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Have you ever used CodeIgniter in conjunction with KoolPHPSuite ?

Posted on 2013-06-07
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Last Modified: 2013-06-07
Hi Experts!

Have you ever used CodeIgniter in conjunction with KoolPHPSuite ?

Some unexpected behaviors comes, example bellow:
Maybe due some intrinsic CodeIgniter constructor treatment...

Do you know what could solve this?

      $KoolControlsFolder = "/../../../KoolPHPSuite/KoolControls"; //Relative path to "KoolPHPSuite/KoolControls" folder
    $koolajax->scriptFolder = $KoolControlsFolder . "/KoolAjax";
    require $KoolControlsFolder . "/KoolCalendar/koolcalendar.php";
    require $KoolControlsFolder . "/KoolForm/koolform.php";
    require $KoolControlsFolder . "/KoolAjax/koolajax.php";
    require $KoolControlsFolder . "/KoolComboBox/koolcombobox.php";   

    $myform_manager = new KoolForm("myform");
    $myform_manager->scriptFolder = $KoolControlsFolder . "/KoolForm";
    $myform_manager->DecorationEnabled = true;
    $myform_manager->styleFolder = "sunset";

    $myform_manager->Validate = true; //Validate form before post
    $myform_manager->RenderWithExistingMarkup = true; //Use existing page layout
    $myform_manager->StatePersistent = false; //Don't keep state persistent after postback.

    $datepicker = $myform_manager->AddControl(new KoolDatePicker("datepicker"));//Create calendar object
    $datepicker->scriptFolder = $KoolControlsFolder . "/KoolCalendar"; //Set scriptFolder
    $datepicker->styleFolder = "default";
    $datepicker->DateFormat = "d/m/Y";
    $datepicker->Date = date("dmY");

    $datepicker1 = $myform_manager->AddControl(new KoolDatePicker("datepicker1")); //Create calendar object
    $datepicker1->scriptFolder = $KoolControlsFolder . "/KoolCalendar"; //Set scriptFolder
    $datepicker1->styleFolder = "default";
    $datepicker1->DateFormat = "d/m/Y";
    $datepicker1->Date = date("dmY");


    $con = mysql_connect(db_host, db_user, db_word);
    mysql_select_db(db_name, $con);


<form id="form2" method="post"  action="Teste_Kool_Pesq_Lanc_01.php" method="POST">
    <br />
    <br />
    Data Inicial:
    echo $datepicker->Render();
Data Final:
    echo $datepicker1->Render();
    if ($datepicker->Value != null)
        echo "<b>Data Inicial:</b> " . $datepicker->Value;
    if ($datepicker1->Value != null)
        echo "<b>Data Final:</b> " . $datepicker1->Value;

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Thanks in advance!
Question by:Eduardo Fuerte
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by:Marco Gasi
ID: 39229217
Is the code you posted the controller code? It doesn't seem to be... See here a first suggestion about how to use KoolPhp with CI: http://ellislab.com/forums/viewthread/198459/
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by:Marco Gasi
ID: 39229239
You find the same code in the KoolPhp forum here: http://forum.koolphp.net/viewtopic.php?t=687&highlight=codeigniter
Another example here: http://forum.koolphp.net/viewtopic.php?t=2483&highlight=codeigniter

Hope this helps


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by:Eduardo Fuerte
ID: 39229342

Thanks for the reply!
I was a little afraid about compatibilities.
Do you have any personal experience in using this in conjunction? if possible could you share it?
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Accepted Solution

Marco Gasi earned 2000 total points
ID: 39229401
I have no direct experience about, but if KoolPhp forum says it is possible, I don't see why you have to fear for compatibility problems. You can see the first piece of code has been defined helpful by the user asked for a help (http://forum.koolphp.net/viewtopic.php?t=687&highlight=codeigniter)

What I can explain is that you have to put in the controller the code which sets up the KoolPhp component and then call simply render function in the view page.


Author Closing Comment

by:Eduardo Fuerte
ID: 39230595
Thank you for the assistance.
I'm finding the way, unfortunatelly KoolPHPSuite does not give to much examples....
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by:Marco Gasi
ID: 39230619
Thanks for points and good luck with your project.


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