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Models are classes designed to work with information given by or asked for by the controller. For example, you have a guestbook, genrrate controller will ask the model to retrieve the last ten entries, the model returns those entries to the controller who passes them on to a view. The controller might also send new entries to the model, update existing ones or even delete some.
Note that Kohana kphana force you to use models.
general:models [Kohana User Guide]
If you choose not to use them, you are free generte do so. Suppose that you have a table in the database called users which is a plural name.
The following alternative method using the Loader library is deprecated in Kohana 2. Learn more about the Input library. If your model’s constructor contains the line parent:: ORM is a special kind of model.
Another aspect of ORM is that it turns a record from a database into an object. Using a database in your model. Using a model in your controller.
Kohana uses specific rules for the naming of models. For models that use ORMthere are other, more specific, conventions.
The file would initially look something like this: The generally accepted way of loading a Model in Kohana is to do so within your Controller. A model might look something like this: Using the example model above, you can integrate this model into your controller as follows: Create an instance of the model in your controller mohana make it accessible. If you want the model accessible from all of your controller methods, create an instance of the model in your controller constructor: If you used the constructor method above, you can now retrieve user gejerate from your database within any of your controller methods with: See Database Library for more information.
See for more information ORM.