Source model serves to insert the data into the certain fields: checkboxes, multi selects, radios, selects in admin area: System- > Configuration.
To indicate Source Model for the field, add tag:
<source_model> and define source model in it
The field must contain tag:
<frontend_type> with one of the values: сheckbox, multi select, radio or select.
When creating software attribute there is possibility to indicate its model. This model would be used when saving or uploading the attribute. With the help of the indicated model it would be possible to manage the data format and the content.
The model could be specified when creating the configuration field in the admin area (system.xml).
System.xml (Part 2)
You can review Part 1 here
To set the fields specify the following tags:
System.xml (Part 1)
Magento is highly customizable and have lots of pre-built configurations. All of it could be found in: System -> Configuration. Any module could add specific parameters into that interface. New fields, groups and tabs – it all could be added with the help of the configuration file: system.xml.
You can find Magento Module Setup (Part 1) here
Now let's take a look at the section: acl
Magento as any other modern system is built with the help of modules. And it goes without saying that each module is configured independently. That is why before creating a new module it is necessary to get familiar with Magento module structure.
Magento stores the main module configuration part in etc/config.xml file:
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Magento Module Structure
Magento extensions are usually structured this way:
Magento module contains two major parts: “code” and “design”. The “code” determines functionality of the module. For example: work with the data base. The “design” is the visual representation of data that was processed by the “code”.