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We have a custom third-party module called qo5. All of our controllers are in there.

I have a template that I need to pass a variable from a PHP function to.

{exp:qo5 action="deal/getDealCode"}
    <span>Test: {default_combo_override}</span>
{/exp:qo5}

The deal/getDealCode function looks like this:

public function getDealCode() {
        $deal_id = $this->EE->input->post('deal_id');
        $deal_code = $_SESSION['order']['coupons'][$deal_id]['code'];
        error_log("deal code: " . $deal_code);

        if($deal_code == 'GARLICPARM') {
                $data['default_combo_override'] = 'AT';
                error_log("Data");
                error_log(print_r($data, 1));
                return $this->EE->TMPL->parse_variables($this->EE->TMPL->tagdata, $data);
            }
    }

I know it's being called; the error log is executing and displaying the correct data. But the span value for default_combo_override is not being populated.

What am I missing here? We use similar functionality all over the place, and it works everywhere else.

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The array that you're passing to parse_variables is incorrectly structured - it needs to be one level deeper.

You can fix this either by wrapping it in an array:

return $this->EE->TMPL->parse_variables($this->EE->TMPL->tagdata, array($data));

Or using parse_variables_row instead:

return $this->EE->TMPL->parse_variables_row($this->EE->TMPL->tagdata, $data);
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Have you tried putting the parsed_variable into a new variable and then returning that?

$output = $this->EE->TMPL->parse_variables($this->EE->TMPL->tagdata, $data);
return $output ;
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