Drupal 7 Extended Features

Submitted by Rajasekhar on Sat, 11/17/2018 - 17:40

You can extend the core functionalities provided by Drupal by installing modules. This is just some of the common features and is neither a complete list nor a significant portion of the complete list. You can also find the module or modules which can be used to attain a particular feature here for the features listed here. This is just to show what is possible; we will have separate lists for modules separated into categories along with their usage details.


Submitted by Rajasekhar on Sat, 11/17/2018 - 17:35

Drupal is an open source content management system (CMS) and is maintained and developed by a community of 6 lakh plus users and developers. Drupal is often used to run websites containing blogs, news, shopping etc. You don’t have to write any code to get started; just download, upload to a web server that supports the required software and start configuring it and adding contents.

Testing Viewer Role by Assigning Projects with Different Access Levels

Submitted by Rajasekhar on Sat, 11/17/2018 - 12:10

I have tested Viewer Role by assigning projects with different Access Levels (User Roles) as Use Cases.



Role Permissions: login and view issues.



For example, I have created two projects such as Public (Buddytutor) and Private (Cloudericks). Under each Project added two issues such as Public Issue and Private Issue.

How to add a new User and log into Mantis Bug Tracker without having Email support in Local

Submitted by Rajasekhar on Sat, 11/17/2018 - 12:02

In order to set up a new account on Mantis, the new user has to click on a link received in Email to set a password and log in. If it is not allowed in your environment to send Emails from the host, where Mantis is running, the user is not able to activate its account. 

In this scenario, only admin can setup password directly in local phpmyadmin database.


Creating User and Password

Please follow below steps:


What are Public and Private Projects in Mantis BT?

Submitted by Rajasekhar on Sat, 11/17/2018 - 11:59

Public - Public projects are accessible to all users registered in the Mantis. Means all users who can access the project can see this issue.

Private - means that users with access level higher or equal to a specific threshold (typically DEVELOPER) can view the issue.  The reporter of the issue will also see it, independent of their access level. Simply Private issues are accessible to users with a specific access level to the relevant project.