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Camino Modules FAQs

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10 Sep 2014, last updated 24 Feb 2016 10:48

What is a module?

A module is an extension for Camino that provides additional functionality and capability. This may be either content-centric - i.e. the inputting and display of public content - or it can be used to provide additional capability like integrating with 3rd party services.

What is a module's identity?

A module's identity is a module's unique name. It is used to identity the module within code and any content, relationships or security objects created for that module.

An identity has follow these rules:

  • It must be lowercase
  • It must be comprised of alphanumeric characters (a to z, 0 to 9) and underscores
  • It must contain no whitespace (spaces etc)

For example, the identity of the Pages module is caminopages

What modules are available?

The currently available modules are Blogs, Pages, Market and Digital Marketing.

Can I have a custom module?

Yes. We regularly produce custom modules that either deliver targetted content management or integration with 3rd party services. This website utilises several custom modules to deliver integration between Camino and our other services like TaxiOffice and Web Hosting.

Can I build my own module?

Not at present. Camino is a closed-source application and we don't currently offer 3rd party developer resources.

We may be able to build a custom module that suits your unique needs and requirements. Please contact us for further information.

How do I manage modules?

See Managing Modules

How do I install a module?

See Installing a Camino module

How do I uninstall a module?

See Uninstalling a Camino module

How do I backup a module?

Discrete backups of modules are complex once you factor in the use of generic tables and uploaded files. An easier solution may to backup your Camino site.

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