I may have a basic missunderstanding of cakephp, but I do the
I have a Member Model with some belongsTo and 1 hasMany relations.
A 'member' hasMany 'payments'.
A 'payment' belongsTo a 'member'
Now I need to create a new page where I want to show a summary of all
members with are filtered by status which I get out of the 'payments'
Therefore I created a new model with no use of a database and a own
The reason for these files is, that after I show the list of members,
I have to do some other functions which I wanted to have seperate form
the members controller.
In my controller, I added
var $uses = array('Member', 'Payment');
This performs 3 statements:
1. count statements for the paginator functions
2. Member with all belongsTo
The results are OK and correct, I just need to filter out all
Payment.status != 6.
How can I do this?
The problem might be that I can have a member who has right now no
payment, as I am going to charge him the first time, but I need to
find this member in any case.
I am really stuck at this point :-( and need help please!!
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