I need help finishing a Symfony site that I created. YOU MUST KNOW HOW TO USE SYMFONY. I do not have time to teach. WHAT YOU NEED TO DO: 1. FINISH Creating an orders system. Receive an order (not shopping cart, just a simple form), different statuses of the order, send some emails on changes of status. 2. Allow users to view order status. 3. Allow admins to change order status. 4. Create some extra fields in the Model and add them to the view.
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To all: -I am not using SVN. open to the possibility of installing. -Using v1.2 Doctrine -Using admin generator for some parts Server is a dedicated virtual server, full ssh access provided of course. So that everyone is clear of what is needed: I have a site where I sell ONE service "job". The form from which the product is purchased will POST an array with all the values. You need to create the following stories: Story 1: User checkouts enters billing information into form, and form is submited. (I take care of the payment processing). After this, the user is presented with his "job status page" similar to Dominnos Pizza ordering page. Page has a status indicator, and user may post and view personal messages exchanged between Admin and him. # You need to create an orders module. The order module will do the following: 1. Store the order-page information. Doesn't need to be "discrete" data, meaning, each of the form fields do not need to go on separate fields. The order information must be linked to a user account. sfDoctrineGuard is already installed in that site. so you can link the order to an sfguard user. You still need to create a user profile table to store some of the information. 2. Provide the ability to upload multiple files via the form and store them together with the order. 3. Create a user section where the user can log-in and view their order status and leave comments 4. The order status will simply display if the order is New, Processing, Delivered, Approved or Rejected 5. Then of course on the backend we need the ability to change the status and upload our own files into the order, to complete the order.
Symfony, php, mysql, ajax/js, linux.