[Catalyst] Where to put common functions & how to get user id

Andreas Marienborg omega at palle.net
Tue May 27 10:13:21 BST 2008

On May 27, 2008, at 10:21 AM, jakac wrote:

> Andrew Rodland wrote:
>> Create a model for the log (it could be a C::M::DBIC::Schema, your  
>> own custom class, or something else) and then you can $c- 
>> >model('ActionLog')->logaction($userid, $action) assuming an  
>> appropriate logaction method.
> Thanks for the hint! I will take a look at it...
>> $c->user->get("user_id") etc. which is part of the universal  
>> authentication interface. The DBIC store also provides $c->user- 
>> >obj returns the underlying object directly, but you probably don't  
>> need that. There are examples in perldoc  
>> Catalyst::Plugin::Authentication.
> Doesn't work for me ...
> $c->log->debug("username: -".$c->user->id."- users ID -" .
> $c->user->get("user_id") ."-");

is user_id the name of your ID column in your schema (if your using  
the DBIC store)?

get('column_name') is the syntax I think

- andreas

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