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Phalcon 4 | PHP 7 → Getting another Segmentation Fault error when trying to send conditions to related model in ORM.

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I came across another Segmentation Fault error when trying to run this code:

$example = ExampleModel::findFirst(CONDITIONS_EXAMPLE_HERE)$related_model = $example->getExampleModelName([


In Phalcon 4, it seems that you are unable to use indexed bind parameters and instead have to use named parameters. The following code should work for you:

$example = ExampleModel::findFirst(CONDITIONS_EXAMPLE_HERE)$related_model = $example->getExampleModelName([

Happy Coding!




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