Пример #1
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 /**
  * Populates the object using an array.
  *
  * This is particularly useful when populating an object from one of the
  * request arrays (e.g. $_POST).  This method goes through the column
  * names, checking to see whether a matching key exists in populated
  * array. If so the setByName() method is called for that column.
  *
  * You can specify the key type of the array by additionally passing one
  * of the class type constants BasePeer::TYPE_PHPNAME, BasePeer::TYPE_STUDLYPHPNAME,
  * BasePeer::TYPE_COLNAME, BasePeer::TYPE_FIELDNAME, BasePeer::TYPE_NUM.
  * The default key type is the column's BasePeer::TYPE_PHPNAME
  *
  * @param array  $arr     An array to populate the object from.
  * @param string $keyType The type of keys the array uses.
  * @return void
  */
 public function fromArray($arr, $keyType = BasePeer::TYPE_PHPNAME)
 {
     $keys = LeasingLeadBadgesPeer::getFieldNames($keyType);
     if (array_key_exists($keys[0], $arr)) {
         $this->setId($arr[$keys[0]]);
     }
     if (array_key_exists($keys[1], $arr)) {
         $this->setBadgeId($arr[$keys[1]]);
     }
     if (array_key_exists($keys[2], $arr)) {
         $this->setLeadTypeId($arr[$keys[2]]);
     }
     if (array_key_exists($keys[3], $arr)) {
         $this->setLeadId($arr[$keys[3]]);
     }
     if (array_key_exists($keys[4], $arr)) {
         $this->setStatus($arr[$keys[4]]);
     }
 }
 /**
  * Retrieve multiple objects by pkey.
  *
  * @param      array $pks List of primary keys
  * @param      PropelPDO $con the connection to use
  * @return LeasingLeadBadges[]
  * @throws PropelException Any exceptions caught during processing will be
  *		 rethrown wrapped into a PropelException.
  */
 public static function retrieveByPKs($pks, PropelPDO $con = null)
 {
     if ($con === null) {
         $con = Propel::getConnection(LeasingLeadBadgesPeer::DATABASE_NAME, Propel::CONNECTION_READ);
     }
     $objs = null;
     if (empty($pks)) {
         $objs = array();
     } else {
         $criteria = new Criteria(LeasingLeadBadgesPeer::DATABASE_NAME);
         $criteria->add(LeasingLeadBadgesPeer::ID, $pks, Criteria::IN);
         $objs = LeasingLeadBadgesPeer::doSelect($criteria, $con);
     }
     return $objs;
 }
 /**
  * Find object by primary key using raw SQL to go fast.
  * Bypass doSelect() and the object formatter by using generated code.
  *
  * @param     mixed $key Primary key to use for the query
  * @param     PropelPDO $con A connection object
  *
  * @return                 LeasingLeadBadges A model object, or null if the key is not found
  * @throws PropelException
  */
 protected function findPkSimple($key, $con)
 {
     $sql = 'SELECT `id`, `badge_id`, `lead_type_id`, `lead_id`, `status` FROM `lead_badges` WHERE `id` = :p0';
     try {
         $stmt = $con->prepare($sql);
         $stmt->bindValue(':p0', $key, PDO::PARAM_INT);
         $stmt->execute();
     } catch (Exception $e) {
         Propel::log($e->getMessage(), Propel::LOG_ERR);
         throw new PropelException(sprintf('Unable to execute SELECT statement [%s]', $sql), $e);
     }
     $obj = null;
     if ($row = $stmt->fetch(PDO::FETCH_NUM)) {
         $obj = new LeasingLeadBadges();
         $obj->hydrate($row);
         LeasingLeadBadgesPeer::addInstanceToPool($obj, (string) $key);
     }
     $stmt->closeCursor();
     return $obj;
 }