I'm just curious if anyone has done work with CiviCRM Entity and activities. I was considering whether it makes sense (or is even possible) to have people edit certain activities from Drupal rather than from CiviCRM.
We have a lot of custom activity types with a lot of custom data (total about 600 fields) - it is only appropriate to view/add/edit the custom data related to the appropriate activity type.
- For viewing activity info, I found that I could use either the Module View Mode Page or create a view with some contextual filters and a rendered entity that uses a custom view mode (or simply a customized view).
- For editing an activity - is there any way to limit what is on the form? Rather than showing the long list of all activity custom data?
- Depending on the answer to the question directly above, how can I avoid loading all 600 fields?
(Drupal 7.78, CiviCRM Entity 7.x-2.2, CiviCRM 5.33.4)