I seem to be getting all the weird errors recently.
I finally got my save() issue to work – briefly. (And I’m not sure what finally did it.) But now I have another problem: when I run save() on a model which I’ve loaded via findByPk, it gives me a duplicate primary key error on an INSERT statement. When I switch it over to use update(), I get:
The active record cannot be updated because it is new.
I put this into my code, just to test things out:
// Find the existing record. $story_id = (int)$_POST['Story']['story_id']; echo "<p>Finding story by primary key.</p>"; $story = Story::model()->findByPk( $story_id ); echo "<p>isNewRecord: "; new dBug($story->isNewRecord); echo "<p>";
And that outputs this:
Finding story by primary key. isNewRecord: TRUE
This seems completely nonsensical to me. The model is there, with all its data correctly loaded; it just doesn’t seem to reflect the fact that, yes, it’s come from an existing record in the database. Do I need to add an afterFind() method just to get my model to realize that it’s not new?