I remember seeing X2CRM somehwere but can't find it anymore. In any case, can we get a conversation going on an integrated app for X2CRM? X2CRM seems a lot better than SuiteCRM as well!
I pretty much have it running well. I have it running on top of the PHP 7.3 LAMP multi-db app.
1 issue with sq_mode:
method 1: just need 1 fix:
SET GLOBAL sql_mode=(SELECT REPLACE(@@sql_mode,'ONLY_FULL_GROUP_BY',''));
method 2: or this way to persist in case MYSQL restarts:
Where exactly is the multidb database located? I want to test this out.
X2CRM looks great but I couldn't find any pricing information for selfhosted - https://x2crm.com/pricing . Do you know how must it costs? I ask only because if it's a proper enterprise product, it probably doesn't fit Cloudron user base very well (atleast, at this point).
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My installation actually has a LICENSE.txt and it says:
GNU AFFERO GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE
@girish would this work for cloudron?
@saikarthik Are you asking if the app will work on Cloudron? Correct me if I am wrong but I thought you already had it working. (Or are you asking something license related?)
@girish I would love for the Cloudron community to be able to use it. It is better than the other CRM options on Cloudron IMO. I could help package it with some guidance. I'm familiar with Docker. My question is, does the X2CRM license fit the Cloudron model? Is this an app we can eventually publish to the Cloudron app store once stable/approved/verified?
And yes, to confirm it is working on top of the php7.3-multidb app with the addition of ssh2 in Dockerfile.
@saikarthik Ah, ok. The license of the app is not a problem because Cloudron code does not depend on apps (and vice versa). We also don't limit any specific type of license in our app store. App authors are free to choose whichever license suits their business model best.
Now for X2CRM, I saw a note in https://github.com/X2Engine/X2CRM/issues/180 that's not developed anymore in the open. Now that might stop us from getting it published (and not the license) since we want to have fresh well maintained apps. Maybe you can ask the X2CRM company what their plans are.
Happy to help out with packaging in any case. There is a separate category in the forum for this. Just ask anything there.
I asked the question there. And actually, I was accepted into their community forum recently and got a response regarding a bug 2 days after posting!
I was hoping that making it available to folks on Cloudron would also help revive x2crm. Don't PHP apps last a while without many changes?
Yup, I don't see any harm done, trying to package it.
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@saikarthik If it's a paid-only app, then Confluence already in the App store is already a precedent for that model. I could do with an instance of JIRA too, reluctantly as I never liked their licensing model, but could do with it for archiving purposes.