There must be Rules at the Drupalcon Munich

Submitted by fago on Tue, 08/21/2012 - 12:49
As there must be Rules at the Drupalcon Munich as well, I've had a Rules session together with Richard Jones from i-KOS. Head over to the session page for a summary and find the slides attached attached to this post as well. Moreover, you can find all the screencasts we've used during the presentation here as well. It's a real Drupal commerce site we've been using in the session to show how Rules can be used to solve real life problems.

1 - No VAT for certain products

2 - Discounts for products that are not belts or bags

and then to make it work the same way years ahead

3 - Subscribe to back in stock notifications via Flag module.

4 - Notify me when something needs review with Workbench moderation

5 - Execute Rules components from Views Bulk Operations

6 - Let's do promitions, but only on Monday please!

7. Message users if they abandoned their carts

8. Log user communication with the Message module

Comments

DinaHaines

Fri, 03/03/2017 - 11:35

Responding to the question "How to write an Essay in English," it should be remembered that any essay consists of several parts.

I identified the introduction three most important, main part and conclusion. The introduction should describe the key idea,

idea or problem you will be talking about in the main part. Best of all, if it sounds like some brief but concise full

statements. Moreover, it could be a quote in English, if you can pick it up in accordance with the semantic content of the
English essay.
The main part of the English essay the right to present arguments prove or disprove your main thoughts that have expressed your

personal opinion on the issue.
Finally, complete all your arguments and draw conclusions, which will be the last part of your essay in English.

#Ref: http://www.traditionessaysonline.com/

Tom Geller (not verified)

Wed, 08/22/2012 - 10:43

I really liked the way you did this by showing practical recipes instead of delving too much into theory. I have to admit that I never completely understood how components worked, or how to expose variables; these examples removed (some of) the scales from my eyes. Great stuff.