Adding Entries to DB

Manipulating the database

Introduction

Let's check how we can add data into the newly created table

Add a Model Class

In order to communicate with the database you need a model. IceHrm uses AdoDB as the ORM. But it provides an abstraction layer on top of AdoDB.

icehrm
|--extnsions
|--tasks
|--src
|--Tasks
|--Model
|--Task.php
|--Extension.php
|--Migration.php
|--meta.json

Task.php

<?php
namespace Tasks\Model;
use Classes\ModuleAccess;
use Model\BaseModel;
class Task extends BaseModel
{
public $table = 'Tasks';
}

Update Extension Include File

tasks.php

<?php
require_once __DIR__.'/src/Tasks/Extension.php';
require_once __DIR__.'/src/Tasks/Migration.php';
require_once __DIR__.'/src/Tasks/Model/Task.php';

Create a Random Task

Just for testing we will create a new task on the view file itself, and print it on screen.

web/index.php

<?php
$user = \Classes\BaseService::getInstance()->getCurrentUser();
echo "Welcome ".$user->username."<br/>";
echo "Creating a task <br/>";
$task = new \Tasks\Model\Task();
$taskName = 'Task-'.rand(rand(0, 100), 50000);
$task->name = $taskName;
$task->employee = $user->employee;
$task->description = $taskName.' description';
$task->created = date('Y-m-d H:i:s');
$task->updated = date('Y-m-d H:i:s');
/**
* Saving the task, $ok will be false if there were any error during the creation
*/
$ok = $task->Save();
if (!$ok) {
echo "Error: ".$task->ErrorMsg()." <br/>";
}
echo "Find last task <br/>";
$taskFromDB = new \Tasks\Model\Task();
/**
* You can use load method to load the first matching task into an empty model
*/
$taskFromDB->Load('name = ?', [$taskName]);
var_dump($taskFromDB);