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1 month 1 week ago #47415 by glenanpl
Hi,
Was it possible to filter the content of the fields in “Your details during a booking?
For example, some stranger put phone numbers like +41 or +32.
The phone number is sent with URL payment string and the separator fields for the bank is +!
It’s possible to truncate the fields in the payment forms, but is there a solution to control and change the content of a user field?
Regards,
PL

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1 month 1 week ago #47417 by Vince Wooll
Not by default, no, however it is possible to customise the system in an upgrade safe way.

See

github.com/WoollyinWalesIT/jomres/blob/m.../dobooking.class.php

L2974

You could copy the method

public function setGuest_tel_landline($value)
{
$this->tel_landline = $value;
}

into your own version of

github.com/WoollyinWalesIT/jomres/blob/m...kingobject.class.php

which you could then put into a custom code dir in the remote_plugins directory. Once there, you could copy the method and put it in the extending class that starts

if (!class_exists('booking')) {

and then customise that to, for example, str_replace "+" with something like "-|-" or similar (because it looks similar to the plus symbol so it's meaning would be less ambiguous) before adding it to $this->tel_landline

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