Magento: Invalid backend model specified: customer/attribute_backend_data_boolean

You will be probably missing the file app/code/core/Mage/Customer/Model/Attribute/Backend/Data/Boolean.php
Add the files and the below content:


<?php
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*
* @category Mage
* @package Mage_Customer
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* @license http://www.magentocommerce.com/license/enterprise-edition
*/

/**
* Boolean customer attribute backend model
*
* @category Mage
* @package Mage_Customer
* @author Magento Core Team
*/
class Mage_Customer_Model_Attribute_Backend_Data_Boolean
extends Mage_Eav_Model_Entity_Attribute_Backend_Abstract
{
/**
* Prepare data before attribute save
*
* @param Mage_Customer_Model_Customer $customer
* @return Mage_Customer_Model_Attribute_Backend_Data_Boolean
*/
public function beforeSave($customer)
{
$attributeName = $this->getAttribute()->getName();
$inputValue = $customer->getData($attributeName);
$sanitizedValue = (!empty($inputValue)) ? '1' : '0';
$customer->setData($attributeName, $sanitizedValue);
return $this;
}
}
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Magento: Invalid backend model specified: customer/attribute_backend_data_boolean

2 thoughts on “Magento: Invalid backend model specified: customer/attribute_backend_data_boolean

  1. This is clearly the lamest.blogmodel.ever, but lets try adding some rows and iterating through a collection and get the heck out of here before our heads explode. Add the following two actions to your Index Controller.

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