CB Activity comments

1 year 1 month ago #333237 by activha
Replied by activha on topic CB Activity comments
Thanks but I think maybe a code autoaction would be more appropriate as the HTML message will be provided by an outside PHP code linked to Openai API to build a message depending upon the activity itself

Or maybe could it be better just to add to the DB ?

what do you think ?

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1 year 1 month ago #333238 by krileon
Replied by krileon on topic CB Activity comments
You can directly add it to the database if you want or use CB Activity comment table object in custom code in a Code action using PHP. Entirely up to you. The asset should be set to activity.ACTIVITY_ID so it attaches to whatever activity post you want it displayed on and system column needs to be set to 1 to allow HTML.


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