Feature #18489

recursive pidInList for select in cObj CONTENT

Added by Georg Ringer almost 13 years ago. Updated over 10 years ago.

Status:
Closed
Priority:
Should have
Category:
-
Target version:
-
Start date:
2008-03-21
Due date:
% Done:

0%

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PHP Version:
5.2
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Description

Until now it is not possible to have a recursive function for the pidInlist which is often quite helpful to find records in a whole page tree.

(issue imported from #M7921)


Files

patch-recursive content.patch (750 Bytes) patch-recursive content.patch Administrator Admin, 2008-03-21 16:56
patch-recursive-content2.patch (787 Bytes) patch-recursive-content2.patch Administrator Admin, 2008-08-15 02:05
#1

Updated by Peter Niederlag almost 13 years ago

Of course this would be a nice improvement for 4.x

but just as a note, since pidInList has .stdWrap properties of course you can build a recursive puidInList yourself by some TypoScript (and don't need a userFunc!).

I admit it is not an easy solution but works, sry don't have any example at hand right now.

Greets,
Peter

#2

Updated by Georg Ringer almost 13 years ago

Hi Peter! Yeah of course you could to it with some TS, probably via a cObj CONTENT or whatever but the userfunc would still be the shorter and easier solution. of course the ts setting recursive =2 would be just the best. It will go into 4.3 as some other things I got in my mind ;) (hopefully)

#3

Updated by Christian Kuhn over 12 years ago

Attached a new patch with minor modifications:

- Fixed a parse error due to a missing closing braket
- Fixed minor CGL whitespace issues
- Added an isset to the if statement

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