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The AnyGetter aims to allow you to get virtually everything.

Configuration Settings:

  • Label: Label of column
  • Attribute: The name of the attribute you want to get
  • Parameter: A parameter you want to pass to the attribute getter
  • Array Type: If true then the getter will be called on all child result values and the result will be passed up as array.
  • Return last result: Return the last non-empty result even if a child returns an empty result.
  • Forward Attribute: By default, child operators use the original object. By defining a Forward Attribute you can replace the "target" with the result of the forward attribute's getter.
  • Forward Parameter: Same as above.

Additional aspects:

  • If operator has no child element assigned, operator tries to call get<Attribute>(<Parameter>) on the current object.

  • If operator has a child element, it calls get<Attribute> on the value of this child element.

  • If method get<Attribute>() does not exist, operator tries to call method <Attribute>().

  • If Attribute not set or neither of get<Attribute>() and <Attribute>() exist, operator returns child element value without calling any additional method.

  • If the any getter has multiple child elements assigned, whole getter logic is executed to every child element, and it returns an array of result values.

  • If setting Array Type is set and child of operator returns a list of elements (e.g. many-to-many-object relation attribute), operator calls get<Attribute>(<Parameter>) on all value and returns an array of the results.

  • With the Forward Attribute setting, the default principle for getting the data attribute value can be changed. Instead of getting the data attribute value of the main data object, a set Forward Attribute results in calling get<Forward Attribute>(<Forward Attribute>) on the current data object first and then the actual data attribute value is calculated on its result. Thus, his would result in something similar to $object->get<Forward Attribute>(<Forward Attribute>)->get<Child Element>()->get<Attribute>(<Parameter>).