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Combind User Reg and PowerCMS

Thread began 8/30/2009 10:39 am by rharman1306375 | Last modified 9/01/2009 1:08 pm by Eric Mittman | 1137 views | 1 replies |


Combind User Reg and PowerCMS


I would like to use your two solutions together. I did a quick comparison of the two and there are only a few potential overlaps. Do you have a suggestion for using the two together in the same directory, using the same database?

I was able to put the required tables in the same DB, so the connections should be the same.
And the WA_Globals should be the same (correct?).

Will I run into a problem with security assist or validation?

And lastly, what code would I need to change so that both of the admin pages will not overwrite. For example, if I have admincms as a folder and adminur as a folder, where would i need to make file name and code changes?


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Eric Mittman

So long as you got the databases combined and the values in the globals files combined you should be ok to use both of these in the same site. The admin pages rely on the same access rules from Security Assist, and the other shared files like the validations should be fine.

I did a quick test of this and what I found was naming my admin folders as admin_cms and admin_users worked ok. You could potentially combine the admin pages but you would need to account for the two admin index pages, for the users reg the admin index page shows user stats.

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