I was sure String was
    needed for AuthComponent::password (via Security), and that was what was
    causing the trouble.

    Maybe this was too long, but I wanted to give all the information I had,
    because I am well and truly stuck. I have no idea what's happening inside
    my code.
    I can provide more information or code if it's useful. I just don't know
    where to begin.

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  • http://book.cakephp.org/2.0/en/models/callback-methods.html#beforesave

    Specify 'array $options = array()' as parameter for beforeSave() and error
    message will disappear.

    четверг, 3 мая 2012 г., 4:21:16 UTC+4 пользователь Conor Manning написал:

    I have a web application that has been working fine until recently when I
    switched operating systems. I migrated from Ubuntu to Arch Linux, backing
    up my application online. In the process I lost some directories and my web
    application no longer worked.

    To solve this, I downloaded CakePHP again, copied the Controllers, Models
    and Views from my old project into my new copy of Cake, and modified my
    config to reflect my database.

    I'm using Cake's AuthComponent and I'm getting this strange error message:

    Fatal error: Class 'String' not found in /srv/http/bfm/app/Model/User.php on
    line 39

    I didn't know what to make of the line number because line 39 is the last
    line in the file. I'm not particularly experienced with PHP outside of Cake
    so perhaps somebody else will be able to tell me what that might mean.

    Each User has many Podcasts, and each Podcast belongs to a User. It was in
    accessing any page which used find to retrieve Podcasts and associated User
    objects that the error occurred.

    Stranger still, actions managed by the UsersController worked fine. I was
    able to access my user login page with no problems, and I was redirected to
    login when I tried to create a new user, which is consistent with my Auth
    settings.

    In any case, I decided to track down the cause of this error. I commented
    out my validation code and my beforeSave method, which used
    AuthComponent::password to hash and salt my users' passwords. Once I did
    this, the error vanished. With some further clumsy debugging through
    commenting, I figured out that it was specifically the beforeSave method
    that was causing problems.
    I tried following the trail of functions called from beforeSave, through
    AuthComponent and Security. Both of those files had App::uses('String',
    'Utility') in them. What's more, I tried adding that line to User.php, and
    it didn't help solve the problem either.
    My beforeSave method looks like this:

    public beforeSave() {
    if (isset($this->data[$this->alias]['password']) {
    $password = $this->data[$this->alias]['password'];
    $this->data[$this->alias]['password'] = AuthComponent::password($password);
    }
    return true;
    }

    When I replaced AuthComponent::password($password) with $password, the
    error was still there, which confused me, because I was sure String was
    needed for AuthComponent::password (via Security), and that was what was
    causing the trouble.

    Maybe this was too long, but I wanted to give all the information I had,
    because I am well and truly stuck. I have no idea what's happening inside
    my code.
    I can provide more information or code if it's useful. I just don't know
    where to begin.

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