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  1. hello to all processwire dudes... I need your help again As you can see in my code i want to call a simple function i the processwire lazy cron hook. Lazy cron works and execute the "echo 30 seconds have passed!" But the function syncMobileDE(); does not return any results. Thanks for your advises! public function init() { $this->addHook('LazyCron::every30Seconds', $this, 'myHook'); } public function myHook(HookEvent $e) { $seconds = $e->arguments[0]; echo "30 seconds have passed!"; $this->syncMobileDE(); } public function syncMobileDE($event) { /** @var Page $page */ $page = $event->arguments(0); if($page->template->name == 'fahrzeugangebot') { $this->listCars(); $this->initDetail(); $this->message("Mobile.de synchronisiert"); } }
  2. I seem to be having trouble with url segments on a projects. I'm working on an arrest report system and will provide the structure. What I have is a page called arrests in the back end that loads up an arrests.php file. Under arrests, in the back-end (with URL segments enabled), I have two pages that only store data, they don't load actual .php files. structure in the back-end (see attached photo) /arrests (loads arrests.php) -February 2016 - a page that uses a template called arrestlog that only stores data, it has no .php file -March 2016 - a page that uses a template called arrestlog that only stores data, it has no .php file when my site loads /arrests/ my arrests.php performs a find('template=arrestlog') where I display only the most recent addition, in this case data for March 2016. So, if you go to /arrests/ in a browser, arrests.php does a $pages->find() and displays only March 2016 data. What I'm trying to do is create a "next" link that loads : /arrests/february-2016/ So, when arrests is passed a url segment1 I can pull that url segment, then run a find on it to display february data. I could use /arrests/?id= method to callback arrests.php passing a parameter, but, I'd rather use a friendly url segment if possible. The end result is I'm getting a 404. Assistance is much appreciated.
  3. Hi! I´m working on callback solution for my client using the FormTemplateProcessor module. It works fine but i want to get the numbers only once. The template have only one field "title" formated as phone number. Any ideas? Frontend: Backend: --------------------- I had a bad approach, trying to find a field and compare it with the input field. I have just done it with a temporary cookie. It´s not perfect but it works.
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