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  1. I know that say I have a repeater field engines, I can do foreach($page->engines) or $page->engine_field... but is there any way to do like foreach($page->engines as $e) { foreach($e->field as $field) { echo $field->val; } } That itself doesn't work. But is there some way of iterating through a repeater field's subfields? I'm trying to add repeater field support to Import Pages CSV module... If not I may just have to figure out how to write a separate module specifically for imports of a particular page template... if I can... I can try... Anybody know about this?
  2. How could we add a repeater-field to our module configuration pages? I tried to add it like any other input field, but no success! (Just as a sidenote: Unfortunately my php skills are really restricted) This is my current state, but it just throws an exception: Error: Exception: Unknown column 'field_title.count' in 'field list' (in wire\core\Database.php line 118) public static function getModuleConfigInputfields(array $data) { $data = array_merge(self::getDefaultData(), $data); $inputfields = new InputfieldWrapper(); ... $field = wire("fields")->get("title"); $field->type = $modules->get("FieldtypeRepeater"); $repeater = wire("modules")->get("InputfieldRepeater"); $repeater->name = "somethingUnique"; $repeater->add($field); $repeater->page = wire("page"); $inputfields->add($repeater); ... return $inputfields; } Any idea what I'm doing wrong, or how we could achive this?
  3. Hello, when I delete a page with repeater fields, the fields data stays in the DB. Is there a way to delete these or a way to find out which data in the "pages" table is from repeaters? I added and deleted about 4000 pages via a script and now my "pages" table is a mess ... Thanks, thomas
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