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Which files are required to customerize for director submiss

Postby hksatay » Mon Aug 27, 2007 1:38 am

I would like to completely modify the submission pages of director, which files are needed?

Which form.php, DAO.php and *.tpl
Moreover, where can i get the entire hierarchy picture or relationship between those files?

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Re: Which files are required to customerize for director submiss

Postby asmecher » Mon Aug 27, 2007 8:58 am

Hi hksatay,

The Director and Track Director submission pages are in templates/trackDirector and templates/trackDirector/submission; the Summary page is defined in templates/trackDirector/submission.tpl, the Review page in templates/trackDirector/submissionReview.tpl, the Editing page in templates/trackDirector/submissionEditing.tpl, and History in templates/trackDirector/submissionHistory.tpl. These, in turn, include sub-templates from the templates/trackDirector/submission subdirectory.

The pages/trackDirector/SubmissionEditHandler.inc.php handler class deals with most requests relating to the above templates.

Have a look at the OJS technical reference -- most of the same concepts apply, although OJS's Editors are Directors in OCS and so on.

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