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after_relationship_delete

Overview

The after_relationship_delete hook executes after a relationship between two records has been deleted.

Definition

function after_relationship_delete($bean, $event, $arguments){}

Arguments

Name Type Description
bean Object The bean object
event String The current event
arguments Array Additional information related to the event
arguments.id String Module ID
arguments.module String Module name
arguments.related_id String Related module ID
arguments.related_module String Related module name
arguments.link String Link field name
arguments.relationship String Relationship name

Considerations

  • This hook will be executed for each side of the relationship. For example, if you delete an association between an account and contact, the hook will run for both.
  • The 'arguments' parameter will have additional information regarding the records being modified. The $bean variable will not contain this information.

Change Log

Version Note
6.0.0 Added after_relationship_delete hook

Examples

Creating a Logic Hook using the Extension Framework

./custom/Extension/modules/<module>/Ext/LogicHooks/<file>.php

<?php

    $hook_array['after_relationship_delete'][] = Array(
        //Processing index. For sorting the array.
        1,

        //Label. A string value to identify the hook.
        'after_relationship_delete example',

        //The PHP file where your class is located.
        'custom/modules/<module>/after_relationship_delete_class.php',

        //The class the method is in.
        'after_relationship_delete_class',

        //The method to call.
        'after_relationship_delete_method'
    );

?>

./custom/modules/<module>/after_relationship_delete_class.php

<?php

    if (!defined('sugarEntry') || !sugarEntry) die('Not A Valid Entry Point');

    class after_relationship_delete_class
    {
        function after_relationship_delete_method($bean, $event, $arguments)
        {
            //logic
        }
    }

?>

Creating a Core Logic Hook

Prior to Sugar 6.3.x, logic hooks could only be created using the following method. Please note that this approach is still valid but is not recommended when building plugins as it may conflict with existing customizations.

./custom/modules/<module>/logic_hooks.php

<?php

   $hook_version = 1;
   $hook_array = Array();

   $hook_array['after_relationship_delete'] = Array();
   $hook_array['after_relationship_delete'][] = Array(
      //Processing index. For sorting the array.
      1, 

      //Label. A string value to identify the hook.
      'after_relationship_delete example', 

      //The PHP file where your class is located.
      'custom/modules/<module>/after_relationship_delete_class.php', 

      //The class the method is in.
      'after_relationship_delete_class', 

      //The method to call.
      'after_relationship_delete_method' 
   );

?>

./custom/modules/<module>/after_relationship_delete_class.php

<?php

   if (!defined('sugarEntry') || !sugarEntry) die('Not A Valid Entry Point');

   class after_relationship_delete_class
   {
      function after_relationship_delete_method($bean, $event, $arguments)
      {
         //logic
      }
   }

?>

Last modified: 2018-04-26 03:57:24