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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0006821||OXID eShop (all versions)||2.3. Extensions (modules, themes)||public||2018-04-27 14:33||2018-04-30 09:59|
|Target Version||Fixed in Version|
|Summary||0006821: Wrong loading order of EE specific admin templates in OXID EE 6.x?|
|Description||Admin templates in the folder|
source/Application/views/admin/tpl ( = SHOP_EE)
will ONLY be found by the shop IF the corresponding template is NOT also in the folder
vendor/oxid-esales/oxideshop-ee/Application/views/admin/tpl (= VENDOR_EE)
all admin templates are located in
vendor/oxid-esales/oxideshop-ce/source/Application/views/admin/tpl (= VENDOR_CE)
and only templates that differ for EE, are also located in VENDOR_EE (e.g "article_main.tpl")
It looks like OXID is looking for templates in this particular order:
VENDOR_EE -> SHOP_EE -> VENDOR_CE
and NOT, how it *should* be in our opinion:
SHOP_EE -> VENDOR_EE -> VENDOR_CE
|Steps To Reproduce||- Choose a template which is located in SHOP_EE and in VENDOR_EE (e.g. article_main.tpl)|
- Add a different text to both templates (e.g. "IN SOURCE" and "IN VENDOR") to see which one gets loaded
- empty cache
- check the template in the backend: you will see the text from the VENDOR_EE template, and NOT the text from the SHOP_EE template!
- rename the template in VENDOR_EE
- empty cache again
- now you will the the expected added text from the SHOP_EE template
|PHP Version||Not defined|
|Database Version||Not defined|
Thank you for your report.
OXID eShop 6 EE looks up the files in the following order:
The files in source are a copy of the oxideshop-ce project. This in mind, you will notice, that the look up order has to be like this. If the order will be changed as suggested, the templates from source will be used anytime, even if an extended one is available in oxideshop-pe/ee.
This issue will be closed, but another one was reported, because the actual look up order can lead into some problems with adding blocks to admin templates (see related issue).