how simple would it be to do as in magento1


And the equivalent for




but you have to make sure that the _scopeConfig member exists. if it doesn't inject it in the constructor. Like this:

protected $_scopeConfig;
public function __construct(
   \Magento\Framework\App\Config\ScopeConfigInterface $scopeConfig,
    $this->_scopeConfig= $scopeConfig;

As a side node...I think the answers to all 3 questions you asked regarding magento2, should give you an idea on how to inject something you need in the controller and use it later.

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  • i get a clearer idea indeed , very useful and clear replies as usual , thanks !!! – Matoeil Aug 20 '14 at 15:08

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