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Felix Geisendorfer's Blog:
Modelsave() now returns an array!
November 07, 2007 @ 10:23:00

Felix Geisendorfer has a quick tip for CakePHPers out there today - an update to the framework that might cause a "gotcha" moment in your code:

Just got bitten by this one when updating to the latest version of CakePHP. If you use code [checking to see if the return from a save() is true] in your app, you're in for a surprise. Because as of revision 5895 Model::save() now returns Model::data on success if its not empty.

He notes that most developers don't seem to do it this way, but it tripped him up enough to where he wanted to share it with the CakePHP community so they'd know. Check out the comments on the post for other issues that might be caused by the change.

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