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#13 2021-06-22 20:28:13

etc
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Re: Adding an action for specific articles

Bloke wrote #330618:

Hooking into pre=1 means your plugin gets processed first before Textpattern gets involved. So if you pass a new step in, you can check it in your code, handle it and then either let Txp carry on, or just output the panel with your success/failure message and quit.

Unfortunately, article event handles only four possible steps. If you try something like ?event=article&step=blah, you’ll get just a link to txp website. No pluggable_ui neither other callbacks will be processed, whence the necessity to reset global $step to a standard value, to let txp carry on.

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#14 2021-06-22 20:32:54

Bloke
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Re: Adding an action for specific articles

etc wrote #330619:

Unfortunately, article event handles only four possible steps.

Ugh, yeah. That panel bootstrapping code is yucky. *sigh*


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#15 2021-06-23 10:11:04

albatros69
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Registered: 2021-06-17
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Re: Adding an action for specific articles

albatros69 wrote #330616:

I’m still trying to workout something, by piggybacking on the save process, to have something more standard and thus more maintainable.

While progressing on this, I’m banging my head over a certainly stupid issue with the “article_saved” callback. I can’t get my function being hit when I click on the “Save” button. I’ve tried to reproduce it with a minimal example:

if (txpinterface == 'admin') {
    register_callback('mgo_foobar', 'article_saved');
}
//callback_event('article_saved', '', 0, 'foobar');
function mgo_foobar($event, $step, $rs) {
    echo "<!--", $rs, "-->";
    return;
}

Calling the callback_event myself is successful, but nothing happens when I save an article. There is no trace of the ‘article_saved’ callback event being triggered in the debugging logs.

What am I missing?

Last edited by albatros69 (2021-06-24 08:46:36)

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#16 2021-06-23 10:22:11

etc
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Re: Adding an action for specific articles

Check the plugin type? Should be Admin+AJAX, imo.

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#17 2021-06-23 12:20:14

albatros69
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Re: Adding an action for specific articles

etc wrote #330629:

Check the plugin type? Should be Admin+AJAX, imo.

That was the culprit… Sorry to have overlooked that :-(

Last edited by albatros69 (2021-06-23 12:20:28)

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#18 2021-06-23 17:53:10

etc
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Posts: 4,548
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Re: Adding an action for specific articles

albatros69 wrote #330631:

That was the culprit… Sorry to have overlooked that :-(

No worries, I’m sharing my own experience.

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