function hook_hosting_site_options_alter

7.x-3.x hosting_site.api.php hook_hosting_site_options_alter(&$return, $node)

Parameters

$return: An array of arrays, keys are fields on the $node and values are valid options for those fields.

$node: The node object that represents the site.

See also

hosting_site_available_options()

Related topics

1 function implements hook_hosting_site_options_alter()

Note: this list is generated by pattern matching, so it may include some functions that are not actually implementations of this hook.

hosting_ssl_hosting_site_options_alter in web_server/ssl/hosting_ssl.nodeapi.inc
Implemensts hook_hosting_site_options_alter
1 invocation of hook_hosting_site_options_alter()
hosting_site_available_options in site/hosting_site.form.inc
Pass in a site node and return an array of valid options for it's fields.

File

site/hosting_site.api.php, line 23
Hooks provided by the hosting site module.

Code

function hook_hosting_site_options_alter(&$return, $node) {
  // From: hosting_ssl_hosting_site_options_alter().

  // Disable the ssl key fields by default.
  if (!sizeof(hosting_ssl_get_servers())) {
    $return['ssl_enabled'] = FALSE;
  }

  $return['ssl_key'] = false;
  $return['ssl_key_new'] = false;

  // Test if ssl has been enabled.
  if ($node->ssl_enabled != 0) {

    $keys = hosting_ssl_get_keys($node->client, TRUE);

    // return the list of valid keys, including the special 'new key' option.
    $return['ssl_key'] = array_keys($keys);

    // properly default this value so things dont fall apart later.
    if (sizeof($return['ssl_key']) == 1) {
      $node->ssl_key = HOSTING_SSL_CUSTOM_KEY;
    }

    // the user has chosen to enter a new key
    if ($node->ssl_key == HOSTING_SSL_CUSTOM_KEY) {
      // default the new key to the site's domain name, after filtering.
      $default = hosting_ssl_filter_key($node->title);
      $return['ssl_key_new'] = (!empty($default)) ? $default : true;
    }

    // we need to ensure that the return value is properly indexed, otherwise it
    // gets interpreted as an object by jquery.
    $return['profile'] = array_values(array_intersect($return['profile'], hosting_ssl_get_profiles()));

    $return['platform'] = array_values(array_intersect($return['platform'], hosting_ssl_get_platforms()));
  }
}