I looked all over but no result ...
I wonder if there is a Structure System for Drupal like: Spaces - Sections - Groups - Blocks - etc.
Where to use Spaces and may I have groups in spaces? The documentation is somehow messy, I'm lost. But there seems to be no good guides (like books) for a Drupal beginner.
It takes time to find out what I need, where to install, etc.
Drupal 7 with Open Atrium 2 should be used for a Information an collaboration suite for a company. Login and all user-information and its roles comes over LDAP and active directory. So far I haven't got any problems.
But now I would like to build a user page:
- I take a layout with two cols.
- In the right column I have all the information read from active directory and user information.
- In the left column there should be some different things.
But I would be very happy if I could understand how to build a user page with all the logged in user information automatically where user will be redirected after logged in.
I don't know how the hierarchy in Drupal works:
- Do I need a space for all user who are logged in in Drupal?
- And do I have groups inside a space or can I have groups without a space?
So please don't mind if I give you this advice:
Not to explain all this modules and for what they are all for but to give specific projects and go through this from the first plane and road-map over the modules which we need till the building and setup.
So we can see it quit from the other side. Starting from a project going through drupal. And not from Drupal and for what it could be all for.
In my case I should build a company platform for all employees with there personal date from active directory (LDAP) and build up a personal page for each employee with his personal data with Drupal.