Accept Pending Connection in PM ?

9 years 4 months ago #136540 by aneumann
I am using CB 1.2.2 and uddeim 2.0. When I try to connect with somebody, he/she'll get a message containing:

"You have a pending connection from xxxx"

... but nothin else.

Is it possible to include a direct acception link into the PM ?

Thanks,

Bernhard
9 years 4 months ago #136542 by krileon
Link to what? Users simply need to navigate to their connections manager to accept or deny. You're welcome to edit the message associated with the PM at the following location.

IN: components/com_comprofiler/plugin/language/default_language/default_language.php
ON: Lines 543-544
[code:1]
DEFINE('_UE_CONNECTIONPENDSUB','You have a pending connection from %s!');
DEFINE('_UE_CONNECTIONPENDMSG','%s is requesting to connect with you and requires your approval. Please accept or deny the connection request accordingly.');
[/code:1]

From here you can add or remove whatever you like to the PMS subject and/or message.


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9 years 4 months ago #136559 by aneumann
Thanks, that helps already ! :)

What I was actually looking for, was a direct http-link, that could activate / acceppt the pending connection, without calling the Connection Manager.

Something like:
[code:1]<a href=" www.myserver.com/option,component/comprofiler/task,manageConnections/ItemId,xx/UserID,yy/AcceptConnection=True ">Accept Connection Request from %s</a>[/code:1]

Does this make sense ?

Post edited by: aneumann, at: 2010/06/25 19:52

Post edited by: aneumann, at: 2010/06/25 19:53
9 years 4 months ago #136570 by krileon
Sorry, no such link exist, a Form and its submit call is used to accept the requests. Don't think substitutions are used in the message as far as I am aware as well so you wouldn't be able to substitute in the user_id. I recommend just providing a link to the Connect Manager, this is assuming the message will display the HTML appropriately.


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