[Elgg 1.8-1.12 & 2.X & 3.X: Expirationdate]

Provides methods to set an expiration date for entities and to delete them automatically.

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This plugin has been originally developed by Brett Profitt (https://community.elgg.org/plugins/384716).

The Expirationdate plugin can be used to define a date of expiration for entities and to delete them automatically via a cron job. The plugin provides no user interface on your site (apart from setting the desired cron interval in the admin section).

For example this plugin can optionally be used with the Elggx Userpoints plugin (https://community.elgg.org/plugins/813379).

If you only intend to use the Expirationdate plugin in connection with another plugin that already has the expiration date mechanism implemented, you only need to enable it like another Elgg plugin and set the desired cron interval in the plugin's settings. Additionally, at least the cronjob for this interval must be configured on your server!

If you intend to use the methods included in the Expirationdate plugin within your own plugin development, you can find instructions in the bundled README file.

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  • Category: Tools
  • License: GNU General Public License (GPL) version 2
  • Updated: 2019-4-6
  • Downloads: 3454
  • Recommendations: 10

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