Can I auto execute some PHP-code right after a New Group is created?

4 years 3 months ago #223638 by NicoFaaij
Hi,

I really like the plugins "CB Auto Action" and "CB GroupJive Auto". But the last one is limited to only 4 options (Join groups, Leave groups, New Group, New Category) and the first one doesn't have GroupJive events.

Is there a way to Auto execute some PHP-code right after a new group is created?

With kind regards,
Nico
4 years 3 months ago #223726 by krileon
Yes, using CB Auto Actions using a Code action with the after group create trigger (latest CB Auto Actions has GJ triggers in the Triggers dropdown) and set the method to PHP.


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4 years 3 months ago #223810 by NicoFaaij
Hi Krileon,

Times fly when you have CB-fun ;-) I thought I was on the latest version with my CB 1.9 but I was still on CB Auto Actions version 3.1.3 (???). So I updated this plugin and now I see the many GroupJive triggers.

Thank you very much!!!

By the way, what is the difference between PHP(eval) and PHP(create_function)?

Kind regards,
Nico
4 years 3 months ago #223866 by krileon

By the way, what is the difference between PHP(eval) and PHP(create_function)?

Please see the below for differences.

www.php.net/manual/en/function.eval.php
www.php.net/manual/en/function.create-function.php

Normally eval is disabled on hosts. It's generally best to just go with create_function, but it's entirely up to you.


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