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Hello forum! I'm trying to learn how to time up my functions by using lazycron but I can't get it fired up. 

Here's my code in site/init.php:

function setEventToRepeat(HookEvent $e) {
$wire->log->message("kutsutaan cron");
$events = $wire->pages->find('template=tapahtuma');
die(var_dump($events));
$wire->log->message('Kaikki tapahtumat haettu:' .$events);
}
 
$wire->addHook('LazyCron::every30Seconds', null, 'setEventToRepeat');

I get nothing in the logs and can't echo or dump anything

Thanks for the help!

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And for a site note I'm using schedulepages module, which uses lazyCron at it works perfectly.

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Have you debug mode on? I think $wire is not available in site/init.php.

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3 minutes ago, Soma said:

Have you debug mode on? I think $wire is not available in site/init.php.

Yes I've enabled debug mode and my other hooks are starting with $wire->addHookAfter...

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$wire is not available in site/init.php .... You need to use wire().

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Maybe your lazyCron is locked.

Look into your /site/assets/lazycron/ or in /site/assets/ folder. Don't know the exact path and name right now. 

There should be a lazycron file and maybe even a lazycron.locked file. The last one prevents LazyCron from working due to an error that occured before. 

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Then if $wire works for the hook $wire inside the funtion doesn't work, need to use wire(). And yes the lock file is most likely the problem cause of using $wire inside your function.

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1 hour ago, Soma said:

Then if $wire works for the hook $wire inside the funtion doesn't work, need to use wire(). And yes the lock file is most likely the problem cause of using $wire inside your function.

Ah, that explains it.

Thank you for clarifying it! Now it works 🙂

1 hour ago, wbmnfktr said:

Maybe your lazyCron is locked.

Look into your /site/assets/lazycron/ or in /site/assets/ folder. Don't know the exact path and name right now. 

There should be a lazycron file and maybe even a lazycron.locked file. The last one prevents LazyCron from working due to an error that occured before. 

This was also the problem, didn't know there was such a file! Thank you.

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Keep an eye on that file. It will save you lots of time knowing about it. Believe me. 😉 

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