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#11 2007-01-24 22:45:57

squaredeye
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Re: [plugin] [ORPHAN] zem_event [flexible integrated event management]

dkruitbosch,
noted, and submitted. thx.


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#12 2007-01-24 22:49:46

maverick
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Re: [plugin] [ORPHAN] zem_event [flexible integrated event management]

fwiw – I had something similar right after I activitated the plugins – multiple error messages claiming duplicate or preexiting tables.

Reloading the page took care of the problem so far.

Mike

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#13 2007-01-25 05:19:11

zak
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Re: [plugin] [ORPHAN] zem_event [flexible integrated event management]

Thanks for the response,

Fixed the publishing issue. One remaining problem. When embedding the form zem_event_display in a page, “<txp:output_form form=“zem_event_display” />”, I get the following error:

tag_error <txp:zem_event_name label=“Event” wraptag=”“ /> -> Warning: array_key_exists(): The second argument should be either an array or an object on line 550

tag_error <txp:zem_event_name label=“Event” wraptag=”“ /> -> Textpattern Notice: unknown_field: name on line 551

Using Textpattern 4.0.4

Thanks again for your patience.

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#14 2007-01-25 19:38:10

dkruitbosch
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Re: [plugin] [ORPHAN] zem_event [flexible integrated event management]

Hi,

Did some further testing. I created my first event. Everything seems OK. Next I created a new article and I noticed that all the ‘event’ fields contained the data for the event I just created before. When I clear all the event fields, I get a normal event. But whenever I create a new article, the event fields are always filled with my latest created event.

Any ideas?

Regards,

Danny

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#15 2007-01-25 22:20:00

rsilletti
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Re: [plugin] [ORPHAN] zem_event [flexible integrated event management]

I am not having much luck with txp:zem_event_categories /, I’ve tried it in both a page template and an article form with no result. I’m using it without attributes as I would txp:category_list, and I am assuming that it should render an event category list. I have two event categories defined and they are both being recognized with other tags and usage?

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#16 2007-01-25 23:27:00

squaredeye
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Re: [plugin] [ORPHAN] zem_event [flexible integrated event management]

zak, you’re using the tag incorrectly.
You need to use zem_event_list as a single or wrap tag.
as a single tag it displays zem_event_display

as a wrap tag, you can put the contents of zem_event_display inside it. (similar to how zem_contact works)

dkruitbosch,
that seems like a browser issue? I don’t have that problem. you may need to check your preferences?

rsilleti,
zem_event_categories needs to be displayed from within the zem_event_list tag (similarly to zaks problem above).
you can think of zem_event_list as a new article tag in many respects. The categories will not display on their own, they need the loop of zem_event.

For all of you, here is an example of one of my pages: more to come:

<txp:if_section name="zem_event_list">
	<div id="content">
	<txp:if_individual_article>
		<txp:article status="live" form="zem_event_new" limit="1" />
		<txp:else />
			<h2 class="divider">[txp:zem_event_list limit="10" /]</h2>
			<ul class="event_post">
				<txp:zem_event_list limit="10" />
			</ul>

<h2 class="divider">[txp:zem_event_list date_from="now" date_to="+2 weeks" /]</h2>
			<ul class="event_post">
				<txp:zem_event_list date_from="now" date_to="+2 week" />
			</ul>			

<h2 class="divider">[txp:zem_event_list category="important" /]</h2>
			<ul class="event_post">
				<txp:zem_event_list category="important" />
			</ul>



			<h2 class="divider"><a href="/zem_event_month">Look at the Month</a></h2>
	</txp:if_individual_article>
	</div><!--/content-->
</txp:if_section>

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#17 2007-01-26 01:13:32

rsilletti
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Re: [plugin] [ORPHAN] zem_event [flexible integrated event management]

I see, Thanks
For example, and the latter of the two is not intended as a design suggestion, but merely for the sake of argument; both of these tag setups behave as if the tags contained in zem_event_list were a form, such as you would use with linklist.

Each tag is wrapped in a p tag:

<txp:zem_event_list>
<txp:zem_event_categories wraptag=“p” />
<txp:zem_event_name wraptag=“p” />
<txp:zem_event_time wraptag=“p” />
</txp:zem_event_list>

Each tag is wrapped in a p tag, each recursion of the contained tags in an li tag, the whole list is wrapped in a ul tag.

<txp:zem_event_list wraptag=“ul” break=“li” >
<txp:zem_event_categories wraptag=“p” />
<txp:zem_event_name wraptag=“p” />
<txp:zem_event_time wraptag=“p” />
</txp:zem_event_list>

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#18 2007-01-26 13:49:57

squaredeye
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Re: [plugin] [ORPHAN] zem_event [flexible integrated event management]

rsilletti,
Both of these are great examples. Its early, I’m afraid I don’t get your argument, could you elaborate? And semantically smart.
My own examples have yet to move toward any real example of thinking :) I’ve more just tried to get things out on the page for the sake of testing the plugin.
If you’re interested in contributing either styling or coding I WOULD LOVE IT! :)


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#19 2007-01-26 14:41:29

squaredeye
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Re: [plugin] [ORPHAN] zem_event [flexible integrated event management]

I’ve added several more examples to the examples page


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#20 2007-01-26 18:41:52

rsilletti
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Re: [plugin] [ORPHAN] zem_event [flexible integrated event management]

Discussion rather than argument may have been a better phrase. I’ve had a chance to look at the code for zem_event_list and the attributes available are extensive. When time permits I’ll write up a tag description and link it in to this thread. The research will give me a chance to formulate some ideas.

Perhaps a spot on Textbook for some writeups, just as a place to assemble them?

Last edited by rsilletti (2007-01-26 20:51:14)

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