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Overriding MysqliManager Not Working

Question asked by hats on Jul 26, 2017
Latest reply on Aug 9, 2017 by hats

Hello Folks,

 

I was working on database password encryption in config.php file and wanted to extend MysqliManager.php file under include/database to custom/include/database/CustomMysqliManager.php but whenever I am replacing 'MysqliManager' in 'db_manager' to 'CustomMysqliManager', it is giving error and application is not loading.

PHP Fatal error:  Call to a member function setOptions() on null in project\test\include\database\DBManagerFactory.php on line 133

I have done this before in 7.6 but currently I am working on 7.8.2.0 and I am not sure if anything has changed in this version or if I need to define my custom class in any other location as well.

I even tried with following but no luck.

 

require_once('include/database/MysqliManager.php');

class CustomMysqliManager extends MysqliManager

{

   public function __construct()

   {

      parent::__construct();

   }

}

 

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

 

Regards.

Hats

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