Make statistics to the user.
For days, weeks, months. year. all time and date range.
There are three entities who tied all of them glued one-to-many
In the table coupon is partner_id
The table order is partner_id, сoupon_id
Everywhere there are the creation date in UNIX from TimeStampBehavior
on the controller for every period created of action. On the front is just a button.
For the entire period I did the following. received id of the current partner and pulled all the coupons belonging to it. put it in the data provider, and on frontend. I have a second request countem.
'itemView' => '_coupons',
<table class="table table-hover">
//get number of
$orders = \common\models\Order::find()--->where(['coupon_id' => $model->id])->count(); ?>
<?= Html::encode($model--->title) ?>
<?= Html::encode($orders) ?>
Actually the dates I count lay terms by date. And before that date convert in this way
$timestamp = time();
$dates = Yii::app()->dateFormatter->format('dd-MM-yyyy', $timestamp);
$date = new DateTime($dates);
$date_elements = explode("-",$date->format('d-my'));
$beforeTime = mktime(0,0,0,$date_elements,$date_elements,$date_elements);
And it turns out that the +1 request on each coupon. The coupons have the status and statistics archive none. In fact, more than 10 product coupons will not. But still, written by the crutches and I don't know how to improve them through service provider or as all the statistics would be more correct to implement? Given now that there are links, but to use them because I can't get a partner then its a bunch of coupons, and then all orders for these coupons.