[pmwiki-users] EnableDrafts and PmForm

Criss Ittermann crisses at kinhost.org
Mon Nov 3 19:25:06 CST 2014

I finally got to try it out, and the hidden field didn't behave as desired.  In fact, I'm not sure anything happened at all.

Would the first example you gave cause problems for another pmform, such as one that sends emails?


On Oct 22, 2014, at 12:09 PM, Petko Yotov <5ko at 5ko.fr> wrote:

> The current implementation could be changed to require Publish permissions when Drafts are enabled but it would require a password for the data page _before_ trying to save the draft version:
>  if ($_REQUEST['action'] == 'pmform')
>    $HandleAuth['edit'] = 'publish';
> Instead, try adding a hidden field inside your pmform template, something like:
>  (:input hidden postdraft 1:)
> This should cause the post to be considered as if the user had pressed the "Save draft" button while editing the page, so the Draft page will be filled. (Unless I don't quite understand what you're trying to do.)
> Petko
> On 22.10.2014 12:24, Criss Ittermann wrote:
>> When a PmForm writes to another page, it doesn't respect the
>> $EnableDrafts and $EnablePublishAttr features.
>> Is there a way to require a PmForm respect these settings?
>> We have 2 levels of author: admins & members. When a member uses a
>> PmForm to change their profile, it should be approved by an admin
>> before going public. I'm using the drafts system but member data is
>> being stored in a "secret data area".
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