#6274: [PATCH] CounterCache queries wrong with unconventional primaryKeys
    Reporter:  phally                    |          Type:  Bug   
      Status:  new                       |      Priority:  Medium
   Milestone:  1.2.x.x                   |     Component:  Model 
     Version:  1.2 Final                 |      Severity:  Normal
    Keywords:  CounterCache, primaryKey  |   Php_version:  n/a   
Cake_version:                            |  
 First my apologies for filing this ticket without a test case. I haven't
 had time to make one, however I think the problem can be seen in the
 The query I was expecting was:[[BR]]
 SELECT `Project`.`company_id` FROM `projects` AS `Project` WHERE
 `project_id` = 3 LIMIT 1
 The query I got was:[[BR]]
 SELECT `Project`.`company_id` FROM `projects` AS `Project` WHERE `id` =
 '3' LIMIT 1
 I traced it to line 1423 of model.php, here has 'id' been set
 'conditions' => array('id' => $this->id),
 It should be:[[BR]]
 'conditions' => array($this->primaryKey => $this->id),
 I have attached a patch to apply. No other testcases were affected by this
 patch, I checked. I ran all tests of the model core test group. There was
 one failing test, but that was there before I applied the patch.

Ticket URL: <https://trac.cakephp.org/ticket/6274>
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