who setup station in D7 successfully?

yutaolife's picture

HI all,

i am facing more issue about configuration station in D7. So, does any superman setup/configuration/running station module successfully. Would you please write some document?

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I too would like some more

dan.mantyla's picture

I too would like some more info on this

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Kansas Public Radio - http://www.kansaspublicradio.org

Station running on our D7

marty.true's picture

We have been running station on our D7 website, for some time now, and it works great...
http://party95.com

If there is anything specific you would like to know or if you have specific challenges, I'd be glad to try and help if I can.

Hi, I was wondering if you

wnyutech's picture

Hi,

I was wondering if you were running the archive section from station? The version of D7 I have doesn't seem to have any permissions for non-administrators in the archive page. Just wondering if anyone has written these permissions before I attempt to.

Thanks!

Thanks! I'm testing it out

dan.mantyla's picture

Thanks! I'm testing it out right now with http://simplytest.me and it works great!

I'm a PHP, Javascript, HTML/CSS programmer so hopefully I will be able to contribute to the module! I will be using these modules for the new station website I'm building for Kansas Public Radio. Will save me a lot of work! Our website will also have a news section that will connect with the NPR API via the NPR modules, and have blogs and breaking news and basic info, so the website will be more than just the station module.

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Kansas Public Radio - http://www.kansaspublicradio.org

program now playing?

dan.mantyla's picture

xstatic,

what did you do for your "On-air now" block, current program block??

I don't see an easy way to do it with Views, so I'm thinking I'll just write some PHP into a block. Looks pretty simple, just query the table station_schedule_items and to get the nid for the program that is scheduled for the current time, then query for that nid and display it's name, img, link, etc.

EDIT:

wow, nevermind, the block was already created by the station module, I don't know how I missed it. Well, that was easy!

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Kansas Public Radio - http://www.kansaspublicradio.org

On-Air Block

marty.true's picture

Actually, our on-air blocks are custom PHP. We're not using the on-air blocks that came with the Station module because we wanted more control, like adding the FB Like button for each presenter and also linking to their Profile2 profile.

yes, I'm thinking I'll want to customize too

dan.mantyla's picture

yes, I'm thinking I'll want to customize it myself. I'm getting an error (notice actually) on the page when they're displayed (it says Notice: Trying to get property of non-object in station_schedule_program_get_at). [edit: found the patch, https://drupal.org/node/1899290 it fixed it]

Is is possible to provide that php code?

Thanks!!

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Kansas Public Radio - http://www.kansaspublicradio.org

Where does schedule data live?

lfedele's picture

Question - Does/could this tie in with NPR/DS Composer API for on-air and live song data?

We're using NPR Composer and

dan.mantyla's picture

We're using NPR Composer and using the widgets and API to get on-air live song data and playlists onto our website. It doesn't tie into the Station module at all though. All our hosts use Composer to log the songs they play, then we can export the data to submit to whatever agency for reporting purposes. The now-playing and playlist widgets are just extras. Again, there's no connection to the Station module, except for the program URLs (programs are created by the Station module) that are saved in Composer.

http://kansaspublicradio.org

If you'd like to poke around the Composer API, go to http://api.composer.nprstations.org and you can get your station's api key by logging into Composer and getting the widget code. They key is in the URL.

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Kansas Public Radio - http://www.kansaspublicradio.org

Status of module and documentation

gusaus's picture

There's a Drupal 8 port underway, but I'm assuming a stable release is going to take some time. That said, would the Drupal 7 version of the Station module be the recommended choice for clients who may want a Drupal based solution or are there better options? Would it be a realistic option for a small station with a limited budget? What's the state of documentation?

Gus Austin

In the process of setting it up

wnyutech's picture

I have most of the station module up and running. The schedule and program parts are up and looking good. I'm scrapping the playlist and catalog portion for another in-house software. Still working on the archive part. I could never get the stream ripper successfully working. But I have a php script that seems to be functioning alright instead of that. Also the archives page is still showing "Access Denied" - Has anyone set this up successfully?

Unresolved issues to make D7 Station stable

gusaus's picture

It seems like the D7 port was never complete. Might be a good idea to use the issue queue for bugs, feature, and support requests. Possibly there needs to be a few more active maintainers of the project?

This Station Module Requirements wiki is a good place to focus the meta discussion and hash out requirements.

Gus Austin

DrupalCon meetup?

dan.mantyla's picture

Anyone want to meet up with me at DrupalCon in New Orleans in May and finish the D7 port of Station and begin working on the D8 port? Or just skip straight to D8?

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Kansas Public Radio - http://www.kansaspublicradio.org

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