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3 March 2009 at 2:01am
I know this is an old problem and doesn't have anything to do with your code, but did you by any chance figure out a way to integrate a TreeDropDownField in the Complex-Table_Field or DB object Manager 'popup' ?
I can't seem to get it to work.
Any other way of selecting a page from the site-tree is of course also welcome.... ;-)
3 March 2009 at 3:25am
I do have a solution for that called SimpleTreeDropdownField. I thought I bundled it with the code, but it looks like I overlooked it. I'll add it in as soon as I can.
3 March 2009 at 3:52am
3 March 2009 at 9:06am
SimpleTreeDropdownField is now bundled with the dataobject_manager module. Works like this:
new SimpleTreeDropdownField('RelationshipID', 'Title', 'ClassName');
The third argument, $sourceClass, defaults to "SiteTree", so to get a hierarchical dropdown of your site, just do SimpleDropdownField('Name','Title');
For a list of your assets structure, you could do:
SimpleTreeDropdownField('FolderID','Choose a folder','Folder');
I'll add "indentCharacter" as the next argument. Right now it's just two spaces. Seems good enough. Also, seems like it could use a filter and order clause.
Anyway, let me know how that gets you started.
3 March 2009 at 5:25pm
Hi, I'm trying to download the module using tortoisesvn, but it keeps asking for a user/password.....can I use tortoise to get these files?
3 March 2009 at 6:57pm
UncleCheese, nice work. I've watched your videos and things are looking great. I myself am interested in an ImageDataObjectManager. I do not need the image gallery, but do need the data object manager (with the image preview and what not). The reason I do not need the image gallery portion is I plan to use the images in a slideshow page type that I have created. Currently I have used he CTF for my data management, but it is not sufficient (as you know). I am curious if waiting to see what ModelAdmin brings to the mix. Anyway, you seem very active, and I look forward to working with your modules. Also, how are the doc pages coming?
3 March 2009 at 11:32pm
@ Tsunami: Go to the folder you want to download them to, then right click in space and go to tortioseSVN > Repo-browser then put the URL provided in and you should be presented with the folders online. You can then select what you want to download and choose 'checkout'.
4 March 2009 at 2:49am
And just for clarity, the repo is at http://carlinowebdesign.svn.beanstalkapp.com/modules/trunk/dataobject_manager
@drye: The ImageDataObjectManager should be just what you need. I built it for exactly that purpose -- Images management without a specific UI for the frontend (although, slideshows are coming soon to ImageGallery). Anyway, give ImageDataObjectManager a try.
As far as docs, every day, I say, this is the day I'll write the documentation... but it never happens. So... today!!
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