SPM + Summary Reports

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SPM + Summary Reports

Post by gatenet » 2019-02-19 12:01

Can both of search page maker work along with summary reports? and if yes how you install them?

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Re: SPM + Summary Reports

Post by a.gneady » 2019-02-20 12:27

Yes, all plugins are designed to exist together without issues:
  1. Start by installing the one released earlier first. For example, at the time of writing this post, latest Search Page Maker (SPM) version is 1.08, released Dec 9, 2018, while latest Summary Reports (sR) version is 2.0, released Jan 14, 2019. So we should start with SPM.
  2. After installing SPM, you should have a 'plugins' folder inside your AppGini-generated application folder. The structure of the plugins folder should look like this:

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    plugins
      |--- plugins-reources
      |--- projects
      |--- spm
      |--- index.php
  3. Next, we should install SR, accepting to overwrite any files/folders with the same name inside the plugins folder if asked to. Plugins are designed so that newer versions of the same files are backward-compatible, so overwriting older ones with newer ones should be no problem. After installing, the plugins folder would look like this:

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    plugins
      |--- plugins-reources
      |--- projects
      |--- spm
      |--- summary_reports
      |--- index.php
  4. Test everything is working fine by going to the admin area of your app. Opening the 'Plugins' menu, you should see both SPM and SR listed.
I hope this helps :)
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Re: SPM + Summary Reports

Post by rpierce » 2019-08-23 16:04

For some reason I'm unable to start a new topic, so I'm hoping to get an answer to my issue by posting a reply:

I have a pie chart the has selected the Blue theme. THe colors of the slices is so close that it's very difficult to discern them from each other. Is there a way to select bettor colors for pie charts?
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