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I am adding custom field to address by overiding Address class:

<?php 
class Address extends AddressCore
{
    public $extrafield;
 
    public function __construct($id_address = null, $id_lang = null)
    {
        self::$definition['fields']['extrafield'] = array('type' => self::TYPE_STRING, 'validate' => 'isGenericName', 'size' => 64);
        parent::__construct($id_address, $id_lang);
    }
}

Also I have modified the template to add the new input field.

 

This scenario is working in PrestaShop 1.6, new input is saved in database. But in PrestaShop 1.7, the new input is not saved in database. Am I missing something here ?

 

Thanks

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I think i found why in PrestaShop 1.7 the extrafield is not auto-inserted to database as in PrestaShop 1.6.

 

In AddressController, postProcess:

$this->address_form->fillWith(Tools::getAllValues());

The Tools::getAllValues() already contains all value submitted. But the address_form's fillWith only fill the field from the country's format address.

 

In the end, it would be great if actionAddressSave is added to core :)

Edited by webmonger (see edit history)

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I am adding custom field to address by overiding Address class:

<?php 
class Address extends AddressCore
{
    public $extrafield;
 
    public function __construct($id_address = null, $id_lang = null)
    {
        self::$definition['fields']['extrafield'] = array('type' => self::TYPE_STRING, 'validate' => 'isGenericName', 'size' => 64);
        parent::__construct($id_address, $id_lang);
    }
}

Also I have modified the template to add the new input field.

 

This scenario is working in PrestaShop 1.6, new input is saved in database. But in PrestaShop 1.7, the new input is not saved in database. Am I missing something here ?

 

Thanks

 

How does you modified your template for present your field?

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