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I'm building my first Magento 2 module, and I'm a bit stuck.

First of all, this is what I have so far (I'm still fixing the coding standards on all the pages). https://github.com/moloni/magento2

I have a doubt about something a bit simple... How do I get the first row of the table I created?

I made a repository, created all the files for the Tokens model, and I can access the first row using the following:

$collection = $this->getCollection();
if ($collection->getSize()) {
    $this->tokensRow = $collection->getFirstItem();
}

But, since the method getCollection says it will be deprecated, what can I use to the get the first row of a table?

Every method I saw was using the getCollection mehtod, and that's why my doubt.

Also, if I want to read the first row and update the row if it exists, or create a new one if it does not, how can I do so without the getCollection?

Still learning how to properly code for Magento 2.

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Model :

You can use load() if you know your first item id.

public function getFirstItem() {
    $id = "1";
    return $this->_yourmodel->load($id);
}

Collection :

In collection, you can also use limit()

$collection->getSelect()->limit(1); //It's better on performance than getFirstItem()

Update:

Here is how to get a collection :

You need these files:

1. Model

2. Resource Model

3. Resource Model Collection

Then you call your modelFactory to get collection

$col = $this->_modelFactory->create();
$collection = $col->getCollection();

Look the full exemple here

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  • Well, I can't guarantee that the id is 1 (I can make it be, but I didn't want to guarantee). The problem with collections, is the deprecated notice with getCollection, I got it working with getCollection, but I can't see how to solve this without the getCollection...
    – RetronWarz
    Dec 11, 2018 at 11:18
  • Also checked out the load, and shows as deprecated
    – RetronWarz
    Dec 11, 2018 at 13:35
  • Why deprecated ? please look my update
    – PЯINCƎ
    Dec 11, 2018 at 14:13

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