[development] New content type
Muzaffer Tolga Ozses
tolga at ozses.net
Thu Feb 5 11:08:32 UTC 2015
On 5 February 2015 at 12:25, Erik Stielstra <info at erikstielstra.nl> wrote:
> > But I really think some api must not be used.
> You are of course free to use or not to use the API. However if you do use
> the API and follow the common practices in Drupal (to use entities + field
> API) you get all the integration that comes with it for free. If you decide
> to go you own route, you have to take care of all the integrations
> > I have to maintain a large site and there's severals hundred of tables
> but with contents no so different. So even simple pages have severals
> hundred of queries. My site is not so complicated. Did developers who made
> the site missed something ?
> 150 tables for a small site, 300 tables for a medium sized site is no
> exception. Fields will be responsible for 25 - 40% of the number of tables.
> But how many tables will you be able to save, and how much coding effort do
> you want to put into it? Working around Drupal is not easier than working
> with Drupal. Both have their learning curve.
> Erik Stielstra
> > On 5 feb. 2015, at 10:34, Nicolas <nikrou77 at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > thanks for your answer. I will read that article carrefully.
> > But I should have been more precise in my question. I want to create new
> content in the right way (if there is at least one) in drupal 7. I think I
> must use entity if I understand right. But I don't want to use field api. I
> don't want to have as many tables as fields in my new content. I cannot
> understand how someone can have to that strange stuff.
> > Manage data in a database is a hard work and for sure field api is a
> great work but it's also a bloatware and a nightmare with a large site. I
> have to maintain a large site and there's severals hundred of tables but
> with contents no so different. So even simple pages have severals hundred
> of queries. My site is not so complicated. Did developers who made the site
> missed something ?
> > Don't misunderstand me, I like drupal. I hope drupal 8 comming soon. But
> I really think some api must not be used.
> > Nicolas
> > 2015-02-05 8:18 GMT+01:00 Muzaffer Tolga Ozses <tolga at ozses.net>:
> > Hi Nicolas,
> > You may read the following:
> > On 5 February 2015 at 09:11, Nicolas <nikrou77 at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > I used to make website with drupal 6 and I defined new content type
> using new node type.
> > I tried to do the same thing with drupal 7... But after some readings I
> discover it could not be the right way.
> > Must I used entity ? I want to access my new type as it was node with
> > I search for goods tutorials but didn't find somes.
> > Thanks in advance for any help or any advice.
> > Nicolas
> > --
> > mto
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