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vtiger UnistallModules – Deinstallieren von Zusatzmodulen (custom modules) in vtiger


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Mit der vtiger-Erweiterung UninstallModules können Erweiterungen (engl.: „custom modules“) aus vtiger deinstalliert werden, die über den Module Manager installiert worden sind. Die Erweiterung wird von AG Consulting entwickelt, ein auf vTiger spezialisierte Beratungsunternehmen, und steht hier zum Download bereit. Das Modul wird seinerseits über den Module Manager installiert. Die Funktion ist einfach: In der Module-Manager-Ansicht erhält man nach der Installation des Moduls einen „deinstallieren“-Button für Custom Modules. Zielgruppe des Moduls sind vorzugsweise Modulentwickler, die Modulinstallationen am laufenden Band testen möchten.
Dies ermöglicht das Modul mit den vorhandenen Features, eine Neuinstallation eines Moduls ist nach einer De-Installation sofort möglich.
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Geolocation of Accounts using vtiger CRM and Google Maps API


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During the last days, I discovered a promising extension for vtiger called OSS Report2Map offered by OpenSaaS Betissa Investments Sp. z oo, Warszawa, Poland. Its purpose is to geolocate accounts as different pins on a map within vtiger by using the google maps API. By clicking a single pin, the application shows the name of the account and its adress. OpenSaaS offers a video on YouTube to show the module at work. According to OpenSaaS, its functionality eases search operations e.g. to find „empty areas“. To do so, the user can make use of the report-module to define a specific selection of accounts to be shown on a map. When editing the settings of Report2Map, this report can be chosen by it’s record-ID to import name, adress and geolocation of related accounts into a map. Even more, the resulting map can be exported as static html to be used somewhere else – e.g. on a website. Report2Map is for sale only, but at a reasonable low price of actually 246 PLN (ca. 62 EUR or 89 USD). After purchase, OpenSaaS sends you by email the manual and the module as a zip-file which has to be installed as usual via vtiger’s module manager. After a smooth installation, I personally faced some teething troubles which I was able to solve after a kind email conversation with OpenSaaS. Weiterlesen


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