I’m trying to adjust all the link at the very top when inside a specific bean, but I can’t figure out how to read the current module name/bean->id
(or if it’s even possible).
As a workaround I thought of indicating a custom header, but in meta we can only put custom headerTPL, example
$viewdefs[mod][DetailView][templateMeta][form][headerTpl] => 'custom/themes/SuiteP/tpls/headerModuleList_c.tpl',
But we can’t indicate a custom headerMODULELIST it seems
Would appreciate your help, have been at it for quite a few hours already
wanted to update with the things I have already tried:
Calling $_REQUEST inside .tpl file, but since the URL contains a # it seems like the module name, record etc. are generated by JS
Calling $bean->id, $focus->id etc.
Setting up a custom view then defining module/record id as a smarty variable > defining a custom header in metadata for that view > reading that smarty variable inside the custom header. Problem is that it seems like we can only specify a custom ‘headerTpl’, but not a custom ‘headerModuleList.tpl’
Figured it out
If we look at the displayHeader() method of the SugarView class we can see what smarty variables are getting assigned.
One of them is $recentRecords
The first item of $recentRecords will contain the current module and record id.
As a test you can put the following in somewhere at the top of _headerModuleList.tpl:
Above is actually incorrect… it doesn’t work sometimes, so please do not use.