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Creating eZ Publish Objects in PHP

This tutorial will show you how to create eZ Publish objects using PHP to allow you to dynamically create or import content from elsewhere. After reading this article you should be able to create objects for any situation including those with XML fields, image or file fields and object relations.


eZ Publish allows you to publish nodes directly through your PHP very easily. In this tutorial I will cover how you can write a custom script to import your content into the CMS. Importing images, XML content and object relations along the way. The code be easily adapted to suit other purposes, whether you want to add it to your own extension to handle bulk imports, or if you want to automate content import for third party content using a cronjob.

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About the author : David Linnard

David is a London based web developer with a wide variety of skills who has spent the last two years on commercial eZ Publish web builds. He is also experienced at handling a variety of other content management systems and the Zend Framework.

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