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Can a registered user create an object? 11 years, 10 months ago #33097

I'd like to permit registered users to be able to create objects without permitting them access to the backend of my joomla account. Is there a way to do this and only permit them the ability to modify the object that they created? For example, a hotel owner can register their hotel on my site and create a customizable object page for their hotel.

Thanks!
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Re: Can a registered user create an object? 11 years, 8 months ago #34343

We would also like to grant this type of permission, although it would preferably apply to higher-level front-end user types only, like Authors, Editors, or Publishers. Is there a way to do this?l
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Re: Can a registered user create an object? 11 years, 8 months ago #34364

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Hello,

This is not very required feature and we do not plan to do it for our component.
But if you are interesting in, we can do it for you as paid support. Just contact Diese E-Mail-Adresse ist gegen Spambots geschützt! Du musst JavaScript aktivieren, damit Du sie sehen kannst. . But this change will be a little more complicated and our estimated time to do it is about 25 - 40 hours.
ARTIO Support Team
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Re: Can a registered user create an object? 11 years, 8 months ago #34438

Hi!

I am also very much interested in this feature. I plan to build a website where users can offer their technical equipment for rent. So I need a way to grant access to registered users (special role, like authors) to post and edit items through the frontend.

You say you could build this within 40 hours? What is your hourly rate?
Maybe the users interested in this (multi-vendor / marketplace) extension can split the cost between them?

Looking forward to your feedback!
Sebastian
"I could dance with you till the cows come home...On second thought, I'd rather dance with the cows when you came home."Groucho Marx, Duck Soup (1933)
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Re: Can a registered user create an object? 11 years, 8 months ago #34471

Hello,
We sent an email to Diese E-Mail-Adresse ist gegen Spambots geschützt! Du musst JavaScript aktivieren, damit Du sie sehen kannst. to determine the hourly rate so that we can collaborate on the development cost. Can you provide that information?
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Re: Can a registered user create an object? 11 years, 8 months ago #34476

Hi again,
To clarify exactly what we would need in such an extension to the Booking component:

Must haves:
  1. Ability to allow a specified "vendor" user role (such as author, or a custom role) frontend submission of rental items (for the actual registration of "vendor" users, we would possibly use a subscription plan extension such as AkeebaSubscriptions)
  2. Ability for logged-in "vendors" of the above role to edit or terminate their own rental item entries through the frontend
  3. Set notifications so that upon reservations the "vendor" gets notified of the reservation (in addition to sysadmin)


Nice to haves:
  1. Admin setup and display of a commission rate (% or fixed) in backend reservations screen for commissions on bookings, so that vendors can be charged a commission rate for their bookings
  2. Display a "My Account" view on frontend for vendors where they can see:
    1. their listings
    2. Their current and past reservations
    3. Their current commissions due



If you, antonsoho and scovilm, could please modify or add to this description so we can create a sound whitepaper for Artio to base their offer on.
Thanks and have a great day!

Sebastian
"I could dance with you till the cows come home...On second thought, I'd rather dance with the cows when you came home."Groucho Marx, Duck Soup (1933)
Last Edit: 11 years, 8 months ago by sescha. Reason: fix Typo
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