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I used "Execute custom PHP code" in my pricing rule.

However I got Notice when I checkout:

Notice: Use of undefined constant testsku - assumed 'testsku' in eval() (line 7 of /var/www/jmu/sites/all/modules/rules/modules/php.eval.inc(146) : eval()'d code). Notice: Undefined variable: line_item in eval() (line 7 of /var/www/jmu/sites/all/modules/rules/modules/php.eval.inc(146) : eval()'d code).

I know there must be something wrong with my token replace code:

$line_item_label = token_replace([commerce-line-item:line-item-label],array('commerce_line_item' =>$line_item));

I used "line-item-label" as product sku's machine name

Anyone have any idea about this?

  • Where and how did you use $line_item_label? It seems to me that this variable has the value testsku and that you misused it as a constant somewhere else. Your error also demonstrates that you should avoid using PHP code in a Rule. See drupal.stackexchange.com/a/108447/16550 for example. – Jeroen Jun 29 '16 at 16:42
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At the very beginning, I just saw "$commerce_line_item" can be used in php code, but I wanted to use [commerce-line-item:line-item-label] value which showed in the token place. So I tried to use token_replace to get this value.

Finally, I figure out how to get that value and use it in PHP Code. enter image description here Although it isn't showed in the variable name place, we can still use $commerce_line_item -> line_item_label in the PHP Code. This works for me.

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