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|0000075||Active Directory Integration||SyncBack||public||2013-02-20 13:36||2013-02-20 13:48|
|Target Version||1.1.5||Fixed in Version||1.1.5|
|Summary||0000075: Move class BulkSyncBackADIntegrationPlugin to a new file|
|Description||Request by nic0tin:|
This is not a question but more a feedback.
I'm using ADI within my intranet organization wordpress website and it works really well. However, I just have one litte recommendation. The class BulkSyncBackADIntegrationPlugin is declared within syncback.php file, but I think it would be better to move it into a new file.
Due to this choice, I'm facing a really small but ennoying issue. I'm automatically updating AD attributes when clients update their profil information (it's a fully mindful choice) to do so, I hooked a filter function to get_edit_user_link which calls BulkSyncBackADIntegrationPlugin->bulksyncback($userid) when editing an AD user. As I had to include syncback.php, I had to avoid unwanted instructions from being executed. That could be simplified by moving the class BulkSyncBackADIntegrationPlugin into a new file and we wouldn't have to reapply modifications each time their is an update.
Kind regards :)
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|2013-02-20 13:36||cst||New Issue|
|2013-02-20 13:36||cst||Status||new => assigned|
|2013-02-20 13:36||cst||Assigned To||=> cst|
|2013-02-20 13:48||cst||Note Added: 0000111|
|2013-02-20 13:48||cst||Status||assigned => resolved|
|2013-02-20 13:48||cst||Fixed in Version||=> 1.1.5|
|2013-02-20 13:48||cst||Resolution||open => fixed|
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