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-This module allows you to use and save node rating in your database.
-This module is also compatible with oracle darabase.
-Once activated star voting will create a new bloc in BO, that you can use with any content type you need.
-Star voting is very easy to use.
The module consist of 3 modules which extends Deployment module:
Module fixes menu parent hierarchy issues by using the menu and node services to discover the correct remote parent item to select when deploying nodes.
This code could be included directly in node_deploy.module but it was easier to keep it separate during development.
This still has issues when sending over new parent and child nodes as part of the same deployment; if the child nodes are sent first, obviously the parents don't yet exist, so the lookup fails and the items are incorrectly parented. However, this seems difficult to solve fully, especially if you are sending a large menu tree with more than two levels of parent/child items in a single plan - the plan item weight system can't easily cope with this level of complexity, especially if some of those nodes have further dependencies on other nodes. There are seemingly impossible chicken-and-egg corner cases if a parent menu item has a nodereference field to a child menu item, for example.
This module is designed for high traffic sites that make heavy use of caching.
Disables the ability to clear the entire Drupal caches through the admin interface and forces the user to use the multistep version of drush cc instead of drush cc all.
Exposes a number of core caches: module-implements, bootstrap, block etc as well as all the entitycache caches to drush cc. This allows users to avoid clearing all caches when a single cache would have been appropriate.
This project adds a new tab to the Results of a Webform. It provides an Ext JS-based grid to view and directly edit Webform submissions.
As of now, I have only tested this module on Drupal 7.x using Webform 4.x. It might work on Webform 3.x, however.
To use this module, obtain the module directory (webform_extended_table) and contained files and directories (via git) and place in your sites/all/modules directory.
Since this module also requires Ext JS to render the table, you must download that separately from the Sencha Ext JS site. I have only tested the module against Ext JS ver. 4.2.1. The download from Sencha will contain a top-level directory named ext-184.108.40.2063 (or some equivalent). Place that directory in your sites/all/libraries folder, and rename that top-level directory "extjs".
Once the module is enabled, create a Webform with submissions. Then in the admin, go to the Webform and click on the "Results" tab. There you will find a new sub-tab named "ExtJS - Table". Click on that sub-tab to view and edit the submissions in an Ext JS dynamic grid. You must be logged in with proper permissions for viewing and editing to use those functionalities.