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How I determine which template or form is responsible for processing node of page with this URL: mysite.com/node/node-number/edit ?

I think, that Drupal find the template of edit in this files:

page-node-edit.tpl.php
page-node- node-number.tpl.php
page-node.tpl.php
page.tpl.php

However, in my theme folder I have only page.tpl.php without the code of edit template, but edit template is worked.

And in template.php i heve this preprodsse_node:

function my_theme_preprocess_node(&$vars) {
    $node = $vars['node'];
    switch ($node->type) {
        case 'page':
            break;
    }
}

Now I think that the CCK module to generate this form. I can change one field or a behavior of the form?

P.S.

I need to change some input in edit form. And I can't use a different version of Drupal :(

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  • The true answer of my question is: CCK module create a template for edit node – Sergey Jun 7 '16 at 11:16
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If you want to change the default value of fields in node edit form. You should looking on any *.tpl.php files. You have to define your own custom module and use hook_form_alter

You can use this if-statement inside the hook function.

// remember change [nodetype] to the one you want to alter.
if($form_id == 'nodetype_node_form'){
    // your code here
}
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  • Thanks! How i can to change form action after user click submit? – Sergey Jun 7 '16 at 9:51
  • You can define a new submit function and append into the form submit array. $form['#submit'][] = 'your_form_submit_function' – Jimmy Ko Jun 7 '16 at 9:53
  • Now if the form is submitted, CCK update some field in mysql database. I need to change this, because in one form input contains three values, and this values need to be recorded in three fields in databse. – Sergey Jun 7 '16 at 10:11
  • You can retrieve the submitted value in $form_state['#values']. You can do whatever you want then. – Jimmy Ko Jun 7 '16 at 10:14
  • I would recommend you post a new question with more details of your case. Comment is not a good place for answering long question with lack of information. – Jimmy Ko Jun 7 '16 at 10:52

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