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class Load (Details)

namespace: VDM\Joomla\Componentbuilder\Search\Database

@startuml
class Load  #Gold {
  # int $bundle
  # Config $config
  # Table $table
  # Model $model
  # Database $load
  + __construct(?Config $config = null, ?Table $table = null, ...)
  + value(int $id, string $field, ...) : mixed
  + item(int $id, string $table = null) : ?object
  + items(string $table = null, int $bundle) : ?array
  # next(string $table, int $bundle) : int
  # incremental(int $bundle) : int
  # setDatabaseFields(string $table, string $key = 'a', ...) : ?array
}

note right of Load::__construct
  Constructor

  since: 3.2.0
  
  arguments:
    ?Config $config = null
    ?Table $table = null
    ?Model $model = null
    ?Database $load = null
end note

note right of Load::value
  Get a value from a given table
Example: $this->value(23, 'value_key', 'table_name');

  since: 3.2.0
  return: mixed
  
  arguments:
    int $id
    string $field
    string $table = null
end note

note right of Load::item
  Get values from a given table
Example: $this->item(23, 'table_name');

  since: 3.2.0
  return: ?object
end note

note right of Load::items
  Get values from a given table
Example: $this->items('table_name');

  since: 3.2.0
  return: ?array
end note

note right of Load::next
  Get next id to call

  since: 3.2.0
  return: int
end note

note right of Load::incremental
  Get Incremental number where the set starts

  since: 3.2.0
  return: int
end note

note right of Load::setDatabaseFields
  Get Fields ready to use in database call

  since: 3.2.0
  return: ?array
  
  arguments:
    string $table
    string $key = 'a'
    bool $addId = true
end note
 
@enduml

The Power feature in JCB allows you to write PHP classes and their implementations, making it easy to include them in your Joomla project. JCB handles linking, autoloading, namespacing, and folder structure creation for you.

By using the SPK (Super Power Key) in your custom code (replacing the class name in your code with the SPK), JCB will automatically pull the power from the repository into your project. This makes it available in your JCB instance, allowing you to edit it and include the class in your generated Joomla component.

JCB uses placeholders like [[[NamespacePrefix]]] and [[[ComponentNamespace]]] in namespacing to prevent collisions and improve reusability across different JCB systems. You can also set the JCB powers path globally or per component under the Dynamic Integration tab, providing flexibility and easy maintainability.

To add this specific Power to your project in JCB:

simply use this SPK

Super---2dabfb4a_64cd_4c04_9772_4a75f9f3b710---Power

remember to replace the --- with ___ to activate this Power in your code


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