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From Swapnil Mane <swapnil.m...@hotwaxsystems.com>
Subject Re: [Proposal] - Leverage the CMS capability for Product Store's Email
Date Thu, 17 Aug 2017 04:49:16 GMT
Thanks Nicolas for your inputs and sharing more details. This proposed
model is making sense to me.
Please give me some more time to look into the details, will get back to
you in next week.

Also, please see my comments inline.

On Tue, Aug 15, 2017 at 1:52 AM, Nicolas Malin <nicolas.malin@nereide.fr>

> Hello Swapnil, in line
> Le 14/08/2017 à 04:35, Swapnil Mane a écrit :
>> Thank you Nicolas for your inputs and interest. I highly appreciate it.
>> Based on my understanding, please see my comments inline and let me know
>> if
>> you have further inputs.
>> On Fri, Aug 11, 2017 at 3:10 PM, Nicolas Malin <nicolas.malin@nereide.fr>
>> wrote:
>> Hello Swapnil,
>>> In past I tried to refactoring email interface with the idea to :
>>> * deprecate current ProductStoreEmailSetting to link it to
>>> TemplateEmailSetting. The purpose is to centralize all email
>>> configuration
>>> in this entity
>>> We may have multiple product store and can have different email templates
>> for them, ProductStoreEmailSetting will allow us to do that.
> My fault, I'm not clear. ProductStoreEmailSetting and EmailTemplateSetting
> are redundancy,
> I'm in favor to keep all email template information in
> EmailTemplateSetting and use ProductStoreEmailTemplate to link a email
> template to a productStore throw a purpose.
> So we can deprecate all email template fields in ProductStoreEmailSetting
> to centralize all this part in EmailTemplateSetting


> * link TemplateEmailSetting with Content through
>>> TemplateEmailSettingContent and TemplateEmailSettingContentType. This
>>> offert the possibilty to link header, body, footer or some more complex
>>> case like link documents, pdf invoice, order, etc ...
>>> Having content model with us, the customizable header, footer
>> (decoratorContentId at content level) and other complex case can be
>> handled
>> easily with content model.
> Completely, except for attached file. I agree for rendering the email
> content, but if you want link the file to your email its more easier to
> indicate it on EmailTemplateSetting.
> An example, when you send a order confirmation, you want attach to this
> email the the legal notice. We would be link directly the contentId where
> is the legal notice and an other content for the email body.

I guess, this can be achieved by ContentAssoc model, but yes, your proposal
of using TemplateEmailSettingContent and TemplateEmailSettingContentType is
also looks reasonable to me.

> * review all send email function to manage the content rendering
>>> Yes, during the proposed implementation, we were planning to do this as
>>> well.
>>> But the time has been missed :(
>>> If you are motivate, we can try to revive this idea ?
>> :-)
>> I would love to hear more about your idea, will it be possible for you to
>> share more information about this.
> The issue where I started https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/OFBIZ-4333
> Nicolas

- Best Regards,
Swapnil M Mane,

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