Administartive scripts are the scripts used by a module in the administrative section of the system. They are to be stored in the directory /bitrix/modules/module ID/admin/.
It should be considered that administrative scripts cannot be directly called in browser (as well as other scripts of the directory /bitrix/modules/). Thus, additional scripts (with the same name; hereinafter referred to as calling scripts) found in the directory /bitrix/admin/ are used to call the administrative scripts. Usually, they just include the administrative script having the same name:
<? require_once($_SERVER["DOCUMENT_ROOT"]."/bitrix/modules/module ID/admin/script name"); ?>
When a module is being installed, the calling
scripts must be copied from the directory
When a module is being uninstalled, the calling scripts must be removed from the directory /bitrix/admin/.
Account must be taken of the fact that the calling scripts of all the installed modules are located in the directory /bitrix/admin/. Thus, to avoid file duplicates, they should be given names beginning with a prefix peculiar to the corresponding module.
Each administrative script must define the following two constants, before the administrative prlogue visual section is included:
The following example shows how to define these constants:
define("ADMIN_MODULE_NAME", "statistic"); define("ADMIN_MODULE_ICON", "<a href=\"stat_list.php?lang=".language_id."\"> <img src=\"/bitrix/images/statistic/statistic.gif\" width=\"48\" height=\"48\" border=\"0\" alt=\"".GetMessage("STAT_MODULE_TITLE")."\" title=\"".GetMessage("STAT_MODULE_TITLE")."\"></a>");
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