elakioui elakioui - 1 month ago 18
PHP Question

Prestashop 1.6 - use my custom content.tpl in adminController

I defined my content.tpl template in my module, so i want to use it in my admin controller that i extended from prestashop AdminController.

I know there is a property in which i can set the path to my template, but i don't know how to define the right path to it because when i execute the code prestashop add `

'C:\xampp\htdocs\prestashop\admin0559umpxx/themes/default\template\`


To my link.

My custom template located in mymodule/views/templates/admin/content.tpl, and the property i use to set my path is $this->template.

indeed, my code is like this :

class AdminSelStockController extends AdminController
{
public function __construct()
{
$this->module = new SelStock();

$this->addRowAction('edit'); //add an edit button
$this->addRowAction('delete'); //add a delete button
$this->bulk_actions = array('delete' => array('text' => $this->l('Delete selected'), 'confirm' => $this->l('Delete selected items?')));
$this->explicitSelect = true;
$this->context = Context::getContext();
$this->id_lang = $this->context->language->id;
$this->path = _MODULE_DIR_."selStock";

$this->default_form_language = $this->context->language->id;
$this->table = 'selstock_product'; //define the main table
$this->className = 'SelStockProductModel'; //define the module entity
$this->identifier = "id_selstock_product"; //the primary key
//then define select part of the query
$this->_select = 'a.id_selstock_product,a.image_path,a.reference,a.product_name,a.category_name,a.quatity';
//join to an existing table if you need some extra informations
$this->_join = 'LEFT JOIN `'._DB_PREFIX_.'selstock_product_lang` spl ON (spl.`id_selstock_product` = a.`id_selstock_product`)';
$this->_where = "AND spl.id_lang = '".$this->id_lang."'";
$this->bootstrap = true;
$this->layout = _PS_MODULE_DIR_.'/selStock/views/templates/admin/layout.tpl';
$this->template = _PS_MODULE_DIR_.'/selStock/views/templates/admin/content.tpl';
//and define the field to display in the admin table
$this->fields_list = array(
'id_selstock_product' => array(
'title' => $this->l('Product Num'),
'align' => 'center',
'width' => 120
),
'image_path' => array(
'title' => $this->l('Image'),
'align' => 'center',
'width' => 120
),
'reference' => array(
'title' => $this->l('Reference'),
'align' => 'center',
'width' => 120
),
'product_name' => array(
'title' => $this->l('Name'),
'align' => 'center',
'width' => 120
),
'category_name' => array(
'title' => $this->l('Category'),
'align' => 'center',
'width' => 120
),
'quatity' => array(
'title' => $this->l('Quantity'),
'align' => 'center',
'width' => 120
),
'store_name' => array(
'title' => $this->l('Store'),
'align' => 'center',
'width' => 120
)
);

parent::__construct();
}


For layout it's ok, i could use my own.but i don't know where is the problem with template.

Answer

Very cool, i found the solution by adding these functions to my adminController :

/**
     * Get path to back office templates for the module
     *
     * @return string
     */
    public function getTemplatePath()
    {
        return _PS_MODULE_DIR_.$this->module->name.'/views/templates/admin/';
    }

    public function createTemplate($tpl_name) {
        if (file_exists($this->getTemplatePath() . $tpl_name) && $this->viewAccess())
            return $this->context->smarty->createTemplate($this->getTemplatePath() . $tpl_name, $this->context->smarty);
            return parent::createTemplate($tpl_name);
    }

    public function initContent(){
        parent::initContent();
        $tpl = $this->createTemplate('content.tpl')->fetch();
        /* DO STUFF HERE */
//        $posts = array();

//        $this->context->smarty->assign('posts', $posts);

    }