CiviCRM
  1. CiviCRM
  2. CRM-8785

Expose relationships to Drupal/Joomla users and allow them to be Maintained

    Details

    • Type: New Feature New Feature
    • Status: Closed
    • Priority: Trivial Trivial
    • Resolution: Won't Fix
    • Affects Version/s: Future Version
    • Fix Version/s: Future Version
    • Component/s: CiviCRM Profile
    • Labels:
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    • User friendly description:
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      This feature allows users (Drupal or Joomla) to see and maintain their own relationships.
      The only project available so far is http: // civicrm.org / node / 604
      I think more of a core feature though. I imagine a type of 'Custom Field' that would be of 'Data and Input Field Type' Relationship where you could select a Relationship and field of the correspondant contact type.
      E.g.: Relationship->Parent Of->First Name
      and: Relationship->Parent Of->Gender
      and: Relationship->Parent Of->DateOfBirth

      In a CiviCRM Profile, this would be presented as a listing for all corresponding relationships. If there is no relationship of that type, it could show no siblings and allow to add some.

      Example:
      Dan is father of Nina and Lisa. He has to relationships saying parent of Lisa and parent of Nina.
      On Dan's Profile page, this would show as

      Parent Of:
      _____________________
      | First name: Lisa | (onmousover:edit/delete)
      | Gender: female |
      | DoB: 01/01/2000 |
      |___________________|
      | First name: Nina | (onmousover:edit/delete)
      | Gender: female |
      | DoB: 03/02/1998 |
      |____________________|
      | (+) Add new |
      |____________________|
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      This feature allows users (Drupal or Joomla) to see and maintain their own relationships. The only project available so far is http: // civicrm.org / node / 604 I think more of a core feature though. I imagine a type of 'Custom Field' that would be of 'Data and Input Field Type' Relationship where you could select a Relationship and field of the correspondant contact type. E.g.: Relationship->Parent Of->First Name and: Relationship->Parent Of->Gender and: Relationship->Parent Of->DateOfBirth In a CiviCRM Profile, this would be presented as a listing for all corresponding relationships. If there is no relationship of that type, it could show no siblings and allow to add some. Example: Dan is father of Nina and Lisa. He has to relationships saying parent of Lisa and parent of Nina. On Dan's Profile page, this would show as Parent Of: _____________________ | First name: Lisa | (onmousover:edit/delete) | Gender: female | | DoB: 01/01/2000 | |___________________| | First name: Nina | (onmousover:edit/delete) | Gender: female | | DoB: 03/02/1998 | |____________________| | (+) Add new | |____________________|
    • Is MIH?:
      No
    • Code Sprint:
      No

      Description

      1) Create a type of 'Custom Field' of 'Data and Input Field Type' "Relationship" where you could select a Relationship and data field of the correspondant contact type (e.g. Relationship->Parent Of->First Name)

      2) Create scripts to poll data and to write back to the db

      3) Set up an ajax display for the data

        Activity

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        Donald A. Lobo added a comment -

        In general we prefer that feature requests remain on the forum till such time that someone starts thinking about implementimg them
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        Donald A. Lobo added a comment - In general we prefer that feature requests remain on the forum till such time that someone starts thinking about implementimg them
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        Donald A. Lobo added a comment -

        Closing issues in batch on 4/16/13 since these issues have not been worked on in a long long time
        Show
        Donald A. Lobo added a comment - Closing issues in batch on 4/16/13 since these issues have not been worked on in a long long time

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          • Assignee:
            Donald A. Lobo
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