NorbertH

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Is there a hook to do something right after cloning a page ?

I want the page to be saved right after cloning it either from the button in the tree or from a lister, because saving the page triggers several calculations that are not triggered by just cloning the page.

 

Thanks in advance !

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This is absolutely possible, as I modify fields of the cloned page directly after cloning via the hook that @netcarver mentioned.

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