Hooks

Hooks allow plugins to change the behaviour of the Haplo application.

To respond to a hook, a function is registered with the plugin object using the hook() function. The documentation for each hook gives you an example.

The first argument of the hook function is the response object. The documentation for each hook defines the properties of this object, and the function responds to the hook by changing or setting those properties.

Other arguments to the function are defined for each hook to pass in relevant data.

A hook may be called in “request context” when a request is being handled. Information about the request, such as O.currentUser is available.

Hooks

hAuditEntryOptionalWrite
hElementDiscover
hElementRender
hGetReportsList
hHelpPage
hLabellingUserInterface
hLabelObject
hLabelUpdatedObject
hMainApplicationCSS
hNavigationPosition
hNavigationPositionAnonymous
hNewObjectPage
hObjectAttributeRestrictionLabelsForUser
hObjectDeleteUserInterface
hObjectDisplay
hPostObjectChange
hPostObjectEdit
hPreBrowse
hPreFileDownload
hPreIndexObject
hPreObjectDisplay
hPreObjectEdit
hPreSearchUI
hScheduleDailyEarly
hScheduleDailyLate
hScheduleDailyMidday
hScheduleDailyMidnight
hScheduleHourly
hStandardChrome
hTrayPage
hUserAttributeRestrictionLabels
hUserLabelStatements
hUserPermissionRules
hUsersChanged
hWorkUnitRender