wrong working place, I am jumping around diff workingplacing. so lost my way. 🙂
The 'Type' column is actually also not seachable, it is kinda human-readable English word to describe the ClassName, e.g SilverStripe\UserForms\Model\UserDefinedForm is marked as 'page'
@nightjarnz understood. thanks
@Firesphere thanks. I will try to shorten the module name then.
got a question about composer.json -> extra -> installer-name, recently we developed a vendor module which has a really long name, e.g.
mycompany/silverstripe-several-words-very-long and for installation, I want the directory name to be a little shorter than
silverstripe-several-words-very-long. I thought the
composer.json is the place I could customize the directory name, but I am wrong, as I give it a short name there, but it doesn't affect. Anyone knows what do I need to do, instead of using the
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@webbower I think I am going to go with @nightjarnz the
LastEdited datetime field is managed / updated by the system automatically and is used in many many different ways and other legacy modules, in you case, why not make another field to hold your origin / source data's similar field, maybe `OrginalLastUpdated' and use it just meet your purpose of IA?
@Nightcrawler though I am not sure what
composer require will behave in that
project-files-installed light spot.
@Nightcrawler can you confirm that Page.php file exist in the host server that you works on? if you run
composer create-project in local, there are bunch of files like Page.php / PageController.php, etc will be created for you and awaiting you add the meat to the bone, but if you you run
composer install or 'composer update` in the server, the block mentioned by @Joe will be not effect hence will not create those files for you.
I think it is still a class but abstract class.