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First steps - Installation

First of all you must install package. It will install component, modules and plugin. Troubleshooting: Failed to load this file in server This new version of the extension contains a heavy... Continue reading

First steps:Create List

You can create a new list in several ways: Using the 'new' button of the toolbar in order to configure a new list from scratch. Selecting one of your existing lists and using 'copy' option. This... Continue reading

How to create the fields(columns) of your list

After selecting a title for your list and a general description you can access the 'fields' tab in order to configure your columns. Click 'Add Field' for each of the columns you need to add to your... Continue reading

Configuring the acl (permissions) table

Click 'configure access control' option of your list in order to access to this page: Here you can configure access rights for joomla groups to the list. You can check if the different groups... Continue reading

Access configuration to manage general settings of the list

Configuration option will allow you to configure general parameters over several tabs: Main config - Save historic access: Enables/disables the saving of the user actions over your list that... Continue reading

Configuring layouts

Form layout: This layout is the one that will be shown containing the form you want to use for add/edit records from the front end. You can freely create your form with the html editor, using... Continue reading

Loading records

You have several ways to load records to your recently created list. You have the option to introduce data manually (from the backend or from the front-end form), or, load a set of existing records... Continue reading

How to publish your list

Next step is to create a list manager module or a menu component that will work as frontend management. Go to Module Manager and create a new Module of type 'List Manager'. If you want to add a new... Continue reading

Using Views

In addition to the default configuration of your list, you can also create views from it. A view is based on the same list, but with some changes from the default configuration. This allows you... Continue reading

Historic access

With this option you can check the log of actions made by your users at front-end. You can filter the information by action, user, or free text. Selecting one of the actions and pressing 'View'... Continue reading

Copy list/backup

Using 'Export List (backup)' option you can download a file (.xml) containing a backup of your list (structure and data) that you can store and keep in case you need to recover, make a duplicate of... Continue reading

Export data

Once your records are properly loaded inside your list, you may want to make a copy of your data, and/or allow your users to export and store the information, so you have several options to achieve... Continue reading

Enabling Bulk updates

When one or more fields are marked as suitable for bulk update (fields configuration) and the user accessing the list has permission to use this option (acl), each row can be selected using a... Continue reading

Translations

List manager uses default joomla language files system. It will load the language selected for front or backend according to your joomla main configuration. If you have your site configured for... Continue reading

Advanced modules (form/filter/search/compare)

Form module This module allows you to display an input form in order to add new records to any list from any other page of your website. Just configure the module selecting the destination list... Continue reading

Installation-troubleshooting

First of all you must install the component at your joomla backend. Troubleshooting: Failed to load this file in server This new version of the extension contains a heavy library, regarding... Continue reading

Table Manager: basic steps

The first backend view when you access Table Manager menu link is the existing list of names and their associated tables. You can use the first options to manage data from your database... Continue reading

Creating/Managing tables of your database

If you have already your database tables created, you can skip this step. Please note you can also create your database tables from any other database manager, Table Manager will be able to handle... Continue reading

Creating table manager

Once you have available your database tables, you can link your new tables (or previously existing ones) to lists ready to be shown and managed from the front-end. Click 'New' to manage a database... Continue reading

Configuration

You have available different tabs with several configuration parameters. Pager: This tab configures the front-end pagination of your data. Set how many options you want to see at the 'show'... Continue reading

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