We are running one frontend running NGINX and several app servers running Apache2.
There are several issues we have come across but right now I'll be documenting one of them. I'll be completing this article when I get more time.
When using CListView to display multiple views next to each other, we can use the $index variable inside the viewFile to achieve this. As far as i know there is no extension or out-of-the-box functionality for this, so we need to apply a little hack:
Updated about a year ago by mb – Tips – 3 comments – viewed 8,426 times
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find doubletts by db fields.
in this example i will check doublets for 3 tabelfields (col1,col2,col3).
so i will get a subquery with the condition, select and grouping of the tablefields. the having with COUNT() > 1 means: find all records more then one result.
Changing the way a CGridView is rendered from the configuration file, or through behaviors specified at the moment it is used, is handy to extend a CGridView without creating tons of different classes for it.
I am surprised that this is not in the default implementation, so I made my default CGridView implementation.
Updated about a year ago by Joblo – Tips – 13 comments – viewed 123,451 times
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If you have to display a overview of related data in a table,
you can use the CListView, create your view with table/tr/td tags
and implement db-queries in the view to display detaildata of the current (master-)record.
If you're working a lot with extensions you often stumble upon problems, when you want to include them into your custom web application, like hardcoded or absolute path aliases or classes extended from core application components, which implement addiditonal features.