Commit 3dc3ee49 authored by Michael McAndrew's avatar Michael McAndrew

cleaning up unused modules

parent cd37ddeb
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ntroduction:
The purpose of this module is to integrate the GoToWebinar, and CiviCRM systems in the following manner. A webinar can be created in GoToWebinar. From there, the Webinar ID can be retrieved in the GoToWebinar online System. [Insert section describing how to retrieve Webinar ID] Following the creation of a webinar, an event can be created in CiviEvent, the event management section of CiviCRM.
In the Event Information section of the event creation process, there is a collapsed section entitled [GoToWebinar]. Expanding this section reveals the optional Webinar ID field. Placing the webinar ID that was retrieved from GoToWebinar here will associate the event in CiviCRM with the webinar created in GoToWebinar. It is essential that the supplied webinar ID be correct, or else the association will fail. [Add section if required about test participant being created if applicable]
Once the event has been created using this method in CiviCRM, the normal procedures for sending out the link to the registration page for the event can be followed. When a participant goes to register for an event, they will follow the same process that was formerly in place. Once they have completed their registration as a participant, in addition to any email notification that has been set up to be sent as part of CiviCRM, GoToWebinar will also send the participant an email with the details for them to log into the webinar as they have now been registered there as well.
System Setup:
1.Create the Webinar Event Type
Begin by logging into CiviCRM. Go to http://example.org/civicrm. Once you are logged in, click on the CiviCRM link on the left hand side under you username. [This may change dependent on what theme is being used] This will bring you to the CiviCRM dashboard. Scroll down the page, and click on the Administer CiviCRM link on the left hand side, found under the menu heading. [Again, dependent on the theme being used] Scroll down, and under the Administration section entitled CiviEvent, click on the Event Types link.
At the base of the page, click on the button titled “New Event Type”. Under the “Label” field enter Webinar. Make sure that the “Enabled?” box is checked. Click the save button at the base of the form, and the new event type has been created.
2.Create the GoToWebinar Section in CiviEvent
Begin by logging into CiviCRM. Go to http://example.org/civicrm. Once you are logged in, click on the CiviCRM link on the left hand side under your username. [This may change dependent on what theme is being used] This will bring you to the CiviCRM dashboard. Scroll down the page, and click on the Administer CiviCRM link on the left hand side, found under the menu heading. [Again, dependent on the theme being used] Scroll down, and under the Administration section entitled Customize, click on the Custom Data link.
Now we will create the Custom Data Group for GoToWebinar. Scroll to the bottom of the page, and click the button titled New Group of Custom Fields. This will bring you to the form to create a Custom Data Group. Under Group Name, type in the name of the group: GoToWebinar. Next, select Events from the Used For drop-down. This will pop up another drop-down to the right. Please select the type of event that webinars will be associated with. Use the event type “Webinar” that we created in the previous step. Skip over the Order field as by default it will place the GoToWebinar field group below any other custom groups that have been created previously. Make sure that the “Is this Custom Data Group active?” box is checked. Now, scroll to the base of the page and click “Save”.
You will now be brought to the Custom Data Field creation form. Under the “Field Label” section, type in Webinar ID. Leave the “Data and Input Field Type” as Alphanumeric and Text. Leave the “Database field length” and “Order” fields as they are (255 and 1 respectively). Make sure to leave the “Default Value” field blank. Under the “Field Help” section, type in the text you would like to appear along with the field in the form to help direct a user creating or editing an event. I suggest something like:
“This field is the optional area to specify the Webinar ID from GoToWebinar to be associated with this event.”
Next, make sure that the “Required?” and “Is this Field Searchable?” boxes are not checked. Make sure that the “Active” box is checked, and that the “View Only” box is not checked. Now click the “Save” button at the bottom of the page, and the GoToWebinar Custom Data Group with the Custom Field Webinar ID will have been created successfully.
3.Copy the Module into Drupal's modules folder
4.Activate the Module in Drupal
; $Id: civicrm_gotowebinar.info,v 1.1.2.1 2010/05/01 20:12:11 jalama Exp $
name = GoToWebinar Module
description = Implement CiviCRM hooks to interface with GoToWebinar by allowing an associated Webinar ID with events, and adding participants in GoToWebinar when they register in CiviCRM.
dependencies[] = civicrm
package = CiviCRM
core = 6.x
version = dev
; Information added by drupal.org packaging script on 2010-05-01
version = "6.x-1.0-beta1"
core = "6.x"
project = "civicrm_gotowebinar"
datestamp = "1272744904"
<?php
// $Id: civicrm_gotowebinar.module,v 1.1.2.1 2010/05/01 20:12:11 jalama Exp $
/**
* civigoto.module
*
* Module built to deal with the interactions that take place between CiviCRM, and GoToWebinar
*
* @author Nathan Porter <nathan.porter@fmr.com>
* @version 1.0.0
* @module civigoto
*/
/**
* civigoto_civicrm_pageRun
*
* Called at the load of a page, and triggered only when the page being viewed is CRM_Event_Page_Event_Info. Once there, the template is alterred so that the custom group GoToWebinar is not displayed.
*
* @module civigoto
* @param Referece $page A reference to the page being loaded.
*/
function civicrm_gotowebinar_civicrm_pageRun( &$page ) {
//Check to confirm that the page is CRM_Event_Page_EventInfo, and if it is not, break out immediately.
if ( $page->getVar( '_name' ) != 'CRM_Event_Page_EventInfo' ) {
return;
}
//Grab the template from the page, and extract the variable that was passed as viewCustomData to the template
$smarty =& CRM_Core_Smarty::singleton( );
//Check to make sure there is actually custom data going to the template.
if ($details =& $smarty->get_template_vars( 'viewCustomData' )) {
//Parse through the custom data looking for the GoToWebinar group. If it is found, overwrite it as NULL.
foreach ( $details as &$detail ) {
foreach ( $detail as &$custom ) {
if ( $custom['title'] == 'GoToWebinar' || $custom['name'] == 'GoToWebinar' ) {
$detail = NULL;
break;
}
}
}
//Re-assign the details array with the NULLed GoToWebinar section to the template so that other custom data can still be displayed, but GoToWebinar information is removed entirely.
$smarty->assign_by_ref( 'viewCustomData', $details );
}
return FALSE;
}
/**
* civigoto_civicrm_post
*
* function hook called after a participant is edited/created/deleted in the database. If dealing with creation, the function will get the webinar id associated with
* the event, and conditionally handle the adding of the participant into GoToWebinar.
*
* @module civigoto
* @param String $op The name of the operation bing called on an object.
* @param String $objectName The name of the object aka Participant.
* @param Integer $objectId The unique identifier of the object.
* @param Reference $objectRef A reference to the instance of the object being passed.
*/
function civicrm_gotowebinar_civicrm_post( $op, $objectName, $objectId, &$objectRef ) {
//Check to see if we are creating a participant. If not, break out and don't go any further.
if ( $objectName != 'Participant' || $op != 'create' ) {
return FALSE;
}
//Retrieve the event ID that the participant has registered for.
$event_id = $objectRef->getFieldValue('CRM_Event_DAO_Participant', $objectId, 'event_id', 'id');
//Due to the nature of the custom webinar group and field, retrieve the table name with an obscure query relying on the group being named something involving webinar.
$table_query = "
SELECT c.table_name
FROM civicrm_custom_group c
WHERE c.name LIKE '%webinar%' LIMIT 1
";
$table = CRM_Core_DAO::singleValueQuery( $table_query );
//Similarly retrieve the field for the webinar ID from the custom fields table with another obscure webinar based query.
$field_query = "
SELECT c.column_name
FROM civicrm_custom_field c
WHERE c.column_name LIKE '%webinar%' LIMIT 1
";
$field = CRM_Core_DAO::singleValueQuery( $field_query );
//Retrieve the actual webinar ID associated with the event ID.
$query = "
SELECT $field
FROM $table
WHERE entity_id = $event_id LIMIT 1
";
$webinar_id = CRM_Core_DAO::singleValueQuery( $query );
//If the event is found to have a webinar id associated with it, continue, otherwise break out now as the event does not apply to this method.
if ( !$webinar_id || $webinar_id=='' ) {
return FALSE;
}
//In order for further processing, get the contact_id associated with the created participant.
$contact_id = $objectRef->getFieldValue('CRM_Event_DAO_Participant', $objectId, 'contact_id', 'id');
//Make sure that we retrieved a contact ID, or else stop execution and write an error to the log.
if ( !$contact_id ) {
civigoto_log( 'An error occurred while trying to register participant with ID '. $objectId .' for event with ID '. $event_id .'. There was a missing contact ID for the participant. Participant not registered in GoToWebinar.', WATCHDOG_ERROR );
return FALSE;
}
$email_query = "
SELECT e.email
FROM civicrm_email e
WHERE e.contact_id = $contact_id AND e.is_primary=1
";
//Get the values needed for registration with GoToWebinar: First name, Last name, and email address.
$first_name = CRM_Core_DAO::getFieldValue('CRM_Contact_DAO_Contact', $contact_id, 'first_name', 'id');
$last_name = CRM_Core_DAO::getFieldValue('CRM_Contact_DAO_Contact', $contact_id, 'last_name', 'id');
$email = CRM_Core_DAO::singleValueQuery( $email_query );
//Check here to make sure that we are actually getting the required information. If we are not, stop execution, and write an error to the log.
if ( !$first_name || !$last_name || !$email ) {
civigoto_log( 'An error occurred while trying to register participant with ID '. $objectId .' for event with ID '. $event_id .'. There was a missing first name, last name, or email address for the participant. Participant not registered in GoToWebinar.', WATCHDOG_ERROR );
return FALSE;
}
//Build up the url that will be used to register the participant in GoToWebinar
$base = 'https://www.gotowebinar.com/en_US/island/webinar/registration.flow?';
$query_string = '';
$param = array(
'Template' => 'island/webinar/registration.tmpl',
'Form' => 'webinarRegistrationForm',
'WebinarKey' => $webinar_id,
'Name_First' => $first_name,
'Name_Last' => $last_name,
'Email' => $email,
);
foreach ( $param as $key => $val ) {
$query_string .= urlencode( $key ) ."=". urlencode( $val ) ."&";
}
$url = trim( $base . $query_string, "&" );
//Use cURL to execute the url we have built, triggering the registration with the user in GoToWebinar
//----NOTE: CURLOPT_FOLLOWLOCATION is used due to the behavior of GoToWebinar in that from the supplied URL, it requires a redirection to complete registration.
//----By allowing the cURL call to follow, registration is completed, or else it will fail.
$ch = curl_init();
curl_setopt( $ch, CURLOPT_RETURNTRANSFER, 1 );
curl_setopt( $ch, CURLOPT_URL, $url );
curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_FOLLOWLOCATION, 1);
$contents = curl_exec( $ch );
curl_close( $ch );
//Do some logging to indicate that we have succeeded.
//----NOTE: Logging failure would also be useful, but due to the nature of the calls, there is no good way to tell one way or another, as cURL will return data either way do to the necessary CURLOPT_FOLLOWLOCATION.
civigoto_log( 'Participant '. $last_name .', '. $first_name .' created for event '. $event_id .' with associated Webinar ID '. $webinar_id .'.');
}
/*
* civigoto_log
*
* Wrapper for the drupal logging function. Logs the given message
*
* @param String $msg the message to log
* @param Mixed $level the message level to log. Defaults to DEBUG
* @param String $type type the message type to log. Defaults to GoToWebinar
*/
function civigoto_log($msg, $level = WATCHDOG_INFO, $type = 'GoToWebinar') {
watchdog($type, htmlentities($msg), NULL, $level);
}
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