Pages to Table
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- ExpressionEngine 2
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Takes your serialized and encoded pages URI and combines the page id and page title in a seperate table to make that information easier to use. This extends the Pages and Structure Module.
Pages to Tables
Pages to Tables takes the custom uri’s that you create with the pages module and places them in to their own database for easier access.
You simply query the table to get the information you need:
$query = $this->EE->db->query(“SELECT * FROM exp_ptt_site_pages”);
The pages module encodes and serializes the pages information which seems to complicate some things, so to make it easier to work with, we came up with this solution. The way the data is store originally is like similar to this:
Which translates to:
Array (  => Array ( [uris] => Array (  => /employment  => /employment/application  => /current-students  => /faculty-staff  => /faculty-staff/central-store  => /faculty-staff/central-store/receiving  => /faculty-staff/central-store/surplus-property  => /faculty-staff/central-store/invoice-audit  => /faculty-staff/central-store/purchasing
All this extension does is make it easier to get the data you would like from a database instead of a serialized and encoded array.
Upload the pages_to_tables folder to your expressionengine third_party folder. After it’s uploaded, browse to your extensions directory and click ‘enable’.
Hooks used: entry_submission_end
After every entry and update, the table is erased and rewritten. This works with the pages module and structure, I haven’t tried anything else.
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|EE Support||Downloads||Add-On Version||Release Date|
|Not Specified||Download||1.0.1||Aug 22, 2013|
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This entry was created August 22, 2013, 1:05 pm.
This entry was last updated August 22, 2013, 1:50 pm.
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