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Personal Instalation of InvisionBoard

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  1. equens

    equens Well-Known Member

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    Hello, I want to add my personal instalation of invisionboard:

    &form method=POST action=&install.html&&
    &input name=auser type=text&
    &input type=hidden name=addonname value=&InvisionBoard&&
    &input name=apass type=text&
    &input name=url type=text&
    &/form&

    But now I need to add a Modify an existing Installtion or Remove an existing Installtion.



    Remove an existing Installtion

    &/form&
    &form method=POST action=&kill.html&&
    &input type=hidden name=addonname value=&InvisionBoard&&
    &select name=url&
    ???
    &/select&

    ???= &cpanel Addons=&listaddonname()&& ???
    I dont known this tag and I can't see at the api list.


    Do you know?
    Thanks!
     
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    The calls are

    &cpanel Park=&cplistaddons()&& List Current Addons
    &cpanel Park=&listaddonsop()&&List for Remove
     
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    &cpanel Addons=&mainpage($FORM{'addonname'})&& automatically generates all three forms (new installation, modify an existing installation and remove an existing installation). It also adds the script name and a description. If you want to use your own configuration for InvisionBoard, I think the simplest is dealing with it as if it was a normal Addon Script, with its config file and all, just like the others, and using mainpage() to generate the forms.

    &cpanel Addons=&mainpage($FORM{'addonname'})&& genera automáticamente los tres formularios (nueva instalación, modificar y borrar). También pone el nombre del script y la descripción. Si quieres usar tu propia configuración para InvisionBoard lo mejor es que lo trates como un &Addon Script& más, con su fichero de configuración y todo, como los otros, y uses mainpage() para generar los formularios.
     
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    Now I see what addon was meant, I was thinking addon domain for some reason.
     
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    equens Well-Known Member

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    Thanks

    Thanks to dgbaker and Juanra!!

    I need to offer my own personal instalation to translate the language to spanish.

    I know that &cpanel Addons=&mainpage($FORM{'addonname'})&&
    show 3 forms, add, modify and delete.

    But what do I need to add a remove an existing Installtion option?

    &/form&
    &form method=POST action=&kill.html&&
    &input type=hidden name=addonname value=&InvisionBoard&&
    &select name=url&
    ??? &------ list urls of InvisionBoard installeds in this domain
    &/select&


    What's the correct tag?

    Thanks again!
     
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    equens Well-Known Member

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    I need to add this option to a separate page

    Thanks Juanra, but I want to add this option to a separate page, not at the installlation form.

    Thanks again!
     
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    Ah, I see... I guess you could take those from the corresponding $homedir/.addonscgi file. I'll contact you tonight by email - I need to adapt this forms to Spanish as well.
     
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    equens Well-Known Member

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    ;-)

    Hola Juanra, yo creo que me vas a entender, no me había percatado de tu procedencia. Lo que quiero es listar los foros invision instalados en otra pagina de sesisnstalacion.

    Ya he configurado la de instalación a mi gusto y funciona perfectamente, ahora me falta ofrecer desistalación pero sin el resto de formas, es decir sólo desisntalar.

    Por eso necesito saber el tag para listar foros instalados. Debe ser un tag sencillo como algo así:

    &cpanel Addons=&cplistaddons()&&
    pero no lo encuentro por ningun lado.


    Un saludo!
     
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    equens Well-Known Member

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    Hi dgbaker

    Do you know how can I list the url of the forums installed in the domain?

    &cpanel Addons=&cplisturladdons()&& ????

    Thanks!
    Best regards Equens
     
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    Not really sure, I know for phpBB it is &cpanel Cgi=&listboards()&& but for Iboard I'm not sure if there is one.
     
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    equens Well-Known Member

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    ops!

    This tag doesn't runs and any of this :p

    &cpanel Cgi=&listboards()&&
    &cpanel Cgi=&listinvboards()&&
    &cpanel Cgi=&InvisionBoard()&&
    &cpanel Cgi=&InvisionBoards()&&
    &cpanel Cgi=&invisionboards()&&
    &cpanel Cgi=&listinvisionboards()&&
    &cpanel Cgi=&listinvisionboard()&&


    Somebody knows it?
    Thanks!
     
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    I don't think you'll find it, but you might find this useful:

    http://html.conclase.net/cp/scripts/HCCApi.pdf

    &cpanel HCCApi=&AddonsListInstalledOptions($FORM{'addonname'})&& is what you're looking for :p
     
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    equens Well-Known Member

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    Thanks Juanra!!!

    This is really good!!!

    If I follow these steps...

    3) switch to root user
    4) # cd /usr/local/cpanel/Cpanel/
    5) # wget http://html.conclase.net/cp/scripts/HCCApi.txt
    6) # chown root.root HCCApi.txt
    7) # chmod 0644 HCCApi.txt
    8) # mv HCCApi.txt HCCApi.pm

    I will be able to use your &cpanel HCCApi=&AddonsListInstalledOptions(addonname)&& tag!!!

    And I will be able to translate the alert windows in O.E. Autoconfig!!!

    Thank you very much!!
     
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    equens Well-Known Member

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    Hi again Juanra

    I have followed these steps...

    3) switch to root user
    4) # cd /usr/local/cpanel/Cpanel/
    5) # wget http://html.conclase.net/cp/scripts/HCCApi.txt
    6) # chown root.root HCCApi.txt
    7) # chmod 0644 HCCApi.txt
    8) # mv HCCApi.txt HCCApi.pm

    And I have put this tag
    &cpanel HCCApi=&AddonsListInstalledOptions(addonname)&&

    But it doesn't run. Should I include any line of code in this page to call HCCApi.pm?

    Thank you very much!!
     
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