beffe at beffe.de
Mon Jun 16 23:00:02 CEST 2003
you can read all channels of a ContentDefinition with the method
getAllSubChannelsOfRootChannel and then iterate over these channels.
to get all channels of a cd you may use getChannels or
getSelectedChannels (this cuts off the root channel)
the master module is part of opencms and the source can be downloaded
Am Mon, 2003-06-16 um 21.41 schrieb Urich, Chase:
> Is it possible to have a detail page listing the contents of a channel
> AND it's sub-channels. Suppose I had the following as channels:
> Would it be possible to create a list of ALL jobs in all
> channels/sub-channels? I don't have any problems reading the list from
> any given sub-channel, but when I specify the root "/jobs/" channel, I
> get nothing (all jobs are classified in a sub-channel, none are assigned
> to the root level).
> Next item ... Can I get a list of the channels that an item belongs to?
> For instance, if I had a job that was in /jobs/it/ and /jobs/hr/, can I
> read that list of channels from the item? I don't appear to have the
> source code to the CmsMasterModule (or any of the com.alkacon.* files)
> which appears to implement many of the things I seem to have questions
> about, so I cannot 'peek' into the code to figure things out.
> Also, I seem to be having a great deal of difficulty finding
> documentation regarding custom sort/filter methods for channels. Is
> there anyone/anywhere I can find more information about this?
> Chase Urich
> Web Programmer
> LeTourneau University
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