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[Plugin: Auto Group Join] Admin Menus Error (8 posts)

  1. bcbccouk
    Member
    Posted 4 years ago #

    When I click the edit links in the admin pages, I get redirected to the primary blog Dashboard. Hmm.

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/auto-join-groups/

  2. noizeburger
    Member
    Posted 4 years ago #

    @bcbccouk:
    I had the same problem. I took a look at bn-auto-join-group.php and realised, that some paths were wrong. By correcting the paths I even made it work on bp 1.1.1.

    Here's my bn-auto-join-group.php

    <?php
    /**
     * Plugin Name: Auto Group Join
     * Plugin Description: Members automatically are joined to groups based on a profile field
     * Author: Brent Layman
     * Author URI: http://buglenotes.com
     * Plugin URI: http://buglenotes.com
     * Version: 1.0
     */
    
    /*
    Place this folder in your plugins folder.  In the admin panel, configure under "Site Admin -> Profile->Group Links"
    
    If you know the profile field name and the group name are not exact matches, use the group_pre_regex and group_post_regex fields.
    	a. For example, say you have a profile field for "Graduation Year" where an option is "1987".  The corresponding group is "USMA 1987".  So, in the
    		group_pre_regex field put "USMA%".  (yes ... put the % into the db field).
    	b. Another example, say you have a profile field for "Type of Fishing" where an option is "Fly".  The corresponding group is "Fly Fishing".  So, in the
    		group_post_regex field put "%Fishing".
    	c. If the profile options exactly match the group names, leave group_pre_regex and group_post_regex blank.
    */
    
    function addHeaderCode() {
       echo '<link type="text/css" rel="stylesheet" href="' . get_bloginfo('wpurl') . '/wp-content/plugins/auto-join-groups/css/bn-auto-join-group.css" />' . "\n";
       }
    
    function auto_join_group_check_installed() {
    	global $wpdb, $bp;
    
    	if ( is_site_admin() ) {
    		/* Need to check db tables exist, activate hook no-worky in mu-plugins folder. */
    		if ( !$wpdb->get_var("SHOW COLUMNS FROM {$bp->profile->table_name_fields} LIKE 'group_link'")  ) {
    			$mysql = "ALTER TABLE {$bp->profile->table_name_fields} ADD <code>group_link</code> BINARY NOT NULL DEFAULT '0'";
    			$wpdb->query($mysql);
    		}
    		if ( !$wpdb->get_var("SHOW COLUMNS FROM {$bp->profile->table_name_fields} LIKE 'group_pre_regex'")  ) {
    			$mysql = "ALTER TABLE {$bp->profile->table_name_fields} ADD <code>group_pre_regex</code> varchar(100) NOT NULL";
    			$wpdb->query($mysql);
    		}
    		if ( !$wpdb->get_var("SHOW COLUMNS FROM {$bp->profile->table_name_fields} LIKE 'group_post_regex'")  ) {
    			$mysql = "ALTER TABLE {$bp->profile->table_name_fields} ADD <code>group_post_regex</code> varchar(100) NOT NULL";
    			$wpdb->query($mysql);
    		}
    	}
    }
    add_action('admin_head', 'addHeaderCode');
    add_action( 'admin_menu', 'auto_join_group_check_installed' ); 
    
    // Now that we have the fields we need, let's do the admin menu
    function auto_join_group_plugin_menu() {
      add_submenu_page( 'wpmu-admin.php', __("Link Profile->Groups", 'buddypress'), __("Profile->Groups Link", 'buddypress'), 1, __FILE__, "auto_join_group_plugin_options" );
    }
    
    // Here's the actual admin menu
    function auto_join_group_plugin_options() {
    	global $wpdb, $bp;
    
    	if ( isset($_GET['pre_regex']) && isset($_GET['post_regex']) && isset($_GET['mode']) && isset($_GET['field_id']) && 'save' == $_GET['mode'] ) {
    		// save the changes to the database!
    		if (isset($_GET['link'])) { $group_link = 1; } else { $group_link = 0; }
    
    		$sql = $wpdb->prepare("UPDATE {$bp->profile->table_name_fields} SET group_link = %d, group_pre_regex = %s, group_post_regex = %s WHERE id = %d", $group_link, $_GET['pre_regex'], $_GET['post_regex'], $_GET['field_id']);
    		if ( !$wpdb->query($sql) ) {
    			echo "<strong>Update Failed (or no fields were changed)</strong><hr />";
    		} else {
    			echo "<strong>Update Successful!</strong><hr />";
    			// Now ... let's link existing users to the group!!!!
    				// get list of users
    				if (isset($_GET['link'])) {
    					$users = $wpdb->get_results("SELECT user_id FROM {$bp->profile->table_name_data} WHERE field_id = " . $_GET['field_id']);
    					foreach ($users as $user) {
    						bn_auto_group_join($user->user_id, 'myid');
    					}
    				}
    
    		}
    	} 
    
    	if ( isset($_GET['mode']) && isset($_GET['field_id']) && 'edit' == $_GET['mode'] ) {
    		// edit one of the profile linking options
    		$profiles = $wpdb->get_results("SELECT name, id, group_link, group_pre_regex, group_post_regex FROM {$bp->profile->table_name_fields} WHERE id = " . $_GET['field_id']);
    		?>
    		<form method="get" name="auto-join" action="wpmu-admin.php">
    		<input type="hidden" name="field_id" value="<?php echo $_GET['field_id']; ?>">
    		<input type="hidden" name="mode" value="save">
    		<input type="hidden" name="page" value="auto-join-groups/bn-auto-join-group.php">
    		<table class="form-table"><?php
    		foreach ($profiles as $profile)  { ?>
    			<tr><td><strong>Profile Field Name:</strong></td><td align="left"><strong><?php echo $profile->name; ?></strong></td></tr>
    			<tr><td>Link to Groups:</td><td align="left"><input type="checkbox" name="link" <?php if ($profile->group_link == 0) { echo "No"; } else { echo "checked"; } ?>></td></tr>
    			<tr><td>Pre Matching:</td><td align="left"><input type="text" name="pre_regex" maxlength="100" size="15" value="<?php echo $profile->group_pre_regex; ?>"></td></tr>
    			<tr><td>Post Matching:</td><td align="left"><input type="text" name="post_regex" maxlength="100" size="15" value="<?php echo $profile->group_post_regex; ?>"></td></tr>
    			<tr><td colspan="2" align="left"><input type="submit" value="Save"></td></tr>
    			<tr><td colspan="2" align="left"><strong>DIRECTIONS</strong><br />
    			<strong>1.</strong> Check the "Link to Groups" box if you want to try to automatically join members to groups based on this profile field.<br /><br />
    			<strong>2.</strong> If you know the profile field name and the group name are not exact matches, use the group_pre_regex and group_post_regex fields.<br />
    				&nbsp;&nbsp;<strong>a.</strong> For example, say you have a profile field for "Graduation Year" where an option is "1987".  The corresponding group is "USMA 1987".  So, in the
    					"Pre Matching" field put "USMA%".  (yes ... put the % into the db field).<br />
    				&nbsp;&nbsp;<strong>b.</strong> Another example, say you have a profile field for "Type of Fishing" where an option is "Fly".  The corresponding group is "Fly Fishing".  So, in the
    					"Post Matching" field put "%Fishing".<br />
    				&nbsp;&nbsp;<strong>c.</strong> If the profile options exactly match the group names, leave "Pre Matching" and "Post Matching" blank.<br /><br />
    			<strong>3.</strong> Once you save your changes, if the "Link to Groups" box is checked, all existing wpmu members will be added to the matching groups!
    			</td></tr>
    		 <?php
    		}
    		?></table><?php
    	} else {
    		// get profile fields with group linking
    		$profiles = $wpdb->get_results("SELECT name, id, group_link, group_pre_regex, group_post_regex FROM {$bp->profile->table_name_fields} WHERE parent_id = 0 AND (type = 'selectbox' OR type = 'textbox')");
    		echo "<table class=\"widefat\"><thead><tr><td colspan='4''><strong>Click edit</strong> on the Profile field you'd like to link to a group.<br /><br />
    			<strong>NOTE</strong> - currently only 'selectbox' and 'textbox' type profile fields are supported!</td></tr>
    			<tr><td colspan='5'>&nbsp;</td></tr>
    			<tr><th>Profile Field Name</th><th>Linked?</th><th>Pre Matching</th><th>Post Matching</th><th>&nbsp;</th></tr>";
    		foreach ($profiles as $profile)  { ?>
    			<tr>
    				<td><?php echo $profile->name; ?></td>
    				<td style="text-align:center;"><?php echo ($profile->group_link == 1) ? '<strong>YES</strong>' : 'No'; ?></td>
    				<td><?php echo $profile->group_pre_regex; ?></td>
    				<td><?php echo $profile->group_post_regex; ?></td>
    				<td><a href="wpmu-admin.php?page=auto-join-groups/bn-auto-join-group.php&field_id=<?php echo $profile->id; ?>&mode=edit"><?php _e( 'Edit', 'buddypress' ); ?></a></td>
    			</tr>
    			 <?php
    		}
    		echo "</table>";
    	}
    }
    
    add_action('admin_menu', 'auto_join_group_plugin_menu');
    
    // automatically join users to groups based on profile fields when the user modifies his profile or activates his account
    function bn_auto_group_join($userid, $x = 0, $y = 0){
    	global $wpdb, $bp, $user_id;
    	// get the user id
    	if ($bp->loggedin_user->id && $x !== 'myid') {
    		$userid =  $bp->loggedin_user->id ; // current user if logged in.  On activation, userid sent with do_action
    	}
    
    	// get profile fields with group linking
    	$profiles = $wpdb->get_results("SELECT * FROM {$bp->profile->table_name_fields} WHERE group_link = 1");
    
    	foreach ($profiles as $profile)  {
    
    		// see what the person has for that field
    		$profileinfo = $wpdb->get_results("SELECT value FROM {$bp->profile->table_name_data} WHERE user_id = $userid AND field_id = $profile->id");
    		foreach ($profileinfo as $profilevalue ) {
    
    			// see if we can match the group
    			$groupmatches = $wpdb->get_results("SELECT * FROM {$bp->groups->table_name} WHERE name like '$profile->group_pre_regex$profilevalue->value$profile->group_post_regex'");
    			foreach ($groupmatches as $groupmatch) {
    
    				// see if the user is already in the group
    				if ( !BP_Groups_Member::check_is_member( $userid, $groupmatch->id ) ) {
    					// make sure the user isn't banned from the group!
    					if ( !groups_is_user_banned( $userid, $group->id ) ) {
    						// add the group already!
    							$group_id = $groupmatch->id;
    							$user_id = $userid;
    						      if ( groups_check_user_has_invite( $user_id, $group_id ) ) {
    								groups_delete_invite( $user_id, $group_id );
    								}
    
    							 $new_member = new BP_Groups_Member;
    							 $new_member->group_id = $group_id;
    							 $new_member->inviter_id = 0;
    							 $new_member->user_id = $user_id;
    							 $new_member->is_admin = 0;
    							 $new_member->user_title = '';
    							 $new_member->date_modified = time();
    							 $new_member->is_confirmed = 1;
    
    							 if ( !$new_member->save() ) {
    							 	return false;
    								}
    
    							// Should I add this to the activity stream?  left off for now
    
    							/* Modify group meta */
    							groups_update_groupmeta( $group_id, 'total_member_count', (int) groups_get_groupmeta( $group_id, 'total_member_count') + 1 );
    							groups_update_groupmeta( $group_id, 'last_activity', time() );
    
    					}
    
    				}
    			}
    		}
    
    	}
    
    }
    // below hook is located in bp-xprofile.php.  Add user to group when profile is edited
    add_action( 'xprofile_updated_profile', 'bn_auto_group_join', 1, 1 );
    // below hook is located in wpmu-functions.php.  Add user to group when account is activated
    add_action( 'wpmu_activate_user', 'bn_auto_group_join', 12, 3 );
    
    ?>
  3. westpointer
    Member
    Posted 4 years ago #

    Hey Gang - sorry for the issue above. I didn't understand how my plugin would get renamed when I loaded it to WP depository. I need to put my training wheels back on!

    I've updated the plugin to work correctly with the latest wpmu and bp (1.1.x) versions. Please see bn-auto-join-group to get it until I can get my svn updated.

  4. Rian Rietveld
    Member
    Posted 4 years ago #

    @noizeburger Thanks!

  5. Brian Hatano
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    When I go to "edit" a field to include it in Auto Join, I get a 404...
    Using WP 3.0 RC1.

  6. Lee Strasheim
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    @Brian Hatano:

    I found that WP 3.0 changed the file wp-admin.php to ms-admin.php. I changed those references and a couple of incorrect directory references, and got the plugin to work!

    Install the plugin from the admin->plugin. Make sure it's deactivated and edit it. Delete the current code and copy and paste this code in. Click the Update button and then activate the plugin.

    [Mod Note: Code segment removed. If you want to post large blocks of code, please use a pastebin (Alternate URL). (I realise there is another code segment about, but that's months' old now, so missed the boat on that one.]

  7. Vera Schafer
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Just installed this plugin under a brand new WP 3.0 running the latest buddypress version but I just can't figured out how to configure it because I don't see "Profile -> Groups Link under the Site Admin section". Is that because I don't have WPMU as well?

  8. Kenneth Henderson
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Any hope in getting this plugin working again? I could really use it.

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