You'll need to add a has_many relationship and then use a eerr... I can never remember which one DropdownField on the getCMSFields of Product to bind the relation

Would need an error message or something before anyone can really offer any help @Mathew Ng

There is no error message - the issue is we've overwritten the alternate_base_tag to https://xxx however the base tag when you login is still http://xxx

we have SSL terminating at our load balancer with traffic then flowing through http to the web servers/SS which is causing issues when we try to login to the admin console as the base tag is being set to http (edited)

No stress. I'm mostly hoping someone will drop some magic code that spits errors/logs telling you where to put the templates. I've hacked on ThemeResourceLoader a bit for a bit of help but it's not greatly useful yet. (edited)

Yeah, I'll do that for now, but I'm sure I'll find a better example in the future.

Yeah it did (I think) but now this code needs to be SS4 compatible

Yeah it did (I think) but now this code needs to be SS4 compatibile

Yeah it did (I think) but now this code needs to be SS4 compatible (edited)

currently a legacy project I'm upgrading but I've seen it in modules in the past.

yeah the docs saying that's rooted on template down. But my example and code I generally see just gives $data->renderWith('SomeRandoClassName')

Does anyone have a good solution to [User Warning] None of the following templates could be found: errors? Working out what byzantine combination of directories ThemeResourceLoader desires is mostly just fumbling in the dark. Something like $data->renderWith('Template') leaves Devs guessing a lot of the time.