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    Thread: Can CI accept a variable as the full join syntax? [SOLVED]
Post: RE: Can CI accept a variable as the full join synt...

Thank you for your response! The answer provided works like a charm. I was also pointing to a very similar but wrong function which didn't help matters. hah.
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07-30-2021, 06:18 AM
eri146
    Thread: Can CI accept a variable as the full join syntax? [SOLVED]
Post: Can CI accept a variable as the full join syntax? ...

I created a model which supports a generic database GET request and if you include data from the $joinArray then it will loop through the values of this array and create $builder->join($joinArray); ...
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07-29-2021, 10:11 AM
eri146
    Thread: GraphQL (and other non-relational db) Active Record support
Post: GraphQL (and other non-relational db) Active Recor...

Hello! I am petitioning for a Active Record equivalent for GraphQL and other non-relational databases as Laravel supports this and it would make CI relevant to use for many. The biggest complain among...
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06-18-2021, 07:13 AM
eri146
    Thread: Using variables as the controller name for routes
Post: RE: Using variables as the controller name for rou...

Hello and thanks! It seems the quote button doesn't work here but I'll do this instead... "I’m pretty sure it’s not possible to do something like that. Do you have that much classes in your app tha...
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06-18-2021, 07:03 AM
eri146
    Thread: Using variables as the controller name for routes
Post: RE: Using variables as the controller name for rou...

Hello, I'm still looking for this answer if anyone knows. :P
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06-17-2021, 02:06 PM
eri146
    Thread: Using variables as the controller name for routes
Post: Using variables as the controller name for routes

Hello, I have a POST request. For example /admin/something/(:any) And I would like to use (:any) as a class variable. For example $routes->post('/admin/something/(:any)', 'admin/$1::methodname');...
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06-11-2021, 11:51 AM
eri146

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