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Download and install

  • Download
  • Unzip
  • Install: copy it in your php server folder
  • Create your mysql database
  • set the mysql connection: "masterdata/_mysql.php"
  • set the domain variables: "masterdata/_init.php"
  • Execute the sql scripts

Set the mysql connection

Open the file "masterdata/_mysql.php" and set the connection parameter to your mysql-server: server, username, password and database.

Execute the SQL script

Please execute the following scripts from the folder "mysql":

  • k8basic.sql
  • k8examples.sql

Getting started

index.php (Website)

Please open your web project in your browser. You get the "K8 Web Kit" page with menu and login form. The menu contains the following items:

  • K8 Web Kit
  • Example
  • Register

The datadefID=1, "Persons List", is displayed. This is an easy master data example without a table in the database and without right check.

Change the datadefID in the url: "index.php?page=masterdata&datadefID=2". Now the "Item master data" is displayed. This datadefinition depends on the table "k8components" and the right check is enabled. You have to login 1st; than your data is displayed.

Register / My Data

To use the data access rights you have first to register and to login. After registration and login you can upload a profile picture and add other user as friends.


The header of the page, banner and menu, contains "_header.php". In the "ul", class "navbar-nav" the menu items are listed. Here you can modify your menu. Please search for "datadefID=1" and replace it with "datadefID=2". So you have changed the "Example" from "Persons list" to "Item master data".

Try out some more datadefinitions



Create at minimum 1 new recordset (Button; New). Fillout some data and save it (Button: Save). This record is saved with the requestID=1. We need this record for the next example.










Your own datadefinition

The following steps are necessary to create your own datadefinition:

  • create your table
  • generate your datadefinition: get_datadefinition.php
    have a look to: masterdata
  • add your datadefintion in masterdata/_datadefinitions.php with a datadefID.
  • display your definition as master data form in the browser (exchange "101" with your datadefID):
    • index.php?page=masterdata&datadefID=101
  • improve your datadefinition for tabulator and jsonform
  • add a html template for: catalog, detail or lineedit

Catalog Example


This classic web catalog brings the person who request help together with the persons who offer their help.


  • public
    • Home
    • Catalog
      • Filter
        • status
        • title
        • city
    • Detail
    • Register
  • member
    • My Help requests, sordted by startdate
      • in preparation
      • open requests
      • closed requests
    • My Help offers
      • open offers
      • closed offers
    • My data

Tables, master data

Table hrhelprequest

The table hrhelprequest stores all requests for help

Table hrhelpoffer

The table hrhelpoffer stores all offers for help