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About the doptor cms module builder

Postby vakarthik86 » Fri Apr 25, 2014 11:03 am

Module create from Backend.
I have one doubt frnd first we create form name, form builder, then we want to create module builder that is ok i have one more doubt in module builder
1. Click Builder
2. Click Module Builder
3. Type all detail for module builder 1 step, 2nd step : If I select one form ,that one form value stored in one database table then again i select another form, that another form value stored in another database table at a time how do I create like this pls guide me frnd (here only my doubt frnd)
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Re: About the doptor cms module builder

Postby Bielco » Sat Apr 26, 2014 12:21 am

For this to work the ModuleBuilderController needs to be changed.
The form needs to get added two input boxes, one for form2 and one for form3.
Then propably the database needs to get a migration, because ofcourse you need
to store those extra 2 parameters.

A javascript guru should then alter the form so the input for database2 and
database 3 should only be fillable when a form is choosen on those positions
in the first place.

Last step is to alter the controller function that updates or creates the module,
because you need to store in three tables if three forms are choosen. For the
sake of the developers though i hope it stays with just three forms :-)

Oh and i forget ofcourse that also the builder should be changed, because you
need to show the forms after an other. And storing them in separate tables
instead of just one.
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Re: About the doptor cms module builder

Postby andrew » Mon Jul 21, 2014 5:51 pm

Ref : https://github.com/Doptor/Doptor/pull/28

Pls install the Latest Doptor CMS.
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