Manage Category, Customer and Customer Address Attributes
Does exactly what it promises - and does ist good.
I needed a small patch to make it work. I use a database table name prefix, and the extension does not consider this by default.
In AddressController.php, CategoryController.php and CustomerController.php at line 36 or so, replace
$model->setData("sort_order",$db->fetchOne("select sort_order from eav_entity_attribute where attribute_id=$id"));
$tableName = Mage::getSingleton('core/resource')->getTableName('eav_entity_attribute');
$model->setData("sort_order",$db->fetchOne("select sort_order from $tableName where attribute_id=$id"));
to make it work with table prefixes.
November 6, 2014
I am a magento Developer , I use this extension mostly time and its work great .
October 29, 2014
Working like charm.
I have integrated this extension with Magento188.8.131.52. Its working fine. :)
October 8, 2014
Should be Core
These days this is the first extension we put in a new Community build.
It's been invaluable. No more fiddling around with setup scripts and it even allows clients to safely add their own attributes.
Even more power - you can remove attributes that are no longer needed.
Personally I think this should be built in!
September 18, 2014
Field not show in frontend.
Hi. I not see attribute fileds in frontend.
I have setting check box to show in page account create.
September 11, 2014
Excellent verry verry Good , But not added the table prefix eav_entity_attribute
September 4, 2014
Category attribute frontend value
Get category custom attribute value in frontend:
<?php echo Mage::getResourceModel('catalog/category')->getAttributeRawValue($_category->getId(), "your_custom_attribute", Mage::app()->getStore()->getId()); ?>
September 1, 2014
Good extension for managing all attributes at one place :)
August 23, 2014
Works on 1.9
This extension works for me on 1.9, I am using the customized rwd theme.
Please note that I just use the "Customer Address Attributes"
I created a new Attribute with the Attribute code <b>"doorcode"</b>
Then I opened this file in my theme folder:
Look where you want to put the field, in my case underneath Zip/Postal code, then add a list entry.
<label for="doorcode" class="required">
<input type="text" name="doorcode" id="doorcode" value="<?php echo $this->escapeHtml($this->getAddress()->getDoorcode()) ?>" />
Take a good look at this fragment, this calls the attribute:
In case your Attribute Code is "haircolor"
Then the code would be:
To display the Attribute in the Invoice, navigate to
System > Configuration > Customers > Customer Configuration. There expend address templates.
What I did was copy every instance of postcode and rename it doorcode.
Now Soft bounce your server and you have fully functioning address attributes.
August 8, 2014
There is no documentation..... useless ...
I had to uninstall the module to the inability of call attributes
May 28, 2014