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I am trying to access block class method from controller and set some value to block class property. The method is being accessed but when I try to print the property in .phtml file it is NULL. Here is my code:

app/code/local/Amactech/Events/controllers/IndexController.php

<?php

    class Amactech_Events_IndexController extends Mage_Core_Controller_Front_Action{
        public function indexAction(){

            $block=$this->getLayout()->createBlock('events/events');
            $block->setFeedback("wrwqerqwer fasdfasdf vxzcvzxcv");

            $this->loadLayout();
            return $this->renderLayout();
        }

    }

?>

app/code/local/Amactech/Events/Block/Event.php

<?php

  class Amactech_Events_Block_Events extends Mage_Core_Block_Template{

    public $_feedback;

    public function setFeedback($feedback){
      echo $feedback;
      $this->_feedback = $feedback;
    }

    public function getFeedback(){
      echo "get feedback"; /*This line is being printing which means I am getting in this method*/
      return $this->_feedback;
    }


  }

?>

app/design/frontend/base/default/template/events/events.phtml

<?php
    echo $this->getFeedback();
?>

So I am accessing block setFeedback() method and setting $_feedback value. I print something string inside setFeedback() and getFeedback() methods to check whether I am getting into these methods. The printing string is shown which means I am getting into the methods but when I assign some value to property and try to print the property is shows NULL.

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You can set data in your block using $this->getLayout()->getBlock('blockname')->setData('data'); methos

Here is example for set data from controller get in template

Controller

public function indexAction()
{
    $this->loadLayout();
    $this->getLayout()->getBlock('blockname')->setMyname('vaibhav');     
    $this->renderLayout();
}

xml

    <reference name="content">
        <block type="core/template" name="blockname" template="template.phtml" />
    </reference>

template

<?php
    echo $this->getMyname();
?>
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  • If this solution works for you can accept or upvote this answer to help someone – Vaibhav Ahalpara Dec 28 '16 at 11:23

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