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Class HasOne

Represents an 1 - 1 relationship where the source side of the relation is related to only one record in the target table and vice versa.

An example of a HasOne association would be User has one Profile.

Constants summary

  • string
    MANY_TO_MANY
    'manyToMany'
  • string
    MANY_TO_ONE
    'manyToOne'
  • string
    ONE_TO_MANY
    'oneToMany'
  • string
    ONE_TO_ONE
    'oneToOne'
  • string
    STRATEGY_JOIN
    'join'
  • string
    STRATEGY_SELECT
    'select'
  • string
    STRATEGY_SUBQUERY
    'subquery'

Properties summary

  • $_bindingKey protected
    string|string[]

    The field name in the owning side table that is used to match with the foreignKey

  • $_cascadeCallbacks protected
    bool

    Whether or not cascaded deletes should also fire callbacks.

  • $_className protected
    string

    The class name of the target table object

  • $_conditions protected
    array|\Closure

    A list of conditions to be always included when fetching records from the target association

  • $_dependent protected
    bool

    Whether the records on the target table are dependent on the source table, often used to indicate that records should be removed if the owning record in the source table is deleted.

  • $_finder protected
    string|array

    The default finder name to use for fetching rows from the target table With array value, finder name and default options are allowed.

  • $_foreignKey protected
    string|string[]

    The name of the field representing the foreign key to the table to load

  • $_joinType protected
    string

    The type of join to be used when adding the association to a query

  • $_name protected
    string

    Name given to the association, it usually represents the alias assigned to the target associated table

  • $_propertyName protected
    string

    The property name that should be filled with data from the target table in the source table record.

  • $_sourceTable protected
    \Cake\ORM\Table

    Source table instance

  • $_strategy protected
    string

    The strategy name to be used to fetch associated records. Some association types might not implement but one strategy to fetch records.

  • $_tableLocator protected
    \Cake\ORM\Locator\LocatorInterface|null

    Table locator instance

  • $_targetTable protected
    \Cake\ORM\Table

    Target table instance

  • $_validStrategies protected
    string[]

    Valid strategies for this type of association

Method Summary

  • __call() public

    Proxies method calls to the target table.

  • __construct() public

    Constructor. Subclasses can override _options function to get the original list of passed options if expecting any other special key

  • __get() public

    Proxies property retrieval to the target table. This is handy for getting this association's associations

  • __isset() public

    Proxies the isset call to the target table. This is handy to check if the target table has another association with the passed name

  • _appendFields() protected

    Helper function used to conditionally append fields to the select clause of a query from the fields found in another query object.

  • _appendNotMatching() protected

    Conditionally adds a condition to the passed Query that will make it find records where there is no match with this association.

  • _bindNewAssociations() protected

    Applies all attachable associations to $query out of the containments found in the $surrogate query.

  • _camelize() protected

    Creates a camelized version of $name

  • _dispatchBeforeFind() protected

    Triggers beforeFind on the target table for the query this association is attaching to

  • _entityName() protected

    Creates the proper entity name (singular) for the specified name

  • _extractFinder() protected

    Helper method to infer the requested finder and its options.

  • _fixtureName() protected

    Creates a fixture name

  • _formatAssociationResults() protected

    Adds a formatter function to the passed $query if the $surrogate query declares any other formatter. Since the $surrogate query correspond to the associated target table, the resulting formatter will be the result of applying the surrogate formatters to only the property corresponding to such table.

  • _joinCondition() protected

    Returns a single or multiple conditions to be appended to the generated join clause for getting the results on the target table.

  • _modelKey() protected

    Creates the proper underscored model key for associations

  • _modelNameFromKey() protected

    Creates the proper model name from a foreign key

  • _options() protected

    Override this function to initialize any concrete association class, it will get passed the original list of options used in the constructor

  • _pluginNamespace() protected

    Return plugin's namespace

  • _pluginPath() protected

    Find the correct path for a plugin. Scans $pluginPaths for the plugin you want.

  • _pluralHumanName() protected

    Creates the plural human name used in views

  • _propertyName() protected

    Returns default property name based on association name.

  • _singularHumanName() protected

    Creates the singular human name used in views

  • _singularName() protected

    Creates the singular name for use in views.

  • _variableName() protected

    Creates the plural variable name for views

  • attachTo() public

    Alters a Query object to include the associated target table data in the final result

  • canBeJoined() public

    Whether this association can be expressed directly in a query join

  • cascadeDelete() public

    Handles cascading a delete from an associated model.

  • defaultRowValue() public

    Returns a modified row after appending a property for this association with the default empty value according to whether the association was joined or fetched externally.

  • deleteAll() public

    Proxies the delete operation to the target table's deleteAll method

  • eagerLoader() public

    Eager loads a list of records in the target table that are related to another set of records in the source table. Source records can specified in two ways: first one is by passing a Query object setup to find on the source table and the other way is by explicitly passing an array of primary key values from the source table.

  • exists() public

    Proxies the operation to the target table's exists method after appending the default conditions for this association

  • find() public

    Proxies the finding operation to the target table's find method and modifies the query accordingly based of this association configuration

  • getBindingKey() public

    Gets the name of the field representing the binding field with the target table.

  • getCascadeCallbacks() public

    Gets whether or not cascaded deletes should also fire callbacks.

  • getClassName() public

    Gets the class name of the target table object.

  • getConditions() public

    Gets a list of conditions to be always included when fetching records from the target association.

  • getDependent() public

    Sets whether the records on the target table are dependent on the source table.

  • getFinder() public

    Gets the default finder to use for fetching rows from the target table.

  • getForeignKey() public

    Gets the name of the field representing the foreign key to the target table.

  • getJoinType() public

    Gets the type of join to be used when adding the association to a query.

  • getName() public

    Gets the name for this association, usually the alias assigned to the target associated table

  • getProperty() public

    Gets the property name that should be filled with data from the target table in the source table record.

  • getSource() public

    Gets the table instance for the source side of the association.

  • getStrategy() public

    Gets the strategy name to be used to fetch associated records. Keep in mind that some association types might not implement but a default strategy, rendering any changes to this setting void.

  • getTableLocator() public

    Gets the table locator.

  • getTarget() public

    Gets the table instance for the target side of the association.

  • isOwningSide() public

    Returns whether or not the passed table is the owning side for this association. This means that rows in the 'target' table would miss important or required information if the row in 'source' did not exist.

  • requiresKeys() public

    Returns true if the eager loading process will require a set of the owning table's binding keys in order to use them as a filter in the finder query.

  • saveAssociated() public

    Takes an entity from the source table and looks if there is a field matching the property name for this association. The found entity will be saved on the target table for this association by passing supplied $options

  • setBindingKey() public

    Sets the name of the field representing the binding field with the target table.

  • setCascadeCallbacks() public

    Sets whether or not cascaded deletes should also fire callbacks.

  • setClassName() public

    Sets the class name of the target table object.

  • setConditions() public

    Sets a list of conditions to be always included when fetching records from the target association.

  • setDependent() public

    Sets whether the records on the target table are dependent on the source table.

  • setFinder() public

    Sets the default finder to use for fetching rows from the target table.

  • setForeignKey() public

    Sets the name of the field representing the foreign key to the target table.

  • setJoinType() public

    Sets the type of join to be used when adding the association to a query.

  • setName() public

    Sets the name for this association, usually the alias assigned to the target associated table

  • setProperty() public

    Sets the property name that should be filled with data from the target table in the source table record.

  • setSource() public

    Sets the table instance for the source side of the association.

  • setStrategy() public

    Sets the strategy name to be used to fetch associated records. Keep in mind that some association types might not implement but a default strategy, rendering any changes to this setting void.

  • setTableLocator() public

    Sets the table locator.

  • setTarget() public

    Sets the table instance for the target side of the association.

  • transformRow() public

    Correctly nests a result row associated values into the correct array keys inside the source results.

  • type() public

    Get the relationship type.

  • updateAll() public

    Proxies the update operation to the target table's updateAll method

Method Detail

__call() public

__call(mixed $method, mixed $argument)

Proxies method calls to the target table.

Parameters

string $method

name of the method to be invoked

array $argument

List of arguments passed to the function

Returns

mixed

Throws

BadMethodCallException

__construct() public

__construct(string $alias, array $options)

Constructor. Subclasses can override _options function to get the original list of passed options if expecting any other special key

Parameters

string $alias

The name given to the association

array $options optional

A list of properties to be set on this object

__get() public

__get(mixed $property)

Proxies property retrieval to the target table. This is handy for getting this association's associations

Parameters

string $property

the property name

Returns

\Cake\ORM\Association

Throws

RuntimeException
if no association with such name exists

__isset() public

__isset(mixed $property)

Proxies the isset call to the target table. This is handy to check if the target table has another association with the passed name

Parameters

string $property

the property name

Returns

bool

true if the property exists

_appendFields() protected

_appendFields(\Cake\ORM\Query $query, \Cake\ORM\Query $surrogate, array $options)

Helper function used to conditionally append fields to the select clause of a query from the fields found in another query object.

Parameters

\Cake\ORM\Query $query

the query that will get the fields appended to

\Cake\ORM\Query $surrogate

the query having the fields to be copied from

array $options

options passed to the method attachTo

_appendNotMatching() protected

_appendNotMatching(\Cake\ORM\Query $query, array $options)

Conditionally adds a condition to the passed Query that will make it find records where there is no match with this association.

Parameters

\Cake\ORM\Query $query

The query to modify

array $options

Options array containing the negateMatch key.

_bindNewAssociations() protected

_bindNewAssociations(\Cake\ORM\Query $query, \Cake\ORM\Query $surrogate, array $options)

Applies all attachable associations to $query out of the containments found in the $surrogate query.

Copies all contained associations from the $surrogate query into the passed $query. Containments are altered so that they respect the associations chain from which they originated.

Parameters

\Cake\ORM\Query $query

the query that will get the associations attached to

\Cake\ORM\Query $surrogate

the query having the containments to be attached

array $options

options passed to the method attachTo

_camelize() protected

_camelize(string $name)

Creates a camelized version of $name

Parameters

string $name

name

Returns

string

Camelized name

_dispatchBeforeFind() protected

_dispatchBeforeFind(\Cake\ORM\Query $query)

Triggers beforeFind on the target table for the query this association is attaching to

Parameters

\Cake\ORM\Query $query

the query this association is attaching itself to

_entityName() protected

_entityName(string $name)

Creates the proper entity name (singular) for the specified name

Parameters

string $name

Name

Returns

string

Camelized and plural model name

_extractFinder() protected

_extractFinder(mixed $finderData)

Helper method to infer the requested finder and its options.

Returns the inferred options from the finder $type.

Examples:

The following will call the finder 'translations' with the value of the finder as its options: $query->contain(['Comments' => ['finder' => ['translations']]]); $query->contain(['Comments' => ['finder' => ['translations' => []]]]); $query->contain(['Comments' => ['finder' => ['translations' => ['locales' => ['en_US']]]]]);

Parameters

string|array $finderData

The finder name or an array having the name as key and options as value.

Returns

array

_fixtureName() protected

_fixtureName(string $name)

Creates a fixture name

Parameters

string $name

Model class name

Returns

string

Singular model key

_formatAssociationResults() protected

_formatAssociationResults(\Cake\ORM\Query $query, \Cake\ORM\Query $surrogate, array $options)

Adds a formatter function to the passed $query if the $surrogate query declares any other formatter. Since the $surrogate query correspond to the associated target table, the resulting formatter will be the result of applying the surrogate formatters to only the property corresponding to such table.

Parameters

\Cake\ORM\Query $query

the query that will get the formatter applied to

\Cake\ORM\Query $surrogate

the query having formatters for the associated target table.

array $options

options passed to the method attachTo

_joinCondition() protected

_joinCondition(array $options)

Returns a single or multiple conditions to be appended to the generated join clause for getting the results on the target table.

Parameters

array $options

list of options passed to attachTo method

Returns

array

Throws

RuntimeException
if the number of columns in the foreignKey do not match the number of columns in the source table primaryKey

_modelKey() protected

_modelKey(string $name)

Creates the proper underscored model key for associations

If the input contains a dot, assume that the right side is the real table name.

Parameters

string $name

Model class name

Returns

string

Singular model key

_modelNameFromKey() protected

_modelNameFromKey(string $key)

Creates the proper model name from a foreign key

Parameters

string $key

Foreign key

Returns

string

Model name

_options() protected

_options(array $options)

Override this function to initialize any concrete association class, it will get passed the original list of options used in the constructor

Parameters

array $options

List of options used for initialization

_pluginNamespace() protected

_pluginNamespace(string $pluginName)

Return plugin's namespace

Parameters

string $pluginName

Plugin name

Returns

string

Plugin's namespace

_pluginPath() protected

_pluginPath(string $pluginName)

Find the correct path for a plugin. Scans $pluginPaths for the plugin you want.

Parameters

string $pluginName

Name of the plugin you want ie. DebugKit

Returns

string

path path to the correct plugin.

_pluralHumanName() protected

_pluralHumanName(string $name)

Creates the plural human name used in views

Parameters

string $name

Controller name

Returns

string

Plural human name

_propertyName() protected

_propertyName()

Returns default property name based on association name.

Returns

string

_singularHumanName() protected

_singularHumanName(string $name)

Creates the singular human name used in views

Parameters

string $name

Controller name

Returns

string

Singular human name

_singularName() protected

_singularName(string $name)

Creates the singular name for use in views.

Parameters

string $name

Name to use

Returns

string

Variable name

_variableName() protected

_variableName(string $name)

Creates the plural variable name for views

Parameters

string $name

Name to use

Returns

string

Plural name for views

attachTo() public

attachTo(\Cake\ORM\Query $query, array $options)

Alters a Query object to include the associated target table data in the final result

The options array accept the following keys:

  • includeFields: Whether to include target model fields in the result or not
  • foreignKey: The name of the field to use as foreign key, if false none will be used
  • conditions: array with a list of conditions to filter the join with, this will be merged with any conditions originally configured for this association
  • fields: a list of fields in the target table to include in the result
  • type: The type of join to be used (e.g. INNER) the records found on this association
  • aliasPath: A dot separated string representing the path of association names followed from the passed query main table to this association.
  • propertyPath: A dot separated string representing the path of association properties to be followed from the passed query main entity to this association
  • joinType: The SQL join type to use in the query.
  • negateMatch: Will append a condition to the passed query for excluding matches. with this association.

Parameters

\Cake\ORM\Query $query

the query to be altered to include the target table data

array $options optional

Any extra options or overrides to be taken in account

Throws

RuntimeException
if the query builder passed does not return a query object

canBeJoined() public

canBeJoined(array $options)

Whether this association can be expressed directly in a query join

Parameters

array $options optional

custom options key that could alter the return value

Returns

bool

cascadeDelete() public

cascadeDelete(\Cake\Datasource\EntityInterface $entity, array $options)

Handles cascading a delete from an associated model.

Each implementing class should handle the cascaded delete as required.

Parameters

\Cake\Datasource\EntityInterface $entity

The entity that started the cascaded delete.

array $options optional

The options for the original delete.

Returns

bool

Success

defaultRowValue() public

defaultRowValue(array $row, bool $joined)

Returns a modified row after appending a property for this association with the default empty value according to whether the association was joined or fetched externally.

Parameters

array $row

The row to set a default on.

bool $joined

Whether or not the row is a result of a direct join with this association

Returns

array

deleteAll() public

deleteAll(mixed $conditions)

Proxies the delete operation to the target table's deleteAll method

Parameters

mixed $conditions

Conditions to be used, accepts anything Query::where() can take.

Returns

int

Returns the number of affected rows.

See Also

\Cake\ORM\Table::deleteAll()

eagerLoader() public

eagerLoader(array $options)

Eager loads a list of records in the target table that are related to another set of records in the source table. Source records can specified in two ways: first one is by passing a Query object setup to find on the source table and the other way is by explicitly passing an array of primary key values from the source table.

The required way of passing related source records is controlled by "strategy" When the subquery strategy is used it will require a query on the source table. When using the select strategy, the list of primary keys will be used.

Returns a closure that should be run for each record returned in a specific Query. This callable will be responsible for injecting the fields that are related to each specific passed row.

Options array accepts the following keys:

  • query: Query object setup to find the source table records
  • keys: List of primary key values from the source table
  • foreignKey: The name of the field used to relate both tables
  • conditions: List of conditions to be passed to the query where() method
  • sort: The direction in which the records should be returned
  • fields: List of fields to select from the target table
  • contain: List of related tables to eager load associated to the target table
  • strategy: The name of strategy to use for finding target table records
  • nestKey: The array key under which results will be found when transforming the row

Parameters

array $options

The options for eager loading.

Returns

\Closure

exists() public

exists(mixed $conditions)

Proxies the operation to the target table's exists method after appending the default conditions for this association

Parameters

array|\Closure|\Cake\Database\ExpressionInterface $conditions

The conditions to use for checking if any record matches.

Returns

bool

See Also

\Cake\ORM\Table::exists()

find() public

find(mixed $type, array $options)

Proxies the finding operation to the target table's find method and modifies the query accordingly based of this association configuration

Parameters

string|array|null $type optional

the type of query to perform, if an array is passed, it will be interpreted as the $options parameter

array $options optional

The options to for the find

Returns

\Cake\ORM\Query

See Also

\Cake\ORM\Table::find()

getBindingKey() public

getBindingKey()

Gets the name of the field representing the binding field with the target table.

When not manually specified the primary key of the owning side table is used.

Returns

string|string[]

getCascadeCallbacks() public

getCascadeCallbacks()

Gets whether or not cascaded deletes should also fire callbacks.

Returns

bool

getClassName() public

getClassName()

Gets the class name of the target table object.

Returns

string

getConditions() public

getConditions()

Gets a list of conditions to be always included when fetching records from the target association.

Returns

array|\Closure

See Also

\Cake\Database\Query::where()
for examples on the format of the array

getDependent() public

getDependent()

Sets whether the records on the target table are dependent on the source table.

This is primarily used to indicate that records should be removed if the owning record in the source table is deleted.

Returns

bool

getFinder() public

getFinder()

Gets the default finder to use for fetching rows from the target table.

Returns

string|array

getForeignKey() public

getForeignKey()

Gets the name of the field representing the foreign key to the target table.

Returns

string|string[]

getJoinType() public

getJoinType()

Gets the type of join to be used when adding the association to a query.

Returns

string

getName() public

getName()

Gets the name for this association, usually the alias assigned to the target associated table

Returns

string

getProperty() public

getProperty()

Gets the property name that should be filled with data from the target table in the source table record.

Returns

string

getSource() public

getSource()

Gets the table instance for the source side of the association.

Returns

\Cake\ORM\Table

getStrategy() public

getStrategy()

Gets the strategy name to be used to fetch associated records. Keep in mind that some association types might not implement but a default strategy, rendering any changes to this setting void.

Returns

string

getTableLocator() public

getTableLocator()

Gets the table locator.

Returns

\Cake\ORM\Locator\LocatorInterface

getTarget() public

getTarget()

Gets the table instance for the target side of the association.

Returns

\Cake\ORM\Table

isOwningSide() public

isOwningSide(\Cake\ORM\Table $side)

Returns whether or not the passed table is the owning side for this association. This means that rows in the 'target' table would miss important or required information if the row in 'source' did not exist.

Parameters

\Cake\ORM\Table $side

The potential Table with ownership

Returns

bool

requiresKeys() public

requiresKeys(array $options)

Returns true if the eager loading process will require a set of the owning table's binding keys in order to use them as a filter in the finder query.

Parameters

array $options optional

The options containing the strategy to be used.

Returns

bool

true if a list of keys will be required

saveAssociated() public

saveAssociated(\Cake\Datasource\EntityInterface $entity, array $options)

Takes an entity from the source table and looks if there is a field matching the property name for this association. The found entity will be saved on the target table for this association by passing supplied $options

Parameters

\Cake\Datasource\EntityInterface $entity

an entity from the source table

array $options optional

options to be passed to the save method in the target table

Returns

\Cake\Datasource\EntityInterface|false

false if $entity could not be saved, otherwise it returns the saved entity

See Also

\Cake\ORM\Table::save()

setBindingKey() public

setBindingKey(mixed $key)

Sets the name of the field representing the binding field with the target table.

When not manually specified the primary key of the owning side table is used.

Parameters

string|string[] $key

the table field or fields to be used to link both tables together

Returns

$this

setCascadeCallbacks() public

setCascadeCallbacks(bool $cascadeCallbacks)

Sets whether or not cascaded deletes should also fire callbacks.

Parameters

bool $cascadeCallbacks

cascade callbacks switch value

Returns

$this

setClassName() public

setClassName(string $className)

Sets the class name of the target table object.

Parameters

string $className

Class name to set.

Returns

$this

Throws

InvalidArgumentException
In case the class name is set after the target table has been resolved, and it doesn't match the target table's class name.

setConditions() public

setConditions(mixed $conditions)

Sets a list of conditions to be always included when fetching records from the target association.

Parameters

array|\Closure $conditions

list of conditions to be used

Returns

\Cake\ORM\Association

See Also

\Cake\Database\Query::where()
for examples on the format of the array

setDependent() public

setDependent(bool $dependent)

Sets whether the records on the target table are dependent on the source table.

This is primarily used to indicate that records should be removed if the owning record in the source table is deleted.

If no parameters are passed the current setting is returned.

Parameters

bool $dependent

Set the dependent mode. Use null to read the current state.

Returns

$this

setFinder() public

setFinder(mixed $finder)

Sets the default finder to use for fetching rows from the target table.

Parameters

string|array $finder

the finder name to use or array of finder name and option.

Returns

$this

setForeignKey() public

setForeignKey(mixed $key)

Sets the name of the field representing the foreign key to the target table.

Parameters

string|string[] $key

the key or keys to be used to link both tables together

Returns

$this

setJoinType() public

setJoinType(string $type)

Sets the type of join to be used when adding the association to a query.

Parameters

string $type

the join type to be used (e.g. INNER)

Returns

$this

setName() public

setName(string $name)

Sets the name for this association, usually the alias assigned to the target associated table

Parameters

string $name

Name to be assigned

Returns

$this

setProperty() public

setProperty(string $name)

Sets the property name that should be filled with data from the target table in the source table record.

Parameters

string $name

The name of the association property. Use null to read the current value.

Returns

$this

setSource() public

setSource(\Cake\ORM\Table $table)

Sets the table instance for the source side of the association.

Parameters

\Cake\ORM\Table $table

the instance to be assigned as source side

Returns

$this

setStrategy() public

setStrategy(string $name)

Sets the strategy name to be used to fetch associated records. Keep in mind that some association types might not implement but a default strategy, rendering any changes to this setting void.

Parameters

string $name

The strategy type. Use null to read the current value.

Returns

$this

Throws

InvalidArgumentException
When an invalid strategy is provided.

setTableLocator() public

setTableLocator(\Cake\ORM\Locator\LocatorInterface $tableLocator)

Sets the table locator.

Parameters

\Cake\ORM\Locator\LocatorInterface $tableLocator

LocatorInterface instance.

Returns

$this

setTarget() public

setTarget(\Cake\ORM\Table $table)

Sets the table instance for the target side of the association.

Parameters

\Cake\ORM\Table $table

the instance to be assigned as target side

Returns

$this

transformRow() public

transformRow(array $row, string $nestKey, bool $joined, ?string $targetProperty)

Correctly nests a result row associated values into the correct array keys inside the source results.

Parameters

array $row

The row to transform

string $nestKey

The array key under which the results for this association should be found

bool $joined

Whether or not the row is a result of a direct join with this association

string|null $targetProperty optional

The property name in the source results where the association data shuld be nested in. Will use the default one if not provided.

Returns

array

type() public

type()

Get the relationship type.

Returns

string

updateAll() public

updateAll(array $fields, mixed $conditions)

Proxies the update operation to the target table's updateAll method

Parameters

array $fields

A hash of field => new value.

mixed $conditions

Conditions to be used, accepts anything Query::where() can take.

Returns

int

Count Returns the affected rows.

See Also

\Cake\ORM\Table::updateAll()

Property Detail

$_bindingKey protected

The field name in the owning side table that is used to match with the foreignKey

Type

string|string[]

$_cascadeCallbacks protected

Whether or not cascaded deletes should also fire callbacks.

Type

bool

$_className protected

The class name of the target table object

Type

string

$_conditions protected

A list of conditions to be always included when fetching records from the target association

Type

array|\Closure

$_dependent protected

Whether the records on the target table are dependent on the source table, often used to indicate that records should be removed if the owning record in the source table is deleted.

Type

bool

$_finder protected

The default finder name to use for fetching rows from the target table With array value, finder name and default options are allowed.

Type

string|array

$_foreignKey protected

The name of the field representing the foreign key to the table to load

Type

string|string[]

$_joinType protected

The type of join to be used when adding the association to a query

Type

string

$_name protected

Name given to the association, it usually represents the alias assigned to the target associated table

Type

string

$_propertyName protected

The property name that should be filled with data from the target table in the source table record.

Type

string

$_sourceTable protected

Source table instance

Type

\Cake\ORM\Table

$_strategy protected

The strategy name to be used to fetch associated records. Some association types might not implement but one strategy to fetch records.

Type

string

$_tableLocator protected

Table locator instance

Type

\Cake\ORM\Locator\LocatorInterface|null

$_targetTable protected

Target table instance

Type

\Cake\ORM\Table

$_validStrategies protected

Valid strategies for this type of association

Type

string[]

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