abuseio/findcontact-custom

AbuseIO module for custom lookups to backend systems.

1.1.2 2016-04-13 14:44 UTC

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Last update: 2020-07-22 20:39:27 UTC


README

findcontact module for custom lookups to backend systems

Installation

  1. Install the package by running this command in your AbuseIO installation folder:
composer require abuseio/findcontact-custom

Talking against an API

If you're going to talk against an API, copy the php files from examples/template to the src and config folders like so (from within the AbuseIO installation folder):

cp vendor/abuseio/findcontact-custom/examples/template/config/Custom.php vendor/abuseio/findcontact-custom/config/
cp vendor/abuseio/findcontact-custom/examples/template/src/Custom.php vendor/abuseio/findcontact-custom/src/

Now delete the example folder:

rm -r vendor/abuseio/findcontact-custom/examples

You can now write your own code within the 'getContactBy*' methods.

Talking against an Database

If you're going to talk against an Database directly, copy the php files from examples/postgres to the src and config folders like so (from within the AbuseIO installation folder):

cp vendor/abuseio/findcontact-custom/examples/postgres/config/Custom.php vendor/abuseio/findcontact-custom/config/
cp vendor/abuseio/findcontact-custom/examples/postgres/src/Custom.php vendor/abuseio/findcontact-custom/src/
cp vendor/abuseio/findcontact-custom/examples/postgres/src/CustomServiceProvider.php vendor/abuseio/findcontact-custom/src/

Now delete the example folder:

rm -r vendor/abuseio/findcontact-custom/examples

Add the following line to providers array in the file config/app.php:

'AbuseIO\FindContact\Custom\CustomServiceProvider'

You can now write your own code within the 'getContactBy*' methods.

See Models/Ip4.php for information on setting foreign keys in your database