|//this would probably be in a library or model|
|'type' => $type,|
|'datetime' => 'now()',|
|//set the hook|
|$this->ion_auth->set_hook('post_register', 'add_meta', 'activity', 'add', array('user_added'));|
|//after this is called the hook will be executed automatically|
I keep getting the " Using $this when not in object context" error when trying to call the set_hook from my controller.
The script chokes on the "foreach($this->meta_cols as $cols)" line when called with the set_hook function.
Change your controller to something like this, note the way the class is passed:
Is there a way for me to pass data in the present ion-auth function into my own function? i want to hash both the activation code and the id found in the link sent to user's email addresses, in order to activate their account. Then inside the activate (inside ion-auth-model) i want to 'un-hash' it so that ion-auth flow can continue as normal..
please guide me?