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Issue with your docs for MenuRepository::addContext()

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I updated to PHP 7.1 and im getting the following error:

[Wed Jun 17 09:12:52 2020] [notice] [client] [host abc.com] Backend log: [WHMCS Application] ERROR: ArgumentCountError: Too few arguments to function WHMCS\View\Client\Menu\MenuRepository::addContext(), 0 passed in /var/www/vhtdocs/usersite/html/vendor/illuminate/support/Facades/Facade.php on line 215 and exactly 2 expected in /var/www/vhtdocs/usersite/html/vendor/whmcs/whmcs-foundation/lib/View/Client/Menu/MenuRepository.php:0 Stack trace: #0 /var/www/vhtdocs/usersite/html/vendor/illuminate/support/Facades/Facade.php(215): WHMCS\View\Client\Menu\MenuRepository->addContext() #1 /var/www/vhtdocs/usersite/html/domaindns.php(866): Illuminate\Support\Facades\Facade::__callStatic('addContext', Array) #2 {main} {"exception":"[object] (ArgumentCountError(code: 0): Too few arguments to function WHMCS\\View\\Client\\Menu\\MenuRepository::addContext(), 0 passed in /var/www/vhtdocs/usersite/html/vendor/illuminate/support/Facades/Facade.php on line 215 and exactly 2 expected at /var/www/vhtdocs/usersite/html/vendor/whmcs/whmcs-foundation/lib/View/Client/Menu/MenuRepository.php:0)"} []\n, referer: https://www.abc.com/clientarea.php?action=domaindetails&id=1234

My code is:

And this was working but not is not. Can I get a sample of how to do this as per your docs and this page https://whmcs.community/topic/286293-error-too-few-arguments-passed-menurepositoryaddcontext/ the addContext is suppose to have two arguments passed to it, but your example here does not:

I realize it should be something like:
            Menu::addContext('client',  ??????);
            Menu::addContext('domain',  ?????);

But the second arguments for addContext is what I dont know how to do and your docs dont have examples.

I want to update my code so I can show the domainView sidebar page like it does within whmcs on the domains management page. Please help!

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Something like this would have been helpful..


I figured it out via that link..

            $currentUser = Client::find($_SESSION['uid']); 
            $currentDomain = Domain::find($_GET["id"]);
            Menu::addContext('client', $currentUser);
            Menu::addContext('domain', $currentDomain);

Now to get the  default WHMCS secondary Domain Action Bar to show up...


Errors out: Backend log: [WHMCS Application] ERROR: WHMCS\\Exception: Unknown sidebar "domainAction". in /vendor/whmcs/whmcs-foundation/lib/View/Client/Menu/MenuRepository.php:0 

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8 minutes ago, WHMCS Dan said:

Can you perhaps clarify what is unclear in the documentation? 

The addContext is used to set the context of the menu, so for example for a client menu it would be:

Menu::addContext('client',  Client::find($_SESSION['uid']));


This part was unclear:  Client::find($_SESSION['uid'])  ..... how to use WHMCS Classes correctly since your doc is all wrong here: https://developers.whmcs.com/advanced/creating-pages/

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