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Old 22nd February 2007, 13:18
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Default ISPConfig doctype (form) handling

Hi,

today I changed the way the form definitions (doctypes) where stored in ISPConfig.

Until now, the doctypes where stored in the database. This caused often problems when something was changed in the form editor and the SQL dump had to be updated manually.

Now, the doctypes where stored in a directory as files, so the full version control capabilities of SVN can be used to handle chnages and conflicts.

If you add new fields though, you will still have to add the field to the table definition in the SQL-dump but you dont have to deal with the content of the doctype table any more.

If you encounter any problems with this, please let me know so I can fix it.
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