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Power CMS, PowerStore, DataAssist together

Thread began 5/17/2011 10:16 pm by info271221 | Last modified 5/19/2011 12:39 pm by Jason Byrnes | 769 views | 1 replies |


Power CMS, PowerStore, DataAssist together

On my community network site I want to use PowerCMS, PowerStore, DataAssist, html editor, file manager and possibly other extensions. The PowerCMS will be used ONLY for the webadmins/community managers ie our staff. I am planning on using the users table as our directory listing info with user contact info...., and dataassist to create the insert, update, search, results and delete pages for all the posts. I want the file manager for the post to upload to uploadeditor/userid ie uploadeditor/226 or whatever the users id is. I want the PowerCMS images to upload to files as they currently are. How do I specify the file manager on the "non PowerCMS managed pages" to use the uploadEditor/userid verses the /files folder. Also how to I force the userid? Thank You,

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

make sure to install Powr CMS and Power Store into separate sub directories:

so that they do not conflict with the main site.

For details on uploading to a user folder, see the following thread:

use security assist to force login to the pages you apply HTML editor to in order to force the user ID.

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