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Hi guys, I wonder if anyone help me with the following issue =>
We have a section in a site which has huge amount of fields and now we're unable to add new fields from the backend hence we had to do it manually. However once after we have added the fields I'm getting this error when I go to the entry listing in the backend of that section =>
Symphony Fatal Error: Argument$value
is not of typestring
Can someone please help me ?
Hello all, I'm embarking on a fairly ambitious extension idea, and I would like to get other peoples opinions on it. Especially yours @nitriques .
The idea: Customisable and extensible form creation
The execution: My thinking is to create a custom interface for the client that allows for adding a name, and selecting fields to be added from a predefined. They can give the fields names etc, and reorder them. The fields themselves will come from a /lib folder where developers can add their own field types. This will have options for validation, required, tooltips, placeholders, options etc. The client can also specify which page this form will appear on if necessary. When the client clicks save, it will CREATE a new section within Symphony under a custom navigation item. The new section will have all the fields they've specified, now created as Symphony fields, and it will also create an Event to allow submissions to this section attached to the page they've chosen, and a datasource to output the fields for the developer to use to display them. I will use parts of the Scaffolds extension and Section_Schema extension as inspiration. It's essentially creating a locked down version of the Sections area for the client. I think this is the only way to create customisable forms within the Symphony environment.
Thoughts would be greatly appreciated! :)
It's disappointing how quiet this community has gotten now :(
I'm feeling you... I am definitelly active, but guys I tell ya, you bring up challenging themes :B so I can't join the discussion a lot. Guess I'm the level that I am.
index.php?mode=administrationand see if that does the trick?
###### SYMPHONY ###### 'symphony' => array( 'admin-path' => 'symphony',
/backend.php/guard/login. If I google this, there are only two results, one of which names SYMFONY. So I’d assume it is a site based on this and not »Symphony CMS«.