Customizations

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It's very easy to customize Group-Office without modifying the existing sourcecode. This way you don't have to redo all the customizations each time you upgrade to a newer version.

Client side code

This example will add a dummy tab to the e-mail account dialog. Please read "Creating a module" first to get started. You need to enable debugging mode.

1. Create the folder modules/mymodule

2. Create modules/mymodule/scripts.txt with:

modules/mymodule/Plugin.js


Create modules/mymodule/Plugin.js and put this in it:

GO.moduleManager.onModuleReady('email',function(){
	Ext.override(GO.email.AccountDialog, {
		initComponent : GO.email.AccountDialog.prototype.initComponent.createSequence(function(){
			this.tabPanel.add(new Ext.Panel({
				title:'A dummy tab',
				html:'Just an example'
			}));
			//make dialog a little bit wider
			this.width+=100;
		})
	});
});

Install the module and you should have a dummy tab in the account dialog at:

E-mail -> Administration -> E-mail accounts -> Accounts


Here are some other useful overrides:

GO.moduleManager.onModuleReady('calendar',  function(){
	//Make row height larger in the calendar.
	Ext.override(GO.grid.CalendarGrid,{
		hourHeight : 80,
		minRows : 1
	});

	//send invitation to participants by default
	Ext.override(GO.calendar.ParticipantsPanel, {	
		setEventId : GO.calendar.ParticipantsPanel.prototype.setEventId.createSequence(function(){
				this.inviteCheckbox.setValue(true);
		})
	});	
});


//start java upload right away in the files module
GO.moduleManager.onModuleReady('files',function(){
   Ext.override(GO.files.FileBrowser, {
      initComponent : GO.files.FileBrowser.prototype.initComponent.createSequence(function(){         
         this.uploadButton.handler=function(){
            window.open(GO.settings.modules.files.url
                                       + 'jupload/index.php?id='
                                       + this.folder_id);
         }
      })
   })
});

Server side code

You can add your own functionality to existing controllers in the PHP backend too. Take a look at the Event handling page.

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