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Posted on 04/17/2009 at 01:32 pm by Kevin Wentworth
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I thought there was an error in the paginator view helper. All of a sudden I could only sort a field ascending. I (again) did a little research and came across a great thread on the CakePHP Google Group (here). Basically, as of 1.2.8120, you need (or should) specify the ModelName in your sort() function. I had only been doing sort('id'), sort('name'). Now I am doing sort('ID', 'ModelName.id') and sort('Name', 'ModelName.name'). It's a little more work having to specify the label (otherwise it defaults to ModelName.field, instead of just field).
Hope this saves someone a bit of head scratching. Plus, I hope I remember this now that I've written a post about it.