Hey guys, quick question regarding a templating issue I am running into (Pimcore X):
I have several AreaBricks, ie: Content, Header and an usp, all these Areabricks have a common editable with the name title . This is no issue when using the pimcore_areablock function.
However, when I Include these areabricks in a 'fixed' setup, the blocks individually load, but together give an error that the title editable is a duplicate, Which makes sense.
The template has multiple instances of the content brick which means that a simple rename in the content brick to a 'per-brick' unique editable name would not work:
Header : title Content : title usp : title Content 2 : title Content 3 : title
Header : header-title Content : content-title usp : usp-title Content 2 : content-title Content 3 : content-title
Is there a way for fix this without renaming the editables? Am I perhaps missing something? Thanks in advance!
I want to achieve the following:
(pimcoreX and coreshop 3)
There are different products like TShirts and Shoes, all with different attributes.
Each variant of a product (ie Tshirt blue in XL or black in S) results in another product-price.
You could say - each variant is a product-option with a price. Options combined (blue with XL | black with S) result in a different product-price.
each product-type (TShirt|Shoes) could have more than 1 attribute defined as variant/option.
I need the possibility to define for each option/variant a unique product-price.
Where and how to set the price-definiton for the variant? So that coreshop could recognize/calculate it?
In an objectbrick - I cannot put a storeValue (price) for it as separate attribute.
Is it better to define variants - or are options a better way?
How to define theese options?
Did you have/had any similar definitions needed in pimcore/coreshop? How did you solve it?
In coreshop 2-doc I see something like:
but there are no product options/variants with different prices
Any help appreciated
i´ve a class "Article" with a lot of fields.
i´ve already defined two custom views, which shows less fields.
One of these custom views is defined as "default view".
But i always get showed the "Master" View.
I´ve checked everything. Database has it as default view, all is deployed perfectly.
Or is it - now - a feature, so that if i am an "Admin" User it will ignore these default view setting?? (haven´t dived deeper in the core code, sorry for that). But maybe someone has a sufficient answser for me?
Question 2: What steps are necessary to set up permissions which allow someone to access particular data objects? ('Define data object workspace for user (or assigned role).; Give user (or assigned role) 'objects' permission.')
Hello, Im new to Pimcore. Does Pimcore store product information example Acer Notebook with its model number in its database. Im busy with an e-commerce website and looking for product information (Images, technical spec etc). Places like icecat does store these type of information and you can access it via URL and decode the json structure.
any feedback would be appreciated, looking for an opensource db that I can query . thanks
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Hi all, I'm experiencing a problem with static routes in 10.2.
When I use xdebug and follow step by step, the code in https://github.com/pimcore/pimcore/blob/10.2/lib/Routing/Staticroute/Router.php#L325 – the callback function to order routes – seems to be never excecuted, which means that static routes are not ordered by priority which in turn results in 404 errors in my project. Is that a bug or a feature?