In the build/HelperScripts directory you can find a series of small scripts and tools that are useful to achieve some of those special tasks that help adapt the system to your specific needs. Some of these should be done directly inside the application, and hopefully someday they will be, but in the mean time, these are the steps to get it working.
This is an example script to show how you can add an action link in the right panel of the detailview of an existing module. In this case it is adding an Add Ticket action link to the Accounts module.
This is an example script to show how to associated a workflow custom method to a module. You can read more about it here.
This is not needed anymore, you can now go to Settings > Module Manager > ModComments > Settings and activate it there.
This script adds the comment functionality to any module. Copy it to the root of your install and execute in the browser with the module name you want to have the feature:
Remember to delete the file when you are finished.
This is the composer installer worker script. It is in charge of launching the install/update of modules installed using composer. More on this can be read in the Perspective Initiative.
This script converts a uitype 1 text field into a picklist respecting all the current values in the field. It accepts two parameters:
Script to load and show the functionality of the coreBOS Eventing system
This is an example script to show how to delete a module
This script is for debugging the workflow process. It executes a given workflow, against a record and gives us the result of the evaluation of the conditions on screen. If the workflow is a scheduled workflow it will show us the full SQL generated. If it is an event based workflow it will tell us if it evaluates to true or false for the record.
This helper script is a utility to manually execute one task inside a given workflow against a given entity in the system. We basically use this to debug workflows that fail for some reason and have more than one task. Once you know which task is failing you can concentrate on that one to debug it.
This is an example script to show how to install a module from it's manifest.xml file when all files are already copied into place in the filesytem
This script is a copy of the installmodule.php script specifically tailored to installing the coreBOS updater module.
Script that creates 100 records and then deletes them. We use this one to test time impact of the optimization changes we make
Please do not leave this files in the root of your install. Remember to delete the file when you are finished.
The dumpdatabase script will create a mysql dump of your database leaving out the the potentially big tables of audit trail and module tracker. This is very useful when those table get VERY big (as they do on long living installs) both to get a copy of the database to debug some behavior and to make faster backups during the work week leaving a full dump for company low or downtime.
The addAuditModtracker.sql script will create the tables so you can use the database.