26 May 2009 at 9:55pm
(Last edited: 27 May 2009 1:27am),
I'm pretty much new to the hasmanyfilemanager module so I did all the instructions in the documentation and it worked quite well although I had to edit the template files for the module to include the navigation, header, footer and sidebar. Now I just have a question, does the module just show files attached to the page or does it also allow the viewers to download the files? Coz my page does nothing but show the files attached but no link is given. It just shows a list of images with their respective titles. Can anyone help?
Here is a screenshot:
Another problem which I face, on the admin side the file manager is pretty wacky. I can't manage my files well with this:
Is there a patch to fix this or should I format it myself?
Any piece of advice would be greatly appreciated, thanks! :)
27 May 2009 at 1:59am
(Last edited: 27 May 2009 2:01am),
Oh ok, thanks. I guess I'll just replace the hasmanyfilemanager with the dataobjectmanager. Problem is, I can't find the module. I see the installation notes but can't find the link to download the module itself. I tried Google but nada, just the installation notes. Can anyone point me towards the module? thanks.
found it. Had to search for it manually in the modules page.
Hey UncleCheese, thanks for the advice earlier, I just have a few questions if you won't mind me asking. I installed the dataobject module including the swfupload and ran the dev/build. After which, I was assuming that a new page type would appear in the CMS admin but I saw nada. I tried to read the documentation and it all showed that we had to write code? Do we need to?
27 May 2009 at 2:12pm
(Last edited: 27 May 2009 2:14pm),
Simple? It couldn't be simpler.
array('SomeField' => 'Some Heading')
If you're not looking to write code, ou could pretty much just use the "ResourcePage" example line for line.
Not telling you what to do or anything, but DataObjectManager is a very well-supported and well-tested module with its own support forum. If you're looking for something that is simple and works, I'd recommend giving it a shot. Most HasManyFileManager users moved over to FileDataObjectManager, and you may have a hard time getting support.