Pattern Syntax: Content (CCK)

Valid properties for "content" action

  • name (human readable name, unique, required)
  • type (machine-readable name, unique, required)
  • description
  • title_label
  • body_label
  • min_word_count
  • help (submission guidelines)
  • node_options (Workflow settings) - required when workflow settings contain additional options besides 4 Drupal core default ones (status, promote, sticky, revision)
  • status - alias for node_options['status']
  • promote - alias for node_options['promote']
  • sticky - alias for node_options['sticky']
  • revision - alias for node_options['revision']
  • has_body - set to 0 if you want to remove/omit body field from this content type
  • comment
          valid values:
          0 - Disabled, 
          1 - Read only, 
          2 - Read/Write (default)
        
  • comment_default_mode
          valid values:
          1 - Flat list - collapsed, 
          2 - Flat list - expanded, 
          3 - Threaded list - collapsed, 
          4 - Threaded list - expanded (default)
        
  • comment_default_order
          valid values:
          1 - Date - newest first (default), 
          2 - Date - oldest first 
        

Pattern Syntax: User

Valid tags for <user>:

add user:

  • name (unique)
  • mail (unique)
  • password (as plain text)
  • roles
  • status (0 - block, 1 - activate)

edit user:

  • timezone (format +hhmm e.g. +0400, -0930)
  • contact (0 - disable, 1 - enable)

In case profile module (or any other module) adds additional fields to user registration form and those fields are required, pattern will fail if value for that field is not provided.

Revisioning

Follow the seven simple steps below to create a basic content publication workflow that will satisfy most of your requirements for revision moderation, using the Revisioning module. Then, if needed, further enhance content security with fine-grained access control through two more tutorials on publication workflow for categorized content with workflow states.

In this first tutorial we'll keep things simple. We'll present a solution to the following common scenario:

Authors write content that prior to being made publicly visible must be reviewed (and possibly edited) by moderators. Once the moderators have published content, authors should be prevented from modifying it while “live”, but they should be able to submit new revisions to their moderators.

Pattern Syntax: System

"theme" action

Set default theme. All other themes will be disabled at the same time.

<theme>MyTheme</theme>

"form" action

Form action allows you to execute any Drupal form that is not directly supported by patterns module.
This action has certain limitations - it can't support forms that require complex data types as arguments - only scalar values and arrays are supported.

Pattern Syntax: Profile

Overview

Drupal forms supported:

  1. Add New Profile Field (/admin/user/profile/add/*)
  2. Edit Profile Field (/admin/user/profile/edit/*)
  3. Delete Profile Field (/admin/user/profile/delete/*)

Available actions:

  1. profile

Depends on the following modules:

Pattern Syntax: Menu

Valid elements for "menu" action

  • menu_name - machine-readable name of menu (unique)
  • name - alias for menu_name (unique)
  • title
  • description
  • delete - set to 1 to delete menu

Full menu_name (including prefix 'menu-' for those menus that use it) must be specified in order to edit or delete existing menu.
If menu name is not provided or menu with the provided name doesn't exist, new menu will be created.

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