Yii Framework Hide index.php from Url

Be sure to follow the guide: http://www.yiiframework.com/doc/guide/1.1/en/topics.url

One thing I was missing is that you need to make sure when modifying the rewrite rules that you have the following specified for either your virtual host or in the apache conf file:

AllowOverride All

Yours might look like:

<Directory “C:/Development/Workspace_Juno/ErplyWeb”>

AllowOverride All
Order Allow,Deny
Allow from all
Options +Indexes

</Directory>

Using Erply InventoryAPI

Erply has some awesome api’s available to access backend data.  I particularly was interested in loading a bunch of suppliers through a spreadsheet saved in CSV format. I would like a quick import button but this works great as well!

I made a quick script to load in the file. Done 😀

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<?php
/**
 * Used for importing Suppliers into Erply from a CSV spreadsheet.
 *
 * The format should look something like this:
 *
 * Code | First & Last Name | GroupID number | Notes
 *
 * Example:
 * 100  Dieula Etienne  7 ED
 *
 */

ini_set('max_execution_time', 180);
 
session_start();

// include ERPLY API class
include('EAPI.class.php');

// Initialise class
$api = new EAPI();

// Configuration settings
$api->url = "https://s3.erply.com/api/";
$api->clientCode = "49102";
$api->username = "<insert username>";
$api->password = "<insert password>";


////////////////////////////////////
// Supplier Groups
////////////////////////////////////
function getSupplierGroups() {
  $supplierGroups = $api->sendRequest("getSupplierGroups", array());
  $supplierGroupsOutput = json_decode($supplierGroups, true);
 
  print "<pre>";
  print_r($supplierGroupsOutput);
  print "</pre>";
}


////////////////////////////////////
// Load CSV
////////////////////////////////////
function loadCSV() {
  $csv = array();
  $lines = file('suppliers.csv', FILE_IGNORE_NEW_LINES);
 
  foreach ($lines as $key => $value)
  {
      $csv[$key] = str_getcsv($value);
  }
   
  echo '<pre>';
  print_r($csv);
  echo '</pre>';
 
  return $csv;
}


////////////////////////////////////
// Get Suppliers
////////////////////////////////////

// Get client groups from API
// No input parameters are needed
$result = $api->sendRequest("getSuppliers", array("recordsOnPage" => 100));

// Default output format is JSON, so we'll decode it into a PHP array
$suppliers = json_decode($result, true);
//print_r($suppliers);

print "<pre>";
foreach (loadCSV() as $key => $row) {
  $newCode = $row[0];
  list($newFirst, $newLast) = explode(" ", $row[1]);
  $newGroupID = $row[2];
  $newNote = $row[3];
  print "$newFirst | $newLast | $newCode | $newGroupID | $newNote <br />";
 
  $isFound = FALSE;
  $supplierId;
 
  foreach ($suppliers["records"] as $key => $value) {
    //print "Value code: " . strcmp($value["code"],$newCode) . " | " . $value["code"] . " | " . $newCode . " | <br />";
   
    if(isset($value["code"]) && strcmp($value["code"],$newCode) == 0) {
      $isFound = TRUE;
      $supplierId = $value["supplierID"];
      print "Found Code: $newCode for $newFirst with supplier id of $supplierId <br />";
      break;
    }
  }

  $saveSupplier;
 
  if ($isFound) {
    //Update supplier  
    $saveSupplier = array(
      "supplierID" => $supplierId,
      "firstName" => $newFirst,
      "lastName" => $newLast,
      "groupID" => $newGroupID,
      "notes" => $newNote,
      "code" => $newCode
    );
    print "Supplier will be *updated* with code: $newCode for $newFirst <br />\n";

  } else {
    //New Supplier
    $saveSupplier = array(
      "firstName" => $newFirst,
      "lastName" => $newLast,
      "groupID" => $newGroupID,
      "notes" => $newNote,
      "code" => $newCode
    );
    print "New Supplier will be added with code: $newCode for $newFirst <br />\n";
       
  }
 
  $result = $api->sendRequest("saveSupplier", $saveSupplier);
  $suppliers = json_decode($result, true);
  print_r($suppliers);
  break;
}




print "</pre>";

?>

The script works great but I do have an issue with names that have special characters for example: “Marléne Dessalines”. The “é” get’s cut off. I haven’t spent anytime to see if it’s a problem with CurL or if it’s an issue with the server accepting it.