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OXID framework has some private and lots of protected functions in it’s classes and often they are hard to debug because of code enryption in PE/EE or hard extendable dataflow inside the functions. Shortly OXID added an extra protection for several core classes to ensure the integrity and safety of the shop, which makes these […]
A module for debugging the module metadata in OXID eShop by @vanilla thunder
Marat implemented a log viewer into his module vt-devutils. See how it works in this blog post
check your logs without leaving OXID backend Whenever something went wrong, the first thing you should do is checking the logs: logs/EXCEPTION_LOG.txt and webserver error log. Usually you have to connect over SSH or FTP to your server, download log files and open/reload the file in a text editor. It takes you about 15-30 seconds […]
OXID loves using protected functions in it’s model classes. E.g. there is getCustomerAlsoBoughtThisProducts() function in oxArticle, which returns articles even if they are not active anymore. Isn’t that cool? lets try to debug this crazy stuff. This function gets it’s sql query for loading also-bought articles from another protected function and returns the article list. […]
Easier e-mail-development with the free module dev-mails that is included in dev-utils
In OXID framework, there are a lot of protected methods that are hard to test and to debug because of the encryption in PE/EE or that can only be found in hardly accessible places.
Have you ever tried to get the value of a config param from oxconfig / oxviewconfig or dump the return value of an OXID function? Its like dancing with an one winged epileptic duck. Usually you had to paste the function call somewhere into a random controller or create a custom controller to call multiple […]
Direct access to OXID framework functions from the admin panel with the module dev-console
Since i’m working with OXID eShop, i started to develop small custom modules, which should help me debuggind and testing some stuff and make my work easier. I started with a small “clear tmp” module, then added some template and checkout debuggig functions.
This is how vt-devutils was born.