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Strange behavior with Omr\Model_Temporal
  • Hi, i'm trying to use Model_Temporal for my "page" model. But i have a strange (and wrong) issue with "temporal_start" and "temporal_end"

    With "mysql_timestamp => false" in $_temporal array

    First record (at 10:34am) :

    2nd Record :


    We can see temporal timestamp are reset to 0, why ?


    With "mysql_timestamp => true"

    1st Record (at 10:37am) :


    2nd Record


    3rd Record :


    Here we can see the behavior are strange and wrong. Why in the 1st record, the temporal_start = 08:37:33 ? etc..

    It's an issue, or a problem with my config ?
  • HarroHarro
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    Quickly checked with Steve,  he replied:

    There is something wrong there. In that last set of images there is no max timestamp. I think this is related to another issue I found. Sometimes the orm config is not loaded and so the max timestamp value becomes null and causes odd behavour. The temp fix would be to try adding \Config::load('orm', true); to a bootstrap somewhere.

    If that does not fix it then it's a bug.
  • Thanks, it's work if i add the line after Fuel::init('config.php') in bootstrap.

    EDIT: And for my 1st set of images, it's because i've keep "timestamp" instead of "int" for temporals attributes in my table... -_-

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