AdminBundle - The missing Symfony2 Admin Generator
I have a question, how to modify dashboard? f.e. I want to make a form. Is using a block good way or is there a better way?
Hey @martiis ; I think that if you wish to put a form on the homepage, it might be easier to create a custom controller and override the redirecting route
Hi @Bladrak, thanks for response. Yeah thats how I did it :)
Hi all. Is there a way to use sonata-admin and sonata-page with SF 2.7? I spent so much time but it doesn't work. I fixed all composer dependencies issues but now some pages in Dashboard do not work (e.g. Pages -> Compose page -> add block)
@borNfreee you may find more information about this issue in the logs given you're using app_dev.php, but it does work :)
Hey! Can I move admin from "/admin" path to subdomain like "admin"?
Could someone help me?
Hello, Im using only block bundle and is it possible to submit a form from a block service?
Hi guys, could you advice me, whether there is any stable sonataadminbundle version for usage with symfony 3 or not? I could not find any, so I am using dev-master so far.
Latest stable version is compatible with Symfony 3 if I am not mistaken
Exactly latest stable version is compatible with Symfony 3. But there are many deprecated but it is working
Could you post your composer.json settings? I already tried 2.3.*, what should be last stable version, and I got some conflicts with Symfony 3.0.0.
Hi guys! I have a little question.
I'm using sonata admin, with user-bundle (extension of FOS)
This the scenario: I've different "family" of users, e.g. system users (administrator, operator, etc..) and Customers (users with role USER_CUSTOMER). How can I obtain in backend two distinct CRUD lists?
And, how can I manage different attributes related the two "families" of users? (e.g. customers have invoicing address, etc. that system users not have)
I'm thinking (obviously) to User entities and controllers extension, but the scheme is not completely clear for me.
So, my main goal is to have in backend two different list "Sys Users" and "Customers", but ALL these users can make a login on the system.
@ulisse73 well you have many choices, like two different admin classes for user. You can use @InheritanceType("JOINED") also you can have single admin and entity and show different edit form for different user types. its up to you
Rik van der Kemp
Anyone know why using CollectionType::class behaves different to 'sonata_type_collection'. If I switch to the aforementioned definition, my collection appears to be empty
Are you sure, that your CollectionType is from Sonata bundle namespace? There are one of Symfony and different one of sonata bundle. So maybe that is a reason why it is different in your case.
got questions about FOSUserBundle, extends and sonata user.. it's here? ^
Hi, does anybody know, whether is possible to create more than 2 levels of child admins?