By John Mertic

In the crowded box of purchaser courting administration (CRM) structures, SugarCRM stands out—not just for its modular layout, but in addition for the benefit with you could improve, customise, and expand your CRM purposes. This concise e-book presents an intensive review of the advance instruments and APIs to be had in SugarCRM 6.2, exhibiting either builders and nondevelopers alike find out how to use them to construct a pattern software step-by-step.

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With a healthy knowledge of the SugarCRM platform, and everything that the SugarCRM developer GUI tools can do, we are now going to dive right into building a sample application on the platform. This application will have many pieces to it, from visual layout to business logic to external services integration. We’ll break apart the building of the application over the next several chapters, starting in this chapter with building the core modules and visual layouts. We’ll build upon it in the next chapter with business logic and custom forms, and in the final chapter with integrating it out with external services.

For users working the system, it can be a pretty encouraging thing to see how attendees feel the conference is going (especially if the feedback is positive). We can do this with the same approach we used in the Attendees module, by making an Activity Stream logic hook to write a message with the feedback that is to be added. php'); class FeedbackFeed extends FeedLogicBase 44 | Chapter 4: Diving deeper with custom code { public $module = 'pos_Feedback'; public function pushFeed($bean, $event, $arguments) { $text = ''; if(empty($bean->fetched_row)) { $text = 'New feedback added ( rating: ' .

Com Figure 3-7. Adding field ‘Status’ to the Sessions module We’ll also add this field to the layouts as well, and rearrange things to include the link to the event (from the Events module we’ll look at in the next section). Figure 3-8. EditView for the Sessions module 36 | Chapter 3: Building your application using the Sugar GUI Developer tools Now we’ll add the Feedback module, which links back to the Sessions module in a many-to-one relationship. We’ll use the basic template for this module as well, but will make three modifications to the fields and layout: • First off, we’ll add a new field, named ‘Rating,’ which is a set of radio buttons enabling a talk to be rated on a scale of 1 being the lowest and 5 the highest rating.

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