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Integrate CMS into powerstore 2

Thread began 7/02/2010 5:55 pm by warrenphillips25336771 | Last modified 7/02/2010 8:14 pm by Eric Mittman | 463 views | 1 replies |

warrenphillips25336771Beta Tester

Integrate CMS into powerstore 2


I want to integrate cms into my powerstore 2, can you please say what files I should not transfer as to not cause confusion, I know ps3 does it but the single license thing is not for me so not going to upgrade it. Just want to add the cms in the admin section.

thanks in advance

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Eric Mittman

If you add the PowerCMS files into their own folder in the site you should be able to transfer all of the files without issue. The trick to getting these to work together though is combining the databases, you should then be able to make reference to the same connection file regardless.

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