TariffProfileGridView   A
last analyzed

Complexity

Total Complexity 19

Size/Duplication

Total Lines 131
Duplicated Lines 45.04 %

Coupling/Cohesion

Components 0
Dependencies 4

Test Coverage

Coverage 0%

Importance

Changes 0
Metric Value
wmc 19
lcom 0
cbo 4
dl 59
loc 131
ccs 0
cts 105
cp 0
rs 10
c 0
b 0
f 0

2 Methods

Rating   Name   Duplication   Size   Complexity  
A tariffLink() 0 4 1
F columns() 59 123 18

How to fix   Duplicated Code   

Duplicated Code

Duplicate code is one of the most pungent code smells. A rule that is often used is to re-structure code once it is duplicated in three or more places.

Common duplication problems, and corresponding solutions are:

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<?php
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/**
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 * Finance module for HiPanel
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 *
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 * @link      https://github.com/hiqdev/hipanel-module-finance
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 * @package   hipanel-module-finance
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 * @license   BSD-3-Clause
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 * @copyright Copyright (c) 2015-2019, HiQDev (http://hiqdev.com/)
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 */
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namespace hipanel\modules\finance\grid;
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use hipanel\modules\finance\menus\ProfileActionsMenu;
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use hipanel\modules\finance\models\Tariff;
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use hipanel\modules\finance\models\TariffProfile;
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use hiqdev\yii2\menus\grid\MenuColumn;
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use Yii;
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use yii\helpers\Html;
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class TariffProfileGridView extends \hipanel\grid\BoxedGridView
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{
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    public function columns()
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    {
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        return array_merge(parent::columns(), [
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            'name' => [
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                'class' => 'hipanel\grid\MainColumn',
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                'filterAttribute' => 'name_like',
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                'note' => null,
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                'value' => function (TariffProfile $model) {
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                    if (empty($model->name) || $model->isDefault()) {
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The property name does not exist on object<hipanel\modules\f...e\models\TariffProfile>. Since you implemented __get, maybe consider adding a @property annotation.

Since your code implements the magic getter _get, this function will be called for any read access on an undefined variable. You can add the @property annotation to your class or interface to document the existence of this variable.

<?php

/**
 * @property int $x
 * @property int $y
 * @property string $text
 */
class MyLabel
{
    private $properties;

    private $allowedProperties = array('x', 'y', 'text');

    public function __get($name)
    {
        if (isset($properties[$name]) && in_array($name, $this->allowedProperties)) {
            return $properties[$name];
        } else {
            return null;
        }
    }

    public function __set($name, $value)
    {
        if (in_array($name, $this->allowedProperties)) {
            $properties[$name] = $value;
        } else {
            throw new \LogicException("Property $name is not defined.");
        }
    }

}

If the property has read access only, you can use the @property-read annotation instead.

Of course, you may also just have mistyped another name, in which case you should fix the error.

See also the PhpDoc documentation for @property.

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                        return Yii::t('hipanel.finance.tariffprofile', 'Default');
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                    }
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                    return $model->name;
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The property name does not exist on object<hipanel\modules\f...e\models\TariffProfile>. Since you implemented __get, maybe consider adding a @property annotation.

Since your code implements the magic getter _get, this function will be called for any read access on an undefined variable. You can add the @property annotation to your class or interface to document the existence of this variable.

<?php

/**
 * @property int $x
 * @property int $y
 * @property string $text
 */
class MyLabel
{
    private $properties;

    private $allowedProperties = array('x', 'y', 'text');

    public function __get($name)
    {
        if (isset($properties[$name]) && in_array($name, $this->allowedProperties)) {
            return $properties[$name];
        } else {
            return null;
        }
    }

    public function __set($name, $value)
    {
        if (in_array($name, $this->allowedProperties)) {
            $properties[$name] = $value;
        } else {
            throw new \LogicException("Property $name is not defined.");
        }
    }

}

If the property has read access only, you can use the @property-read annotation instead.

Of course, you may also just have mistyped another name, in which case you should fix the error.

See also the PhpDoc documentation for @property.

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                },
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            ],
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            'tariff_names' => [
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                'filter' => false,
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                'format' => 'raw',
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                'value' => function (TariffProfile $model) {
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                    if (empty($model->tariffs)) {
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The property tariffs does not exist on object<hipanel\modules\f...e\models\TariffProfile>. Since you implemented __get, maybe consider adding a @property annotation.

Since your code implements the magic getter _get, this function will be called for any read access on an undefined variable. You can add the @property annotation to your class or interface to document the existence of this variable.

<?php

/**
 * @property int $x
 * @property int $y
 * @property string $text
 */
class MyLabel
{
    private $properties;

    private $allowedProperties = array('x', 'y', 'text');

    public function __get($name)
    {
        if (isset($properties[$name]) && in_array($name, $this->allowedProperties)) {
            return $properties[$name];
        } else {
            return null;
        }
    }

    public function __set($name, $value)
    {
        if (in_array($name, $this->allowedProperties)) {
            $properties[$name] = $value;
        } else {
            throw new \LogicException("Property $name is not defined.");
        }
    }

}

If the property has read access only, you can use the @property-read annotation instead.

Of course, you may also just have mistyped another name, in which case you should fix the error.

See also the PhpDoc documentation for @property.

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                        return '';
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                    }
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                    foreach ($model->tariffs as $type => $values) {
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The property tariffs does not exist on object<hipanel\modules\f...e\models\TariffProfile>. Since you implemented __get, maybe consider adding a @property annotation.

Since your code implements the magic getter _get, this function will be called for any read access on an undefined variable. You can add the @property annotation to your class or interface to document the existence of this variable.

<?php

/**
 * @property int $x
 * @property int $y
 * @property string $text
 */
class MyLabel
{
    private $properties;

    private $allowedProperties = array('x', 'y', 'text');

    public function __get($name)
    {
        if (isset($properties[$name]) && in_array($name, $this->allowedProperties)) {
            return $properties[$name];
        } else {
            return null;
        }
    }

    public function __set($name, $value)
    {
        if (in_array($name, $this->allowedProperties)) {
            $properties[$name] = $value;
        } else {
            throw new \LogicException("Property $name is not defined.");
        }
    }

}

If the property has read access only, you can use the @property-read annotation instead.

Of course, you may also just have mistyped another name, in which case you should fix the error.

See also the PhpDoc documentation for @property.

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                        if (empty($values)) {
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                            continue;
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                        }
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                        $links = [];
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                        foreach ($values as $id => $name) {
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                            $links[$id] = $this->tariffLink($id, $name);
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                        }
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                        $tariffs[$type] = $model->getAttributeLabel($type) . ': ' . implode(', ', $links);
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Coding Style Comprehensibility introduced by Yurii Myronchuk
$tariffs was never initialized. Although not strictly required by PHP, it is generally a good practice to add $tariffs = array(); before regardless.

Adding an explicit array definition is generally preferable to implicit array definition as it guarantees a stable state of the code.

Let’s take a look at an example:

foreach ($collection as $item) {
    $myArray['foo'] = $item->getFoo();

    if ($item->hasBar()) {
        $myArray['bar'] = $item->getBar();
    }

    // do something with $myArray
}

As you can see in this example, the array $myArray is initialized the first time when the foreach loop is entered. You can also see that the value of the bar key is only written conditionally; thus, its value might result from a previous iteration.

This might or might not be intended. To make your intention clear, your code more readible and to avoid accidental bugs, we recommend to add an explicit initialization $myArray = array() either outside or inside the foreach loop.

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                    }
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                    return implode('<br>', $tariffs);
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The variable $tariffs does not seem to be defined for all execution paths leading up to this point.

If you define a variable conditionally, it can happen that it is not defined for all execution paths.

Let’s take a look at an example:

function myFunction($a) {
    switch ($a) {
        case 'foo':
            $x = 1;
            break;

        case 'bar':
            $x = 2;
            break;
    }

    // $x is potentially undefined here.
    echo $x;
}

In the above example, the variable $x is defined if you pass “foo” or “bar” as argument for $a. However, since the switch statement has no default case statement, if you pass any other value, the variable $x would be undefined.

Available Fixes

  1. Check for existence of the variable explicitly:

    function myFunction($a) {
        switch ($a) {
            case 'foo':
                $x = 1;
                break;
    
            case 'bar':
                $x = 2;
                break;
        }
    
        if (isset($x)) { // Make sure it's always set.
            echo $x;
        }
    }
    
  2. Define a default value for the variable:

    function myFunction($a) {
        $x = ''; // Set a default which gets overridden for certain paths.
        switch ($a) {
            case 'foo':
                $x = 1;
                break;
    
            case 'bar':
                $x = 2;
                break;
        }
    
        echo $x;
    }
    
  3. Add a value for the missing path:

    function myFunction($a) {
        switch ($a) {
            case 'foo':
                $x = 1;
                break;
    
            case 'bar':
                $x = 2;
                break;
    
            // We add support for the missing case.
            default:
                $x = '';
                break;
        }
    
        echo $x;
    }
    
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                },
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            ],
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            'domain_tariff' => [
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                'attribute' => 'domain',
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                'format' => 'raw',
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                'value' => function (TariffProfile $model) {
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This code seems to be duplicated across your project.

Duplicated code is one of the most pungent code smells. If you need to duplicate the same code in three or more different places, we strongly encourage you to look into extracting the code into a single class or operation.

You can also find more detailed suggestions in the “Code” section of your repository.

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                    if (empty($model->domain)) {
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The property domain does not exist on object<hipanel\modules\f...e\models\TariffProfile>. Since you implemented __get, maybe consider adding a @property annotation.

Since your code implements the magic getter _get, this function will be called for any read access on an undefined variable. You can add the @property annotation to your class or interface to document the existence of this variable.

<?php

/**
 * @property int $x
 * @property int $y
 * @property string $text
 */
class MyLabel
{
    private $properties;

    private $allowedProperties = array('x', 'y', 'text');

    public function __get($name)
    {
        if (isset($properties[$name]) && in_array($name, $this->allowedProperties)) {
            return $properties[$name];
        } else {
            return null;
        }
    }

    public function __set($name, $value)
    {
        if (in_array($name, $this->allowedProperties)) {
            $properties[$name] = $value;
        } else {
            throw new \LogicException("Property $name is not defined.");
        }
    }

}

If the property has read access only, you can use the @property-read annotation instead.

Of course, you may also just have mistyped another name, in which case you should fix the error.

See also the PhpDoc documentation for @property.

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                        return '';
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                    }
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                    return $this->tariffLink($model->domain, $model->tariff_names[$model->domain]);
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The property domain does not exist on object<hipanel\modules\f...e\models\TariffProfile>. Since you implemented __get, maybe consider adding a @property annotation.

Since your code implements the magic getter _get, this function will be called for any read access on an undefined variable. You can add the @property annotation to your class or interface to document the existence of this variable.

<?php

/**
 * @property int $x
 * @property int $y
 * @property string $text
 */
class MyLabel
{
    private $properties;

    private $allowedProperties = array('x', 'y', 'text');

    public function __get($name)
    {
        if (isset($properties[$name]) && in_array($name, $this->allowedProperties)) {
            return $properties[$name];
        } else {
            return null;
        }
    }

    public function __set($name, $value)
    {
        if (in_array($name, $this->allowedProperties)) {
            $properties[$name] = $value;
        } else {
            throw new \LogicException("Property $name is not defined.");
        }
    }

}

If the property has read access only, you can use the @property-read annotation instead.

Of course, you may also just have mistyped another name, in which case you should fix the error.

See also the PhpDoc documentation for @property.

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The property tariff_names does not exist on object<hipanel\modules\f...e\models\TariffProfile>. Since you implemented __get, maybe consider adding a @property annotation.

Since your code implements the magic getter _get, this function will be called for any read access on an undefined variable. You can add the @property annotation to your class or interface to document the existence of this variable.

<?php

/**
 * @property int $x
 * @property int $y
 * @property string $text
 */
class MyLabel
{
    private $properties;

    private $allowedProperties = array('x', 'y', 'text');

    public function __get($name)
    {
        if (isset($properties[$name]) && in_array($name, $this->allowedProperties)) {
            return $properties[$name];
        } else {
            return null;
        }
    }

    public function __set($name, $value)
    {
        if (in_array($name, $this->allowedProperties)) {
            $properties[$name] = $value;
        } else {
            throw new \LogicException("Property $name is not defined.");
        }
    }

}

If the property has read access only, you can use the @property-read annotation instead.

Of course, you may also just have mistyped another name, in which case you should fix the error.

See also the PhpDoc documentation for @property.

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                },
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            ],
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            'certificate_tariff' => [
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                'attribute' => 'certificate',
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                'format' => 'raw',
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                'value' => function (TariffProfile $model) {
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This code seems to be duplicated across your project.

Duplicated code is one of the most pungent code smells. If you need to duplicate the same code in three or more different places, we strongly encourage you to look into extracting the code into a single class or operation.

You can also find more detailed suggestions in the “Code” section of your repository.

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                    if (empty($model->certificate)) {
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The property certificate does not exist on object<hipanel\modules\f...e\models\TariffProfile>. Since you implemented __get, maybe consider adding a @property annotation.

Since your code implements the magic getter _get, this function will be called for any read access on an undefined variable. You can add the @property annotation to your class or interface to document the existence of this variable.

<?php

/**
 * @property int $x
 * @property int $y
 * @property string $text
 */
class MyLabel
{
    private $properties;

    private $allowedProperties = array('x', 'y', 'text');

    public function __get($name)
    {
        if (isset($properties[$name]) && in_array($name, $this->allowedProperties)) {
            return $properties[$name];
        } else {
            return null;
        }
    }

    public function __set($name, $value)
    {
        if (in_array($name, $this->allowedProperties)) {
            $properties[$name] = $value;
        } else {
            throw new \LogicException("Property $name is not defined.");
        }
    }

}

If the property has read access only, you can use the @property-read annotation instead.

Of course, you may also just have mistyped another name, in which case you should fix the error.

See also the PhpDoc documentation for @property.

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                        return '';
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                    }
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                    return $this->tariffLink($model->certificate, $model->tariff_names[$model->certificate]);
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The property certificate does not exist on object<hipanel\modules\f...e\models\TariffProfile>. Since you implemented __get, maybe consider adding a @property annotation.

Since your code implements the magic getter _get, this function will be called for any read access on an undefined variable. You can add the @property annotation to your class or interface to document the existence of this variable.

<?php

/**
 * @property int $x
 * @property int $y
 * @property string $text
 */
class MyLabel
{
    private $properties;

    private $allowedProperties = array('x', 'y', 'text');

    public function __get($name)
    {
        if (isset($properties[$name]) && in_array($name, $this->allowedProperties)) {
            return $properties[$name];
        } else {
            return null;
        }
    }

    public function __set($name, $value)
    {
        if (in_array($name, $this->allowedProperties)) {
            $properties[$name] = $value;
        } else {
            throw new \LogicException("Property $name is not defined.");
        }
    }

}

If the property has read access only, you can use the @property-read annotation instead.

Of course, you may also just have mistyped another name, in which case you should fix the error.

See also the PhpDoc documentation for @property.

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Documentation introduced by Yurii Myronchuk
The property tariff_names does not exist on object<hipanel\modules\f...e\models\TariffProfile>. Since you implemented __get, maybe consider adding a @property annotation.

Since your code implements the magic getter _get, this function will be called for any read access on an undefined variable. You can add the @property annotation to your class or interface to document the existence of this variable.

<?php

/**
 * @property int $x
 * @property int $y
 * @property string $text
 */
class MyLabel
{
    private $properties;

    private $allowedProperties = array('x', 'y', 'text');

    public function __get($name)
    {
        if (isset($properties[$name]) && in_array($name, $this->allowedProperties)) {
            return $properties[$name];
        } else {
            return null;
        }
    }

    public function __set($name, $value)
    {
        if (in_array($name, $this->allowedProperties)) {
            $properties[$name] = $value;
        } else {
            throw new \LogicException("Property $name is not defined.");
        }
    }

}

If the property has read access only, you can use the @property-read annotation instead.

Of course, you may also just have mistyped another name, in which case you should fix the error.

See also the PhpDoc documentation for @property.

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                },
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            ],
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            'svds_tariff' => [
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                'attribute' => 'svds',
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                'format' => 'raw',
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                'value' => function (TariffProfile $model) {
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This code seems to be duplicated across your project.

Duplicated code is one of the most pungent code smells. If you need to duplicate the same code in three or more different places, we strongly encourage you to look into extracting the code into a single class or operation.

You can also find more detailed suggestions in the “Code” section of your repository.

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                    if (empty($model->tariffs)) {
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The property tariffs does not exist on object<hipanel\modules\f...e\models\TariffProfile>. Since you implemented __get, maybe consider adding a @property annotation.

Since your code implements the magic getter _get, this function will be called for any read access on an undefined variable. You can add the @property annotation to your class or interface to document the existence of this variable.

<?php

/**
 * @property int $x
 * @property int $y
 * @property string $text
 */
class MyLabel
{
    private $properties;

    private $allowedProperties = array('x', 'y', 'text');

    public function __get($name)
    {
        if (isset($properties[$name]) && in_array($name, $this->allowedProperties)) {
            return $properties[$name];
        } else {
            return null;
        }
    }

    public function __set($name, $value)
    {
        if (in_array($name, $this->allowedProperties)) {
            $properties[$name] = $value;
        } else {
            throw new \LogicException("Property $name is not defined.");
        }
    }

}

If the property has read access only, you can use the @property-read annotation instead.

Of course, you may also just have mistyped another name, in which case you should fix the error.

See also the PhpDoc documentation for @property.

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                        return '';
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                    }
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                    if (empty($model->tariffs[Tariff::TYPE_XEN])) {
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Documentation introduced by Yurii Myronchuk
The property tariffs does not exist on object<hipanel\modules\f...e\models\TariffProfile>. Since you implemented __get, maybe consider adding a @property annotation.

Since your code implements the magic getter _get, this function will be called for any read access on an undefined variable. You can add the @property annotation to your class or interface to document the existence of this variable.

<?php

/**
 * @property int $x
 * @property int $y
 * @property string $text
 */
class MyLabel
{
    private $properties;

    private $allowedProperties = array('x', 'y', 'text');

    public function __get($name)
    {
        if (isset($properties[$name]) && in_array($name, $this->allowedProperties)) {
            return $properties[$name];
        } else {
            return null;
        }
    }

    public function __set($name, $value)
    {
        if (in_array($name, $this->allowedProperties)) {
            $properties[$name] = $value;
        } else {
            throw new \LogicException("Property $name is not defined.");
        }
    }

}

If the property has read access only, you can use the @property-read annotation instead.

Of course, you may also just have mistyped another name, in which case you should fix the error.

See also the PhpDoc documentation for @property.

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                        return '';
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                    }
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                    foreach ($model->tariffs[Tariff::TYPE_XEN] as $id => $name) {
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The property tariffs does not exist on object<hipanel\modules\f...e\models\TariffProfile>. Since you implemented __get, maybe consider adding a @property annotation.

Since your code implements the magic getter _get, this function will be called for any read access on an undefined variable. You can add the @property annotation to your class or interface to document the existence of this variable.

<?php

/**
 * @property int $x
 * @property int $y
 * @property string $text
 */
class MyLabel
{
    private $properties;

    private $allowedProperties = array('x', 'y', 'text');

    public function __get($name)
    {
        if (isset($properties[$name]) && in_array($name, $this->allowedProperties)) {
            return $properties[$name];
        } else {
            return null;
        }
    }

    public function __set($name, $value)
    {
        if (in_array($name, $this->allowedProperties)) {
            $properties[$name] = $value;
        } else {
            throw new \LogicException("Property $name is not defined.");
        }
    }

}

If the property has read access only, you can use the @property-read annotation instead.

Of course, you may also just have mistyped another name, in which case you should fix the error.

See also the PhpDoc documentation for @property.

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                        $links[$id] = $this->tariffLink($id, $name);
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Coding Style Comprehensibility introduced by Yurii Myronchuk
$links was never initialized. Although not strictly required by PHP, it is generally a good practice to add $links = array(); before regardless.

Adding an explicit array definition is generally preferable to implicit array definition as it guarantees a stable state of the code.

Let’s take a look at an example:

foreach ($collection as $item) {
    $myArray['foo'] = $item->getFoo();

    if ($item->hasBar()) {
        $myArray['bar'] = $item->getBar();
    }

    // do something with $myArray
}

As you can see in this example, the array $myArray is initialized the first time when the foreach loop is entered. You can also see that the value of the bar key is only written conditionally; thus, its value might result from a previous iteration.

This might or might not be intended. To make your intention clear, your code more readible and to avoid accidental bugs, we recommend to add an explicit initialization $myArray = array() either outside or inside the foreach loop.

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                    }
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                    return implode(', ', $links);
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Bug introduced by Yurii Myronchuk
The variable $links does not seem to be defined for all execution paths leading up to this point.

If you define a variable conditionally, it can happen that it is not defined for all execution paths.

Let’s take a look at an example:

function myFunction($a) {
    switch ($a) {
        case 'foo':
            $x = 1;
            break;

        case 'bar':
            $x = 2;
            break;
    }

    // $x is potentially undefined here.
    echo $x;
}

In the above example, the variable $x is defined if you pass “foo” or “bar” as argument for $a. However, since the switch statement has no default case statement, if you pass any other value, the variable $x would be undefined.

Available Fixes

  1. Check for existence of the variable explicitly:

    function myFunction($a) {
        switch ($a) {
            case 'foo':
                $x = 1;
                break;
    
            case 'bar':
                $x = 2;
                break;
        }
    
        if (isset($x)) { // Make sure it's always set.
            echo $x;
        }
    }
    
  2. Define a default value for the variable:

    function myFunction($a) {
        $x = ''; // Set a default which gets overridden for certain paths.
        switch ($a) {
            case 'foo':
                $x = 1;
                break;
    
            case 'bar':
                $x = 2;
                break;
        }
    
        echo $x;
    }
    
  3. Add a value for the missing path:

    function myFunction($a) {
        switch ($a) {
            case 'foo':
                $x = 1;
                break;
    
            case 'bar':
                $x = 2;
                break;
    
            // We add support for the missing case.
            default:
                $x = '';
                break;
        }
    
        echo $x;
    }
    
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                },
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            ],
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            'ovds_tariff' => [
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                'attribute' => 'ovds',
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                'format' => 'raw',
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                'value' => function (TariffProfile $model) {
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This code seems to be duplicated across your project.

Duplicated code is one of the most pungent code smells. If you need to duplicate the same code in three or more different places, we strongly encourage you to look into extracting the code into a single class or operation.

You can also find more detailed suggestions in the “Code” section of your repository.

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                    if (empty($model->tariffs)) {
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The property tariffs does not exist on object<hipanel\modules\f...e\models\TariffProfile>. Since you implemented __get, maybe consider adding a @property annotation.

Since your code implements the magic getter _get, this function will be called for any read access on an undefined variable. You can add the @property annotation to your class or interface to document the existence of this variable.

<?php

/**
 * @property int $x
 * @property int $y
 * @property string $text
 */
class MyLabel
{
    private $properties;

    private $allowedProperties = array('x', 'y', 'text');

    public function __get($name)
    {
        if (isset($properties[$name]) && in_array($name, $this->allowedProperties)) {
            return $properties[$name];
        } else {
            return null;
        }
    }

    public function __set($name, $value)
    {
        if (in_array($name, $this->allowedProperties)) {
            $properties[$name] = $value;
        } else {
            throw new \LogicException("Property $name is not defined.");
        }
    }

}

If the property has read access only, you can use the @property-read annotation instead.

Of course, you may also just have mistyped another name, in which case you should fix the error.

See also the PhpDoc documentation for @property.

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                        return '';
107
                    }
108
109
                    if (empty($model->tariffs[Tariff::TYPE_OPENVZ])) {
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Documentation introduced by Yurii Myronchuk
The property tariffs does not exist on object<hipanel\modules\f...e\models\TariffProfile>. Since you implemented __get, maybe consider adding a @property annotation.

Since your code implements the magic getter _get, this function will be called for any read access on an undefined variable. You can add the @property annotation to your class or interface to document the existence of this variable.

<?php

/**
 * @property int $x
 * @property int $y
 * @property string $text
 */
class MyLabel
{
    private $properties;

    private $allowedProperties = array('x', 'y', 'text');

    public function __get($name)
    {
        if (isset($properties[$name]) && in_array($name, $this->allowedProperties)) {
            return $properties[$name];
        } else {
            return null;
        }
    }

    public function __set($name, $value)
    {
        if (in_array($name, $this->allowedProperties)) {
            $properties[$name] = $value;
        } else {
            throw new \LogicException("Property $name is not defined.");
        }
    }

}

If the property has read access only, you can use the @property-read annotation instead.

Of course, you may also just have mistyped another name, in which case you should fix the error.

See also the PhpDoc documentation for @property.

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                        return '';
111
                    }
112
113
                    foreach ($model->tariffs[Tariff::TYPE_OPENVZ] as $id => $name) {
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The property tariffs does not exist on object<hipanel\modules\f...e\models\TariffProfile>. Since you implemented __get, maybe consider adding a @property annotation.

Since your code implements the magic getter _get, this function will be called for any read access on an undefined variable. You can add the @property annotation to your class or interface to document the existence of this variable.

<?php

/**
 * @property int $x
 * @property int $y
 * @property string $text
 */
class MyLabel
{
    private $properties;

    private $allowedProperties = array('x', 'y', 'text');

    public function __get($name)
    {
        if (isset($properties[$name]) && in_array($name, $this->allowedProperties)) {
            return $properties[$name];
        } else {
            return null;
        }
    }

    public function __set($name, $value)
    {
        if (in_array($name, $this->allowedProperties)) {
            $properties[$name] = $value;
        } else {
            throw new \LogicException("Property $name is not defined.");
        }
    }

}

If the property has read access only, you can use the @property-read annotation instead.

Of course, you may also just have mistyped another name, in which case you should fix the error.

See also the PhpDoc documentation for @property.

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                        $links[$id] = $this->tariffLink($id, $name);
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$links was never initialized. Although not strictly required by PHP, it is generally a good practice to add $links = array(); before regardless.

Adding an explicit array definition is generally preferable to implicit array definition as it guarantees a stable state of the code.

Let’s take a look at an example:

foreach ($collection as $item) {
    $myArray['foo'] = $item->getFoo();

    if ($item->hasBar()) {
        $myArray['bar'] = $item->getBar();
    }

    // do something with $myArray
}

As you can see in this example, the array $myArray is initialized the first time when the foreach loop is entered. You can also see that the value of the bar key is only written conditionally; thus, its value might result from a previous iteration.

This might or might not be intended. To make your intention clear, your code more readible and to avoid accidental bugs, we recommend to add an explicit initialization $myArray = array() either outside or inside the foreach loop.

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                    }
116
117
                    return implode(', ', $links);
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The variable $links does not seem to be defined for all execution paths leading up to this point.

If you define a variable conditionally, it can happen that it is not defined for all execution paths.

Let’s take a look at an example:

function myFunction($a) {
    switch ($a) {
        case 'foo':
            $x = 1;
            break;

        case 'bar':
            $x = 2;
            break;
    }

    // $x is potentially undefined here.
    echo $x;
}

In the above example, the variable $x is defined if you pass “foo” or “bar” as argument for $a. However, since the switch statement has no default case statement, if you pass any other value, the variable $x would be undefined.

Available Fixes

  1. Check for existence of the variable explicitly:

    function myFunction($a) {
        switch ($a) {
            case 'foo':
                $x = 1;
                break;
    
            case 'bar':
                $x = 2;
                break;
        }
    
        if (isset($x)) { // Make sure it's always set.
            echo $x;
        }
    }
    
  2. Define a default value for the variable:

    function myFunction($a) {
        $x = ''; // Set a default which gets overridden for certain paths.
        switch ($a) {
            case 'foo':
                $x = 1;
                break;
    
            case 'bar':
                $x = 2;
                break;
        }
    
        echo $x;
    }
    
  3. Add a value for the missing path:

    function myFunction($a) {
        switch ($a) {
            case 'foo':
                $x = 1;
                break;
    
            case 'bar':
                $x = 2;
                break;
    
            // We add support for the missing case.
            default:
                $x = '';
                break;
        }
    
        echo $x;
    }
    
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                },
119
            ],
120
            'server_tariff' => [
121
                'attribute' => 'server',
122
                'format' => 'raw',
123 View Code Duplication
                'value' => function (TariffProfile $model) {
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Duplication introduced by Yurii Myronchuk
This code seems to be duplicated across your project.

Duplicated code is one of the most pungent code smells. If you need to duplicate the same code in three or more different places, we strongly encourage you to look into extracting the code into a single class or operation.

You can also find more detailed suggestions in the “Code” section of your repository.

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                    if (empty($model->tariffs)) {
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Documentation introduced by Yurii Myronchuk
The property tariffs does not exist on object<hipanel\modules\f...e\models\TariffProfile>. Since you implemented __get, maybe consider adding a @property annotation.

Since your code implements the magic getter _get, this function will be called for any read access on an undefined variable. You can add the @property annotation to your class or interface to document the existence of this variable.

<?php

/**
 * @property int $x
 * @property int $y
 * @property string $text
 */
class MyLabel
{
    private $properties;

    private $allowedProperties = array('x', 'y', 'text');

    public function __get($name)
    {
        if (isset($properties[$name]) && in_array($name, $this->allowedProperties)) {
            return $properties[$name];
        } else {
            return null;
        }
    }

    public function __set($name, $value)
    {
        if (in_array($name, $this->allowedProperties)) {
            $properties[$name] = $value;
        } else {
            throw new \LogicException("Property $name is not defined.");
        }
    }

}

If the property has read access only, you can use the @property-read annotation instead.

Of course, you may also just have mistyped another name, in which case you should fix the error.

See also the PhpDoc documentation for @property.

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                        return '';
126
                    }
127
128
                    if (empty($model->tariffs[Tariff::TYPE_SERVER])) {
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Documentation introduced by Yurii Myronchuk
The property tariffs does not exist on object<hipanel\modules\f...e\models\TariffProfile>. Since you implemented __get, maybe consider adding a @property annotation.

Since your code implements the magic getter _get, this function will be called for any read access on an undefined variable. You can add the @property annotation to your class or interface to document the existence of this variable.

<?php

/**
 * @property int $x
 * @property int $y
 * @property string $text
 */
class MyLabel
{
    private $properties;

    private $allowedProperties = array('x', 'y', 'text');

    public function __get($name)
    {
        if (isset($properties[$name]) && in_array($name, $this->allowedProperties)) {
            return $properties[$name];
        } else {
            return null;
        }
    }

    public function __set($name, $value)
    {
        if (in_array($name, $this->allowedProperties)) {
            $properties[$name] = $value;
        } else {
            throw new \LogicException("Property $name is not defined.");
        }
    }

}

If the property has read access only, you can use the @property-read annotation instead.

Of course, you may also just have mistyped another name, in which case you should fix the error.

See also the PhpDoc documentation for @property.

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                        return '';
130
                    }
131
132
                    foreach ($model->tariffs[Tariff::TYPE_SERVER] as $id => $name) {
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Documentation introduced by Yurii Myronchuk
The property tariffs does not exist on object<hipanel\modules\f...e\models\TariffProfile>. Since you implemented __get, maybe consider adding a @property annotation.

Since your code implements the magic getter _get, this function will be called for any read access on an undefined variable. You can add the @property annotation to your class or interface to document the existence of this variable.

<?php

/**
 * @property int $x
 * @property int $y
 * @property string $text
 */
class MyLabel
{
    private $properties;

    private $allowedProperties = array('x', 'y', 'text');

    public function __get($name)
    {
        if (isset($properties[$name]) && in_array($name, $this->allowedProperties)) {
            return $properties[$name];
        } else {
            return null;
        }
    }

    public function __set($name, $value)
    {
        if (in_array($name, $this->allowedProperties)) {
            $properties[$name] = $value;
        } else {
            throw new \LogicException("Property $name is not defined.");
        }
    }

}

If the property has read access only, you can use the @property-read annotation instead.

Of course, you may also just have mistyped another name, in which case you should fix the error.

See also the PhpDoc documentation for @property.

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                        $links[$id] = $this->tariffLink($id, $name);
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Coding Style Comprehensibility introduced by Yurii Myronchuk
$links was never initialized. Although not strictly required by PHP, it is generally a good practice to add $links = array(); before regardless.

Adding an explicit array definition is generally preferable to implicit array definition as it guarantees a stable state of the code.

Let’s take a look at an example:

foreach ($collection as $item) {
    $myArray['foo'] = $item->getFoo();

    if ($item->hasBar()) {
        $myArray['bar'] = $item->getBar();
    }

    // do something with $myArray
}

As you can see in this example, the array $myArray is initialized the first time when the foreach loop is entered. You can also see that the value of the bar key is only written conditionally; thus, its value might result from a previous iteration.

This might or might not be intended. To make your intention clear, your code more readible and to avoid accidental bugs, we recommend to add an explicit initialization $myArray = array() either outside or inside the foreach loop.

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                    }
135
136
                    return implode(', ', $links);
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The variable $links does not seem to be defined for all execution paths leading up to this point.

If you define a variable conditionally, it can happen that it is not defined for all execution paths.

Let’s take a look at an example:

function myFunction($a) {
    switch ($a) {
        case 'foo':
            $x = 1;
            break;

        case 'bar':
            $x = 2;
            break;
    }

    // $x is potentially undefined here.
    echo $x;
}

In the above example, the variable $x is defined if you pass “foo” or “bar” as argument for $a. However, since the switch statement has no default case statement, if you pass any other value, the variable $x would be undefined.

Available Fixes

  1. Check for existence of the variable explicitly:

    function myFunction($a) {
        switch ($a) {
            case 'foo':
                $x = 1;
                break;
    
            case 'bar':
                $x = 2;
                break;
        }
    
        if (isset($x)) { // Make sure it's always set.
            echo $x;
        }
    }
    
  2. Define a default value for the variable:

    function myFunction($a) {
        $x = ''; // Set a default which gets overridden for certain paths.
        switch ($a) {
            case 'foo':
                $x = 1;
                break;
    
            case 'bar':
                $x = 2;
                break;
        }
    
        echo $x;
    }
    
  3. Add a value for the missing path:

    function myFunction($a) {
        switch ($a) {
            case 'foo':
                $x = 1;
                break;
    
            case 'bar':
                $x = 2;
                break;
    
            // We add support for the missing case.
            default:
                $x = '';
                break;
        }
    
        echo $x;
    }
    
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                },
138
            ],
139
            'actions' => [
140
                'class' => MenuColumn::class,
141
                'menuClass' => ProfileActionsMenu::class,
142
            ],
143
        ]);
144
    }
145
146
    protected function tariffLink($id, $name)
147
    {
148
        return Html::a($name, ['@tariff/view', 'id' => $id]);
149
    }
150
}
151