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How to create an alerthandler for a custom content type?

Discussion in 'XenForo Development Discussions' started by MainFrame, Oct 15, 2010.

  1. MainFrame

    MainFrame New Member

    Hi Guys,

    Edit: sorry title should be how to create a alerthandler for a custom content type?

    I hope there are some experience members online who can help me.
    I'm working on a upload center (file sharing) mod but I've been stuck all day trying to implement the alert system for likes.
    I created a new content type and an AlertHandler for my mod. The like/unlike is working but when I like a custom content type it only display in the alert system if a post with the same ID excist on the forum, if there's no post with the same ID it will still say there's a new alert since it's inserted in the database correctly but it's not displaying it.

    When I look at the query on the alerts page it does contain all the id numbers including the id's it doesn't show so I think somewhere there's a function that checks if the content excist and it's checking in the xf_post table.

    Here's the code of my LikeHandler
    class ULC_AlertHandler_File extends XenForo_AlertHandler_DiscussionMessage
    	public function getContentByIds(array $contentIds, $model, $userId, array $viewingUser)
    		// this
    		return $model->getModelFromCache('ULC_Model_Files')->getFilesByIds($contentIds);
    	public function canViewAlert(array $alert, $content, array $viewingUser)
    		return true;
    Here's the code from ULC_Model_File which is called for function getFilesByIds
    	public function getFilesByIds(array $fileIds, array $fetchOptions = array())
    		if (!$fileIds)
    			return array();
    		return $this->fetchAllKeyed('
    			SELECT attachment.attachment_id, data.filename
    			FROM xf_attachment AS attachment
    			INNER JOIN xf_attachment_data AS data
    				ON (data.data_id = attachment.data_id)
    			WHERE attachment.attachment_id IN (' . $this->_getDb()->quote($fileIds) . ')
    		', 'file_id');
    demo link: http://www.tech-addicts.com/upload_center/

  2. Lawrence

    Lawrence Well-Known Member

    Did you create a new LikeHandler for attachments? It sounds like your Alert works, but it is based off of posts, so when no postid matches there is nothing to display.

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