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Module provide resources for module services to integrate ERPAL platform with API unify service.
API Unify is a wrapper for Standard API implementations, allowing easy synchronisation, quick integration and even a fast replacement of REST services. This module is dedicated to bringing together API Unify and ERPAL. API Unify will be published in 2016- if you're interested feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Block Custom Title Module:
Block Custom Title module can be used to manage the block title for specific pages. Here, privileged user can add/edit block titles.
The Block Custom Title module provides an image link near the Block Titles. Click on the image, a form is provided where the new title of the block can be entered and saved. Please find the attached screen shot, block_custom_title_entry.png.
This module adds a new product discount condition called "Commerce Discount Quantity" to Commerce Discounts. It was copied from Commerce Discounts Extra with the "product" removed so I could check on product quantity only.
The padlock module is designed to limit the functionality of Drupal forms by setting a validation error unless the form is allowed to be submitted in the module configuration. The module also provides a permission to bypass the padlock validation for roles with the elevated permission.
The Site Test module is an extension of the Drupal core SimpleTest module for running site-specific tests in-place on an active Drupal installation. Unlike the core SimpleTest module, which creates a new Drupal installation with a blank database for each test run, SiteTest allows to clone existing database for each test and run it with real-world data and configuration.
Book cache is a drop in performance improvement for the book module. Book is very expensive when it comes to calculating the previous, next, and parent links for use in rendering at the bottom of the page. By hijacking core's uncache-able version of this function, book cache is able to serve up the results from cache bins instead of calculated at run time.
This is a simple module that will stop users from being able to login as user 1. Administrators will still be able to login as user 1 using drush. The idea behind this is to protect a site from the accidental loss of user 1's password. Ideally, two-factor authentication would be used to mitigate that instead, but this is a quick alternative.
If you enable this module, and do not have access to the machine using drush— you will NOT, I repeat, NOT be able to log back in as user 1. This will be sad for you, but here is your warning.
This module adds a new field to views called Order Better Balance as a field, in sort and in filters, so you can sort and filter by order balance. This cannot be done in the current order balance field.
Filter and Sort by order balance from within views.