2014-03-30 06:17
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Here is a fairly big object dumped using print_r.


I am trying to change the values of the uploaded_files.

Towards the end of that object you'll see something like

[uploaded_files] => Array ( [attachment] => /home2/magician/public_html/development/testing/wp-content/uploads/wpcf7_uploads/Central-Coast-Montessori-logo.jpg [attachment2] => /home2/magician/public_html/development/testing/wp-content/uploads/wpcf7_uploads/Andrew.jpg )

My code // move the attachments to wpcf7ev temp folder

foreach ($cf7ev_object['uploaded_files'] as $key => $uploaded_file_path) {
    $new_filepath = WPCF7EV_UPLOADS_DIR . '/' . basename($uploaded_file_path);
    wpcf7ev_debug("New file path is {$new_filepath}");
    rename($uploaded_file_path, $new_filepath);
    wpcf7ev_debug("'{$key}'is the KEY for {$uploaded_file_path}");
    $cf7ev_object['uploaded_files'][$key] = $new_filepath; // this is not updating

To loop through it I have been using

    foreach ($cf7ev_object->uploaded_files as $key => $uploaded_file_path) {

and this has worked.

But shouldn't it be

    foreach ($cf7ev_object['uploaded_files'] as $key => $uploaded_file_path) {

? As '->' is for accessing methods?

And specifically I want to update the values of those uploaded_files, so to do that I need to do

        $cf7ev_object['uploaded_files'][$key] = $new_filepath; // this is not updating

? But this doesn't seem to be working.

I think I need to be clear on how to access values in an object.


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  • douque8861 2014-03-30 06:28

    First of all, regarding the single arrow "->" that is how you reference an objects values. But I won't get into that. Since you say it works, $cf7ev_object is obviously an object.

    You say you want to "access the values in the object".


    This will spit out what is in that object. I gather you are a bit of a newbie, so I will try to help you out best I can with the limited data you provided (you may want to expand your question.

    Looping is not a one-shot deal. You can have nested loops and nested loops inside of those. However, it is a resource hog if you're not careful. Here is an exercise that might help you.

    $new_array = array();
    foreach($cf7ev_object->uploaded_files as $key => $value) {
      $new_value = $value;//do something to the $value here
      $new_array[$key] = $new_value;
    //take a look at your work now:

    I hope this helps. Note: your google doc is restricted, public can't see it.. And your question is too vague. Let me know if I can help more.

    If you want to change the object array values instantly you just set it equal to the above loop result:

    $cf7ev_object->uploaded_files = $new_array;
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