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Have you ever used CodeIgniter in conjunction with KoolPHPSuite ?

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Hi Experts!

Have you ever used CodeIgniter in conjunction with KoolPHPSuite ?

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

Do you know what could solve this?

<?php
    
      $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.
    $myform_manager->Init();

    $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");

    $datepicker->Init();
    $datepicker1->Init();

    $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:
<?php
    echo $datepicker->Render();
?>
    <br/>
    <br/>
Data Final:
<?php
    echo $datepicker1->Render();
?>
		
<?php
    if ($datepicker->Value != null)
    {
        echo "<b>Data Inicial:</b> " . $datepicker->Value;
    }
    if ($datepicker1->Value != null)
    {
        echo "<b>Data Final:</b> " . $datepicker1->Value;
    }

?>
<br />
<br />

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Thanks in advance!
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by:Marco Gasi
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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
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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

Cheers
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by:Eduardo Fuerte
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MarqusG

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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Marco Gasi earned 2000 total points
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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.

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

Cheers
Marco
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