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This event occurs on displaying a value of a field. It allows you to replace the actual value of a field to your own.



function OnGetFieldValue ($fieldName, &$value, $tableName)




The name of currently processed field.


The actual value of the field. Can be changed to another value.


The name of currently processed table.



This example shows how this event can be used for implementing a very simple transparent encryption based on the str_rot13 PHP function.


if ($fieldName == 'private_data') {

    $value = str_rot13($value);



Since the call of this function for an encrypted expression returns the original string, we can define OnBeforeInsertRecord and OnBeforeUpdateRecord event handlers as follows:


$rowData['private_data'] = str_rot13($rowData['private_data']);


This is just an example. We would recommend that you use more cryptographically strong algorithms to encrypt your important data.

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