Model events

  • beforeValidate() - event will be executed before data validation
  • afterValidate() - event will be executed after data validation
  • beforeSave() - event will be executed before saving of data
  • afterSave() - event will be executed after saving of data
  • beforeDelete() - event will be executed before deleting of data
  • afterDelete() - event will be executed after deleting of data
  • afterConstruct() - event will be executed after execute constructor
  • afterFind() - event will be executed after find of data
  • beforeFind() - event will be executed before find of data

Example:

<?php
class Posts extends CActiveRecord {
    //code ...
    /**
    * Event before data validation 
    *
    * @return boolean
    */
    protected function beforeValidate() {
        //If validation of parents return the true
        if (parent::beforeValidate()) {
            //If new record
            if ($this->isNewRecord) {
                $this->createDate = time();
            }
            return true;
        } else {
            retrun false;
        }
    }
    //code ...
}

One more example:

<?php
class Posts extends CActiveRecord {
    //code
    /**
    * Event after find of data
    *
    * @return boolean
    */
    protected function afterFind() {        
        $this->createDate = data('d.m.Y', $this->createDate);
        return parent::afterFind();
    }
    //code
}

Controller events (events of actions)

  • beforeAction() - event will be executed before any action of controller
  • afterAction() - event will be executed after any action of controller
  • beforeRender() - event will be executed before rendering of view
  • afterRender() - event will be executed after rendering of view

Example:

<?php
class PostsController extends Controller {
    //code
    /**
    * Will be called after executed any action of controller
    *
    * @return boolean
    */
    protected function afterAction() {
        //logging
        Loger::saveLog($this->action->id, $this->id);
        return parent::afterAction();
    }
    //code
}

Class CWebUser

  • afterLogin() - event will be executed after login of user
  • beforeLogin() - event will be executed before login of user
  • afterLogout() - event will be executed after logout of user

Example:

<?php
class MyWebUser extends CWebUser{
    public function afterLogin($fromCookie) {
        parent::afterLogin($fromCookie);
        //code
    }
}