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Figure 4-11 shows an example of the edit field form for the text field and what it produces on the Baseball Team creation form.
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Figure 4-11. Adding a text field to the form
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These seven fields appear on all field type forms. A text field is the simplest field type and has only the standard seven configuration options. Others, such as drop-down menu and table, have extra configuration options in addition to the seven standard ones. Adding a drop-down menu to the form, for determining which league a team plays in, is similar to adding the text field. Start by clicking add dropdown menu from the admin/node/ types screen. In addition to the seven standard fields, the form for adding a drop-down menu has a group called Options. The values you enter here will become the various options in the content-creation form later. Clicking the More button provides additional fields in case you need more options. In the same way, you will be able to add the other fields needed to complete the Basketball Team form. The example in Figure 4-12 uses various core and contributed field types, including the following:
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An e-mail address field for Contact email A table field for Players A text field for Motto An image field for Team photo Color pickers for the Team color fields
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Figure 4-12. A finished basketball team node
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Table View for the Content Type
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Once you have finished designing your flexinode content type and have created a number of actual nodes basketball teams, in this example you can view the results in the tabular view that flexinode offers. There is no link offered to this tabular view, so you must create one yourself using the primary or secondary links, or perhaps with the Menu module.
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The path to the table view takes the form flexinode/table/type_id, where type_id is the numerical ID assigned to the content type you wish to view. To find out exactly what this ID is, you will need to do a little sleuthing. Go to the content type editing screen for the type that you are interested in: administer content content types edit content type. The URL in your browser s address bar should look something like this: http://localhost/drupal/ q=admin/node/types/edit_type/1 From this URL, you see that the type ID number is 1, thus the URL to the table view for this content type is as follows: http://localhost/drupal/ q=flexinode/table/1 Figure 4-13 shows the table view for the sample Basketball Team flexinode type.
Figure 4-13. The table view for basketball teams
Event Module
Sites interested in publicizing information about upcoming events (concerts, meetings, deadlines, and so on) will find the Drupal Event module very useful. An event, in Drupal s view, is any node that has a start, and possibly an end, time. This flexibility opens the door for any node type to become an event. Events can be viewed in calendars, and the calendars can be filtered to show events based on node type and taxonomy categories. As any node type can be event-enabled, you can use the Flexinode module to create various event types. A site for a music school could create Concert, Rehearsal, Lecture, and Holiday (when the school is closed) event types. The Concert and Rehearsal event types could then use an ensemble taxonomy vocabulary to show when and where ensembles are rehearsing or playing concerts. It would then be possible to show calendars and schedules for queries such as concerts and rehearsals for the symphony orchestra in May and June. The Event module works particularly well for tracking the when aspect of events. Later in the chapter, I will show you how you can use the Location module to track the where part of events.
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Installing the Event Module
Follow these steps to install the Event module: 1. Download the latest version of the Event module from http://drupal.org/project/ event. 2. Perform the recommended backup of your database, and then import the database definitions (event.mysql or event.pgsql) using the tool of your choice. 3. Place the Event module with all its files under modules/event. 4. Navigate to administer modules (admin/modules) and enable the module. Once the Event module has been installed, you need to configure it and also decide which node types are to become event-enabled. After you ve configured the Event module and enabled at least one node type to be event-aware, you will be ready to create some events.
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