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Development / Re: Path for New Plugin
« on: February 05, 2014, 03:37:08 am »
So I ended up just creating a file where it was looking for it, which included the actual file where it's supposed to be -- in the plugins directory.

I spent some time digging through the code, and it seems like at one point it checks whether a controller class is a plugin but doesn't use that fact when it later creates the path, even though the getTemplatePath function in Env.class.php has an option for plugins.  No plugins argument seems to be passed to it.

Development / Path for New Plugin
« on: February 04, 2014, 06:19:31 pm »

I hope someone can help.

I'm trying to add a custom plugin on a new tab.  The tab works, but the window is empty except for this error message:
We are sorry, but Feng Office is not currently able to execute your request. An Error Report has been sent to the administrator.

Looking at the log file, I see:
exception 'FileDnxError' with message 'File '/home/[company]/www/www/pm/application/views/[plugin name]/[action name].php' doesn't exists' in /home/[company]/www/www/pm/environment/classes/controller/PageController.class.php:309

So it seems like it's looking for the view file in the wrong path -- maybe the system action path instead of the plugin path.  The path to plugins is .../plugins/...

It seems like it's set up properly in fo_tab_panels and fo_plugins.

I've read everything I could find in the wiki.

Any help would be greatly appreciated!  Thanks!!


Anyone know if this works with v2.5.0.1?

Also, the link to the code in the second post of this thread seems to be broken.  Anyone have the files?


How To's / Re: More than 3 dates in Calendar
« on: February 01, 2014, 03:40:45 pm »
I'd be interested in this info too, if someone knows.  Thanks!

Feng Office 2 / Re: People in 2.0 community version
« on: April 13, 2012, 05:15:05 pm »
Thanks.  When I tried that though, it didn't quite work right.  Yes, People does become an option in the edit-Task-Related-to section.  But, what I check there isn't consistently related to how it filters the Task list when selecting a Person with the widget on the left.  Also, once I check a Person in a Task in this way and Save the Task, I can't go back and uncheck them and Save to revert back to how the Task originally was.

It seems like it's looking at other factors to determine the People relation, not just if I manually try to set it.

Feng Office 2 / Re: People in 2.0 community version
« on: April 11, 2012, 07:00:10 pm »
Just checking on this.  I submitted bug reports.

I haven't seen any feedback from support or developers on any issues with 2.0, and I don't believe there's any documentation yet.  An update would be really helpful.  Thanks!

Feng Office 2 / Re: Multiple Dimensions Howto
« on: April 02, 2012, 08:42:28 am »
Agreed -- this would be great to have.  Or at least an idea of when version 2 documentation will be available in general.  Thanks!

Feng Office 2 / Re: deleting workspaces
« on: April 02, 2012, 08:37:32 am »
I haven't tried this, so I don't know if it works, but apparently this is what you do:
* Gear menu in upper right
* Administration menu item
* Dimensions icon
* Workspaces list
* While hovering over the line of the Workspace to delete, click Delete on the right.

I believe the manual/wiki hasn't been updated for version 2, so it's probably only somewhat helpful/accurate.

From reading this forum, it looks like there are a lot of problems in version 2, so if you haven't entered a lot of data already, I'd consider switching to 1.7.5 for the time being.

Feng Office 2 / Re: People in 2.0 community version
« on: March 29, 2012, 12:00:43 am »
Still working on this.  People seems to be more than an address book, but the behavior of selecting a Person on the left doesn't seem to be consistent.  When looking at Tasks, for example, things that seem to affect which Tasks are displayed when selecting a Person are:

* if that Person is assigned the Task
* if that Person is subscribed to the Task
* if that Person appears in the Task's History (e.g., was subscribed then unsubscribed)
* if the Task has a Due Date
* if the Task is past due

But, I can't say for sure exactly what's happening.  These seemed to be the determining factors, but then I find a case which doesn't fit them all.

If anyone or Support knows how this works or is supposed to work, please reply.  It'd be really helpful.  Thanks!

Feng Office 2 / People in 2.0 community version
« on: March 28, 2012, 03:11:10 pm »

First of all, great software!

We recently upgraded from 1.7.5 to 2.0 community addition.  I thought that People was going to be another dimension like Workspaces and Tags that could be associated with objects, but I don't see how to associate them.  When you select a Person on the left, it seems to try to filter by that Person.  Randomly, one task does appear for one person (I think I edited the task), but I don't know why.  Is People just an address book?

Also, I can't seem to be able to delete Tags or Workspaces in a Person object.  I uncheck the boxes, hit save, get the message that it's saved, but then they come back.  I checked permissions, and that seems ok.  Bug?

Any help would be greatly appreciated!  Thanks!

How To's / Re: Subtask dates ignored in task order by date
« on: January 20, 2012, 04:57:37 am »
I guess there's no solution.  Too bad.  Maybe this is a feature that could be added.  I don't think we'll use subtasks until then.

Aside from that, Feng seems very good.  Thanks!

How To's / Subtask dates ignored in task order by date
« on: January 13, 2012, 06:40:48 am »

Hope someone can help.  I searched the forums and couldn't find the answer to this.

I noticed that subtask dates are ignored when sorting tasks by date (let's say due date).  That means it's very easy to miss an upcoming subtask if its parent task's due date is much later.  Is there a way to sort tasks by the earliest active subtask due date if one exists?  Or maybe a way to sort by all tasks and subtasks in one list regardless of hierarchy?

I hope there's a solution to this.  Otherwise it really diminishes the usefulness of subtasks; in fact I don't think we'd use them because it'd be too easy to miss something.


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