This pipeline is called in ecrire/public/aiguiller.php after the processes have been run for a CVT form. It is used to supplement the response table or to perform any additional processes.

It accepts the same arguments as the formulaire_charger or formulaire_verifier pipelines. It returns the table of data that are the results of processing (error message, success message, redirection, editable form refresh...).

$rev = pipeline(
		'args' => array('form'=>$form, 'args'=>$args),
		'data' => $rev)


The "Licence" plugin, which offers the opportunity to assign a usage licence to articles, uses this pipeline to save the default licence value in the configuration details whenever a new article is created:

function licence_formulaire_traiter($flux){
	// if creating a new article, assign it the configured default licence
	if ($flux['args']['form'] == 'editer_article' AND $flux['args']['args'][0] == 'new') {
		$id_article = $flux['data']['id_article'];
		$licence_defaut = lire_config('licence/licence_defaut');
		sql_updateq('spip_articles', array('id_licence' => $licence_defaut), 'id_article=' . intval($id_article));
	return $flux;


  • the lire_config() PHP function belongs to the configuration plugin "CFG".
  • in SPIP 2.1, it will be more relevant to use the pre_insertion pipeline for this specific example.

Author Mark Baber Published : Updated : 12/03/23

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