class hostingService_example_basic

Hierarchy

Expanded class hierarchy of hostingService_example_basic

Members

Contains filters are case sensitive
Namesort descending Modifiers Type Description
hostingService::$available public property
hostingService::$server public property
hostingService::context_import public function
hostingService::has_port public function
hostingService::mergeData protected function
hostingService::save public function
hostingService::setValues public function
hostingService::__construct function
hostingService_example::$service public property the value stored in the service column of hosting_service table.
hostingService_example_basic::$has_port public property this service needs to have a port specified for it. Overrides hostingService::$has_port
hostingService_example_basic::$has_restart_cmd public property this service needs to be restarted with a shell command. Overrides hostingService::$has_restart_cmd
hostingService_example_basic::$type public property the value stored in the type column of the hosting_service table.
hostingService_example_basic::context_options public function Pass values to the provision backend when we call provision-save. Overrides hostingService::context_options
hostingService_example_basic::default_port function the default value for the port input. Overrides hostingService::default_port
hostingService_example_basic::default_restart_cmd function The default value for the restart command input. Overrides hostingService::default_restart_cmd
hostingService_example_basic::delete function Delete a record from the database, based on server node. Overrides hostingService::delete
hostingService_example_basic::delete_revision function Delete a specific reivision from the database. Overrides hostingService::delete_revision
hostingService_example_basic::form function Extend the server node form. Overrides hostingService::form
hostingService_example_basic::insert function Insert a record into the database. Overrides hostingService::insert
hostingService_example_basic::load function Load associated values for the service. Overrides hostingService::load
hostingService_example_basic::update function Update a record in the database. Overrides hostingService::update
hostingService_example_basic::validate function Validate a form submission. Overrides hostingService::validate
hostingService_example_basic::view function Display settings on the server node page. Overrides hostingService::view

File

example/hosting_example.service.inc, line 26
Example service implementation for the hosting front end.

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class hostingService_example_basic extends hostingService_example {
  /**
   * the value stored in the type column of the hosting_service table.
   */
  public $type = 'basic';


  /**
   * this service needs to have a port specified for it.
   */
  public $has_port = TRUE;

  /**
   * the default value for the port input.
   */
  function default_port() {
    return 12345;
  }

  /**
   * this service needs to be restarted with a shell command.
   */
  public $has_restart_cmd = TRUE;

  /**
   * The default value for the restart command input.
   */
  function default_restart_cmd() {
    return "/usr/bin/true";
  }



  /**
   * node operations
   */

  /**
   * Load associated values for the service.
   *
   * In this example we will use the variable system to retrieve values.
   */
  function load() {
    // REMEMBER TO CALL THE PARENT!
    parent::load();
    $this->example_field = variable_get('hosting_example_field_' . $this->server->nid, 'default value');

    /**
     * Although this example does not have it's own tables, we provide some utitilty functions
     * for use in this method.
     *
     * If this example used it's own tables, we could use the mergeData method below to merge in the
     * results automatically, instead of iterating through the results ourself.
     */

    // $this->mergeData("SELECT example_field FROM {hosting_example} WHERE vid = :vid", array(':vid' => $this->server->vid));
  }

  /**
   * Display settings on the server node page.
   *
   * Modify the reference passed to the method to add additional implementation
   * specific fields to be displayed.
   *
   * @param
   *   A reference to the associative array of the subsection of the page
   *   reserved for this service implementation.
   */
  function view(&$render) {
    // REMEMBER TO CALL THE PARENT!
    parent::view($render);
    $render['example_field'] = array(
      '#type' => 'item',
      '#title' => t('Example field'),
      
      // Remember to pass the display through filter_xss!
      '#markup' => filter_xss($this->example_field),
    );
  }

  /**
   * Extend the server node form.
   *
   * Modify the reference passed to the method to add additional implementation
   * specific fields to be stored and managed.
   *
   * @param
   *   A reference to the associative array of the subsection of the form
   *   reserved for this service implementation.
   */
  function form(&$form) {
    // REMEMBER TO CALL THE PARENT!
    parent::form($form);

    $form['example_field'] = array(
      '#type' => 'textfield',
      '#title' => t('Example field'),
      '#description' => t('An example field for the user to fill in.'),
      '#size' => 40,
      '#default_value' => ($this->example_field) ? $this->example_field : 'default value',
      '#maxlength' => 64,
      '#weight' => 5,
    );
  }

  /**
   * Validate a form submission.
   */
  function validate(&$node, &$form) {
    // REMEMBER TO CALL THE PARENT!
    parent::validate($node, $form);

    if (sizeof($this->example_field) > 30) {
      form_set_error('example_field', t("The example string must not be longer than 30 characters"));
    }
  }

  /**
   * Insert a record into the database.
   *
   * Called by hosting_server_hook_insert().
   *
   * The values associated with this implementation have already
   * been set as properties of $this object, so we now need to
   * save them.
   *
   * For this example we will use the variables table, but you should
   * create your own tables with an install file and hook_schema.
   */
  function insert() {
    // REMEMBER TO CALL THE PARENT!
    parent::insert();

    variable_set('hosting_example_field_' . $this->server->nid, $this->example_field);
  }

  /**
   * Update a record in the database.
   *
   * Called by hosting_server_hook_update().
   *
   * For this example we will use the variables table, but you should
   * create your own tables with an install file and hook_schema.
   */
  function update() {
    // REMEMBER TO CALL THE PARENT!
    parent::update();

    variable_set('hosting_example_field_' . $this->server->nid, $this->example_field);
  }

  /**
   * Delete a record from the database, based on server node.
   */
  function delete() {
    // REMEMBER TO CALL THE PARENT!
    parent::delete();

    variable_del('hosting_example_field_' . $this->server->nid);
  }

  /**
   * Delete a specific reivision from the database.
   *
   * Not relevant in our example but shown anyway.
   */
  function delete_revision() {
    // REMEMBER TO CALL THE PARENT!
    parent::delete_revision();
  }

  /**
   * Pass values to the provision backend when we call provision-save.
   *
   * By selecting this type we already pass the '--example_service_type=basic' option
   * to the command, which will load the matching provisionService class in the backend.
   *
   * This backend class will be responsible for receiving and reacting to the options
   * passed here.
   *
   * @ingroup backend-frontend-IPC
   */
  public function context_options($task_type, $ref_type, &$task) {
    // REMEMBER TO CALL THE PARENT!
    parent::context_options($task_type, $ref_type, $task);

    $task->context_options['example_field'] = $this->example_field;
  }
}

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