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Mamba
Re: oledrion
  • 2023/11/15 20:28

  • Mamba

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Somebody in France is working on some really cool improvements.

You can see an example of what's coming here:
https://www.chalut-greenservice.ch/modules/oledrion/

I don't know when they will submit their updates to GitHub, but it looks very promising!
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zivXP
Re: Migrate from Wordpress
  • 2023/11/14 20:39

  • zivXP

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  • Since: 2006/2/9 1


Quote:

Now, i remebered Xoops and am wondering is there a chance to migrate Wordpress sites to Xoops?


It seems to me that there are completely different database structures. If only manually transfer the data.



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Mamba
Re: Migrate from Wordpress
  • 2023/11/13 19:15

  • Mamba

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Hi Oliver,
All migrations from one CMS to another can be challenging and require good planning, but are always doable.

You can develop all kind of websites with XOOPS, and since you're from Austria, you can talk to Goffy, who is also from there, and you can see the catalog of websites he developed with XOOPS here:https://wedega.com/

One that is similar to what you have is here:https://fxgruber.at/

You can also check out what's possible with XOOPS by looking at some of the themes created recently by Heyula:
https://xoops.org/modules/themes/


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computermobi
Migrate from Wordpress

Hi friends.
Short explanation:
Years ago, as you can see in my first entry here in 2010) i started with my website building carrier with Xoops. As i found more themes and more easy handling in wordpress i changed to this CMS. )I also had a short time on Joomla)
Now, i remebered Xoops and am wondering is there a chance to migrate Wordpress sites to Xoops?
Second question:
Is there an easy way to build a directory site like this: https://hotels-mit-pool.com (What is also my site)?

Thank you very much for your time!



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cadch
Re: Error: Call to undefined method stdClass::getVar() in file /class/tree.php line 66
  • 2023/11/11 10:56

  • cadch

  • Just popping in

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  • Since: 2007/12/17


I'm going to study now~
Thank you~



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Mamba
Re: Error: Call to undefined method stdClass::getVar() in file /class/tree.php line 66
  • 2023/11/11 1:35

  • Mamba

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If you have a table "tree" with your data, you can use XoopsObjectHandler::getObjects() with XoopsPersistableObjectHandler and XoopsObjectCriteria to fetch the data. Something like this:
// Assume you have TreeObj (XoopsObject) and TreeHandler (XoopsPersistableObjectHandler)
$treeHandler xoops_getModuleHandler('tree''your_module'); // Replace 'your_module' with your actual module name
$criteria = new CriteriaCompo();

// Fetch data from the 'tree' table
$treeObjects $treeHandler->getObjects($criteria);

// Create XoopsObjectTree
$tree = new XoopsObjectTree($treeObjects'cid''pid'null);

// Generate the HTML dropdown options
$options $tree->makeSelectElement('pid''name''--''-');

// Create the <select> element
$selectElement '<select name="pid">' $options '</select>';

echo 
$selectElement;
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cadch
Re: Error: Call to undefined method stdClass::getVar() in file /class/tree.php line 66
  • 2023/11/9 14:04

  • cadch

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  • Since: 2007/12/17


Thank Mamba.But I don't know how to use XoopsObject,Can you give me demo.
If My database TABLE name 'tree' content
cid  pid  name
1     0     aa
2     1     bb
3     2     cc

How to use XoopsObjectTree achieve this result
<select name="pid">
<
option value="0">----</option>
<
option value="1">aa</option>
<
option value="2">-bb</option>
<
option value="3">---cc</option>
</
select>

Sorry for wasting your time.



78
Mamba
Re: Error: Call to undefined method stdClass::getVar() in file /class/tree.php line 66
  • 2023/11/8 23:01

  • Mamba

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  • Since: 2004/4/23


The error you're encountering is due to the fact that the XoopsObjectTree class is expecting the objects in your tree structure to be XoopsObjects hat have a getVar() method, but in your case, you have an array of stdClass objects which do not have this method.

So you should use XoopsObject in your code.

The other way to fix this issue, you can create a custom class that extends the stdClass and implements the getVar() method to act as a bridge between your data and the XoopsObjectTree. Here's an example of how you can do this:

class CustomObject extends stdClass {
    public function 
getVar($var$format 's') {
        
// Implement the getVar method as needed for your data
        // You can fetch the value of the property based on the $var parameter
        // and apply any formatting if required.
        // For example:
        
switch ($var) {
            case 
'cid':
                return 
$this->cid;
            case 
'pid':
                return 
$this->pid;
            
// Add more cases as needed for other properties
            
default:
                return 
null// Return null for unknown properties
        
}
    }
}

// Create an array of CustomObject instances
$customObjects = array();

// Populate the $customObjects array with your data (stdClass objects)
// For example:
$stdObject = new stdClass();
$stdObject->cid 1;
$stdObject->pid 0;
// Add other properties as needed

$customObject = new CustomObject();
$customObject->cid $stdObject->cid;
$customObject->pid $stdObject->pid;
// Add other properties and implement getVar for CustomObject as needed

$customObjects[] = $customObject;

// Create the XoopsObjectTree using CustomObject instances
$tree = new XoopsObjectTree($customObjects'cid''pid'null);


If there are other missing elements, then you should add them to your CustomObject as well.

But if there are a lot of them, you would be better off by simply using XoopsObject.
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cadch
Error: Call to undefined method stdClass::getVar() in file /class/tree.php line 66
  • 2023/11/8 15:42

  • cadch

  • Just popping in

  • Posts: 48

  • Since: 2007/12/17


My object
Array ( [0] => stdClass Object ( [cid] => [pid] => [name] => name [icon] => bi-folder-plus [weight] => 10 [update_date] => 1514736000 [cid_type] => _top [description] => description [picture] => 1.jpg [status_code] => [user_ip] => 127.0.0.1 [user_id] => ) )

my code
$tree = new XoopsObjectTree($object'cid''pid'null);

have Error: Call to undefined method stdClass::getVar() in file /class/tree.php line 66
How to fix it?



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Mamba
Re: Smarty 3 and Smarty 4 coming soon to XOOPS
  • 2023/10/31 18:40

  • Mamba

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  • Since: 2004/4/23


Thanks for reporting - it should work now
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