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I want to create a view to show all the created templates and provide the user option to edit and delete the already uploaded file..For example a view like Mailings>>Message Templates.

I have seen to implement this i want to create a tpl file and tpl.php file for it. I don't get how should i implement this in my extension.mean i don't get how to generate a tpl.php file and create route for it.

Hope you understand the question. Thanks in advance

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Take a look at the documentation for civix. To create a page like the mailing templates you could use civix generate:form, as described at https://docs.civicrm.org/dev/en/latest/extensions/civix/#generate-form

If you prefer to create an angular page, you can also use civix to generate the basic code: https://docs.civicrm.org/dev/en/latest/framework/angular/quickstart/#create-an-angular-module

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  • thank you for your response. can i how should i create a table within the buildquickform method ? – safron Aug 11 at 18:20
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    You assign variables in hook_civicrm_buildForm() using $this->assign('variable_name', $value); and then you can display them in a table in the .tpl file, e.g. <div>something</div><div>{$variable_name}</div>. Take a look at an existing table like the mailing templates to see what it does. It's technically a page not a form, but they're similar. github.com/civicrm/civicrm-core/blob/0dcdc386/CRM/Admin/Page/… and github.com/civicrm/civicrm-core/blob/0dcdc386/templates/CRM/… – Demerit Aug 11 at 18:31
  • Thank you very much for the detail answer – safron Aug 12 at 3:02
  • i want to display the templates name as the row of a table. i planned to extract the data from a sql query and send it into the tpl file and print it by using a loop. however i don't get how should i send the sql result to front end?? in line 127 of 'github.com/civicrm/civicrm-core/blob/… ' they used a $template_row variable. I'm just wondering where did they assign these variable...could you please clarify my doubts ? Thanks in advance – safron Aug 12 at 14:09
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    Look at civix generate:entity. It will help create the classes you can use. And see docs.civicrm.org/dev/en/latest/framework/database/… for the xml definitions. – Demerit Aug 12 at 15:59

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