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Possibility of multiple registration tables?

Thread began 5/15/2009 3:39 pm by eric341232 | Last modified 5/15/2009 3:45 pm by eric341232 | 1599 views | 1 replies


Possibility of multiple registration tables?

Since you don't offer trials here's what I'd like to know.

Many people who have long used the Adobe Dreamweaver Developer Toolbox (and previous iterations) are looking to your offerings since Adobe doesn't plan to continue support for ADDT past getting the extension to work with CS4.

One of the things that has always driven me nuts about the ADDT registration module is that you can only have a single user registration data table per web site, no matter how many databases you might have on that site's mysql server.

But sometimes, pretty often in fact, I find myself wanting to create different sections across my sites for which memberships and registrations have nothing to do with other sections. In fact I might want to create two different databases with different registration/member data tables in each.

Can your registration solution pack accommodate this? It would be sweet if it can.

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