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I have a method in a model and I need the array of state variables. In controller it's easy, simply get an $model object and get the array with

$state = $model->getState();

But in a model all my test always get an error 0 or 503:

class MyModel extends ListModel
{
...
    public function setFiltrosActivos()
    {
        $state = $this->getState();  // 503 error
    }
}

Please, how can I get the state variables in a method inside a model?

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  • Issue not reproducible. Post the error message and stack trace.
    – Sharky
    Jan 15 at 7:21
  • Sorry, I only receive a server error with 503 Service Unavailable. The server is temporarily busy, try again later!. No stack trace
    – Peli
    Jan 15 at 12:08

1 Answer 1

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Finally I chose to move the entire method from the model to a helper and perform the logic there. Now it's working fine. Thank you.

$model  = Factory::getApplication()->bootComponent('com_mycomponent')->getMVCFactory()->createModel('mymodel', 'Site');
$state = $model->getState();
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  • Please accept your answer as the chosen solution.
    – Irata
    Jan 16 at 21:20
  • 1
    Glad you solved your issue. But this is a bad answer. It does not explain how or why it works and why original code did not work. Calling getState() from within the model should work without issues - it does across the entire CMS. The only thing that could be causing the issue is calling the the method inside populateState() method which would result in recursion, as per documentation.
    – Sharky
    Jan 17 at 7:01
  • Really I don't know why this problem has occurred. Your answer have complete sense., thanks again.
    – Peli
    Jan 18 at 5:25
  • @Irata. Yes, I tried to accept the answer yesterday but it is necessary to wait 24 hours according to forum rules.
    – Peli
    Jan 18 at 6:14

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