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magento2 – M2-2.3.1 – Is it possible to get the special price or final price value by loading the configurable product in a plugin?

I am trying to get the configurable product’s special price or final price inside a plugin class. I already tried the below methods but it will not fetch any special price or final price of the configurable product’s data. Also, I tried to view configurable product’s simple product data using its type instance used products but I couldn’t find any special or final price data in its simple products as well.

Tried methods:

1. Using MagentoCatalogModelProduct $product

$product = $this->product->load($item('product_id'));
$specialPrice = $product->getSpecialPrice();
$finalPrice = $product->getFinalPrice();

2. Using MagentoCatalogModelProductRepository $productRepository

$product = $this->product->getProductById($item('product_id'));
$specialPrice = $product->getSpecialPrice();
$finalPrice = $product->getFinalPrice();

FYI – Also, I checked in $product->getData() as well but only available the price value which doesn’t have the special price or final price

Expected result: Get the special or final price value and passed it to an email template content variables inside the plugin class function. This special price value correctly showing on the configurable product details page.

Actual result: null or 0 shows as the get data

Could you please let me know your thoughts? Is there any other way to get the special or final price of the configurable product inside a plugin class?

Thanks!

dnd 5e – Can you attack with a Loading and different weapon in the same turn?

Yes, the loading property doesn’t care about other weapons.

The loading property says:

Because of the time required to load this weapon, you can fire only one piece of ammunition from it when you use an action, bonus action, or reaction to fire it, regardless of the number of attacks you can normally make.

This restricts only the use of the weapon fired, and doesn’t say anything about other weapons, so if you have more than one attack per Attack action, the other attack(s) can be made with another weapon. Note, the action economy can be tricky. You have to be already holding the other weapon, or you can use your free object interaction to draw it. If you have already used your object interaction this turn for something else, you would not be able to draw a weapon after firing a hand crossbow. This answer gets more into the details of the action economy at work here.

dnd 5e – Can you make more than one attack in the same round using a weapon with the loading property?

Yes, the loading property doesn’t care about other weapons.

The loading property says:

Because of the time required to load this weapon, you can fire only one piece of ammunition from it when you use an action, bonus action, or reaction to fire it, regardless of the number of attacks you can normally make.

This only restricts the use of the weapon fired, and doesn’t say anything about other weapons, so if you more than attack per Attack action, it can be made with another weapon. Note, the action economy can be tricky. You have to already be holding the other weapon, or you can use your free object interaction to draw it. If you have already used your object interaction this turn for something else, you would not be able to draw a sword after firing a hand crossbow.

dnd 5e – Can you attack more than once using multiple weapons with the “loading” property?

… kind of…

The rules on loading weapons say the following (emphasis mine):

Because of the time required to load this weapon, you can fire only one piece of ammunition from it when you use an action, bonus action, or reaction to fire it, regardless of the number of attacks you can normally make.

This reads as one piece of ammunition fired per weapon. The extra attack class feature does not specify whether the extra attacks can be with one or multiple weapons. In light of this, I would personally rule that you can use multiple weapons, but it is not explicitly stated in the rules. However, this will only work once. It takes an object interaction to reload the crossbow (index refers to objects: using during combat, which suggests that reloading your crossbow costs an interact with object, requiring you to use your action if you want to do it twice in a round), which means that you can shoot both of the crossbows, but can only reload one of them in a round (or two, if you use your action). You might be able to fire twice during two turns in combat, though. If you fire both crossbows with extra attack and then spend your free interact with object to reload one crossbow, you end the turn with one loaded crossbow. Then, at the start of your next turn, you spend your free interact with object to reload the other crossbow, and fire both. You then end the turn with no loaded crossbows, and you’re back to firing one crossbow per turn.

Interestingly, the rules on two-weapon fighting are not at all helpful in this case. The rules on two-weapon fighting state the following (emphasis mine):

When you take the Attack action and attack with a light melee weapon that you’re holding in one hand, you can use a bonus action to attack with a different light melee weapon that you’re holding in the other hand. You don’t add your ability modifier to the damage of the bonus attack, unless that modifier is negative.

If either weapon has the thrown property, you can throw the weapon, instead of making a melee attack with it.

This means that two-weapon fighting doesn’t allow her to fire the second crossbow as a bonus action. Furthermore, if she is holding a light melee weapon, such as a shortsword or dagger, and a hand crossbow, she has to choose between firing the crossbow and using the melee weapon.

The only way to fire two hand crossbows in one turn (ignoring extra attack) is with the Crossbow Expert feat, which (among other things) states the following (emphasis mine):

When you use the attack action and attack with a one-handed weapon, you can use a bonus action to attack with a loaded hand crossbow you are holding.

Note that the feat doesn’t state melee weapon, which allows you to fire the second hand crossbow as a bonus action.


In conclusion, I wanted to summarize the different ways to attack using hand crossbows in 5e.

  • dual wielding two hand crossbows, without extra attack or crossbow expert. This allows you to make one attack per turn, and one attack only. Wielding a sword in one hand and a crossbow in the other allows you to choose, but you still don’t get a bonus action attack.
  • dual wielding two hand crossbows, with extra attack, but without crossbow expert. This allows you to make two attacks during your first turn, and possibly your second turn, depending on what your DM is willing to allow (technically legal using RAW, but is an obvious target of house rules)
  • dual wielding two hand crossbows, without extra attack, but with crossbow expert. This allows you one attack during your action, and one as a bonus action. Having a melee weapon in your main hand also allows you to fire the hand crossbow as a bonus action.
  • Dual wielding two hand crossbows, with both extra attack and crossbow expert. This allows you to make up to 5 attacks with your hand crossbows, 4 from extra attack, and one from the crossbow expert bonus action, depending on your class.

Your specific example is number two, allowing you two attacks on the first (and possibly second) turn(s), and only one on every turn after that.

https://console.cloud.google.com/ not loading

cloud.google.com not opening in any browser on my pc. Even the blue menu bar on top is not showing. Sometimes only my profile picture is showing. basically a blank page is opening. I am writing this error report after complaint mail search in google and finding Stack Exchange. Probably one of my catched memory pages. I was facing the same problem yesterday. On inserting the generated API Key in LeadsGorilla app it is saying ‘API key Invalid or can’t get response from Google’. Basically the cloud platform is non responsive

data tables – How to stop user loading more records on grid

In one legacy UI application on which I am working currently, has a Main List which is used to display all records stored in elastic in paginated way. Elastic may have more than 1 million records.

The problem arises when I added a functionality of loading next page of records when scroll touches bottom (no direct pagination widget).

In the introduced functionality of scroll load, user can scroll infinitely. for each “scroll at the bottom” event, data loads from 0 to pageNo*pageSize records. I set page size as small as 50 records. So, for example,

  • Page 1 will load 50
  • Page 2 – 100 records
  • Page 3 – 150 records
  • Page 4 – 200 records

and so on..

I want to acknowledge user after a certain page number like 20 pages(1000 records loaded on browser) that
Don’t go further otherwise application will become slow, use search with keywords instead.

Actually, I am doing so by putting simple auto hide alert which will start appearing from 20 pages onward and will display in interval of 5 pages like 20, 25,30 etc.

Is there any better way to acknowledge user that he is exploiting functionality because we are allowing him to do so?

I know this type of data loading sounds crazy but this is what we have to do. I need help on letting user know that application will be slow after a certain period of time.

Thanks in advance.