1. giorgi-bulia
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  3. Tuesday, November 23 2021, 03:08 PM
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I need to create url in my custom module. in the end of the url I need to add id, first name and last name of user who is viewing this page. I am using components anywere from Regular labs in this module so [% %] are tags for this plugin.
inside this tags is my url.

[%<;?php $user=JsnHelper::getUser($user_id); echo $user; ?>-<?php $user=JsnHelper::getUser(); echo $user->firstname; ?>-<?php $user=JsnHelper::getUser(); echo $user->lastname; ?>%]

this code creates this url


So firstname and lastname are correct but user ID is not provided. What am I doing wrong?
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giorgi-bulia Accepted Answer
In first post I accidentally wrote <;?php but in my module I have correct code without ;
  1. 4 days ago
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admin Accepted Answer
sorry for late reply.

If you want to get infos of the current logged in user then you can use the function JsnHelper::getUser() without any userid.
  1. 1 day ago
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giorgi-bulia Accepted Answer
Task was changed by little but problem stays active.
I have code below this is responsible to display records of user with ID 164, but as you can see I have added ID of user manually into code. So it displays for everyone records from this user.
But I want to add variable on line 6 where is written 164 which will display ID of user who is viewing this module, so he will see own records and not users with ID 164.

if($params->get('view_what', 'all') == 'author')
$query = $db->getQuery(TRUE);
$query->where('user_id = 164');
$query->where('published = 1');
$query->where('hidden = 0');
$query->where('section_id = ' . $params->get('section_id'));
$ids = $db->loadColumn();
$params->set('view_what', 'all');
  1. 2 hours ago
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giorgi-bulia Accepted Answer
I was able to solve this problem.
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