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Sistema AMOS per le community


Communities are network of people having common purposes/interest. Common contents can be shared with community members and are available in community dashboard. Community contents visibility for non-members depends on table fields contents_visibility that is 0 by default (contents are not available for non-members).

By default a community can be of type:

  • Open: any user can subscribe (community visible in community list)
  • Private: access reserved to user accepted by community managers or invited (visible but acceptance is required)
  • Restricted to members (closed)- Subscription is only on invitation: community is visible only to community membership.

SubCommunities can be created under another community domain.


Add community requirement in your composer.json:

"open20/amos-community": "dev-master",

Enable the Community modules in modules-amos.php, add :

 'community' => [
	'class' => 'open20\amos\community\AmosCommunity',

add community migrations to console modules (console/config/migrations-amos.php):


The community is suitable to be used with cwh as network. To do so:

  • Activate cwh plugin
  • Open cwh configuration wizard (admin privilege is required) url: /cwh/configuration/wizard
  • search for community in network configuration section
  • edit configuration of community if needed and save

If tags are needed enable this module in "modules-amos.php" (backend/config folder in main project) in tag section. After that, enable the trees in tag manager.

Configurable fields

Here the list of configurable fields, properties of module AmosCommunity. If some property default is not suitable for your project, you can configure it in module, eg:

 'community' => [
	'class' => 'open20\amos\community\AmosCommunity',
	'showSubcommunities' => false, //changed property (default was true)
  • showSubcommunities - boolean, default = true
    Define if subcommunities are visible in the lists (created by, my communities, etc..)
  • showSubcommunitiesWidget - boolean, default = false
    Define if the widget of subCommunities is visible in the community dashboard
  • bypassWorkflow - boolean, default = false
    If ignore community workflow
  • enableWizard - boolean, default = true
    If thew izard for community creation is enabled
  • communityType - int, default = null
    null if all community types are enabled, to have a fixed community type set this field
    to change default, use constants in Community type model, eg:
'community' => [
    'class' => 'open20\amos\community\AmosCommunity',
    'communityType' => \open20\amos\community\models\CommunityType::COMMUNITY_TYPE_CLOSED,
  • viewTabContents - boolean, default = true
    Define if tab contents in community view mode is visible

  • extendRoles - boolean, default = false
    If true additional roles Author and Reader are considered, participant will be editor

  • customInvitationForm - boolean, default = false
    If true associate or create user.

  • communityRequiredFields - array, default = ['name', 'community_type_id', 'description']
    Mandatory fields in community form: by default, community name, type and description are mandatory.
    If in your platform, for example, you don't want community description to be a mandatory field, overwrite communityRequiredFields property as below:

'community' => [
    'class' => 'open20\amos\community\AmosCommunity',
    'communityRequiredFields' => ['name', 'community_type_id']
  • hideContentsModels - array, default = [(ClassPath)ShowcaseProject, (ClassPath)EenPartnershipProposal',(ClassPath)Event']
    Define the models class path to hide in view of content tab, overwrite hideContentsModels property as below:
'community' => [
    'class' => 'open20\amos\community\AmosCommunity',
    'communityRequiredFields' => [
  • inviteUserOfcommunityParent - boolean, default = false
    You can invite user in a subcomunity only if they belogs to the community father

  • hideWidgetGraphicsActions - boolean, default = false

  • htmlMailContent - array, default = [] You can personalize the email sent by the community the values are present in getNumTypeEmail($type) in EmailUtility and are ('registration-notification', 'registration-request', 'invitation', 'accept-invitation', reject-invitation, 'registration-rejects', 'welcome', 'change-role' )

 'htmlMailContent' => [
        'welcome' => '@backend/mail/community/welcome'
        'change-role => '@backend/mail/community/change-role', //CHANGE_ROLE
  • htmlMailSubject - array, default = [] It work in the some way of the previous param

  • enableUserJoinedReportDownload - boolean, default = false Enable to display the "User Reports" container in community view (this will also display the "download user joined report" button inside it)

  • enableConfigureCommunityDashboard - boolean, default = false Added possibility to configure the widgets the are contained inside the community dashboard

  • autoCommunityManagerRoles - array, default = [] All the users with the platform roles in this array, when creating a community, are added as community managers.