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Friday 19 August 2011 2:53:00 pm - 5 replies

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Introduction

In this post I will show how to create the minimum content action extension.

Saturday 20 August 2011 12:47:13 pm

Great tips Thiago!  My only suggestion would be that, in order for your tips to be helpful to a range of developers (ie, from beginners to intermediates), it would be useful to provide a brief intro to the topic and a use-case, with a link to further documentation.

e.g "The 'content/action' view is commonly used to process forms - while eZ Publish does a lot of validation, you may want to customise this."

Keep up the good work!

Monday 22 August 2011 2:27:37 am

Great tips Thiago!  My only suggestion would be that, in order for your tips to be helpful to a range of developers (ie, from beginners to intermediates), it would be useful to provide a brief intro to the topic and a use-case, with a link to further documentation.

e.g "The 'content/action' view is commonly used to process forms - while eZ Publish does a lot of validation, you may want to customise this."

Keep up the good work!

Oh sorry, I make it quick and forgot to put a sample link, thank you!

Modified on Monday 22 August 2011 2:27:53 am by Thiago Campos Viana

Wednesday 24 August 2011 5:14:56 pm

Hello,
thanks for the tip. However, ContentActionHandlers do not execute on each action. (for example, "actioncollectinformation" ).

You can have a look at the awful action.php view in kernel/content/ to know if your action will fire the ContentActionHandler.

Modified on Wednesday 24 August 2011 5:15:23 pm by Franck Grenier

Thursday 19 October 2017 10:46:24 am

Hello , i was following this tutorial but when i submit my form , it's redirect me to the page for exemple :

www.example.com/admin/content/action 

with an error message in the backoffice  : the page can't be show 

what is the problem here ? 

Thursday 26 October 2017 7:26:56 am

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