I’m looking to enable search criteria in a model for a related module’s model.
Here’s an example to explain what I mean:
I have a ‘Product’ model which contains ‘user_id’.
In Yii-user I created a Custom Profile Field called ‘brand’.
I have a CGridView (with Search/Filter functionality) in my Product model’s index view which lists all products.
I want to add the ‘brand’ profile field to the CGridView columns allowing people to filter and search by ‘brand’.
I added the following code to my Product model relations:
public function relations()
'user' => array(self::BELONGS_TO, 'Users', 'user_id'),
And then adding this to the Product model’s search criteria:
$criteria->compare('user.brand', $this->user->profile->brand, true);
This however yields no positive results.
I’m not sure if I’m going the right direction here. Anyone know how to do this?
If anyone knows how to do this or requires more information please let me know
You have to do something like this in your product model.
$criteria = new CDbCriteria;
$criteria->with = array( 'author' );
$criteria->compare( 'author.username', $this->author_search, true );
Also you can refer this wikki article
I read the article but didn’t get it to work with the profile fields of the yii-user module.
In this example getting the profile field for yii-user I’d have to use
However I don’t know how to implement this so it fulfills the bullet points I named in the OP.
$criteria->compare( 'user.brand', $this->user_search, true );
doesn’t appear to work when it comes to custom profile fields?