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A small help In script vbulletin


hello friends

i want to make 2 forums using script vbulletin

but when the members registrate in the first forum ,they

registrate in the secend too automatiqly.

mean how to do 2 forums in one users database.



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You just need to write some PHP+MySQL and modify the account creation file on your first forum that submits the data to the second database. For security you probably want to create a new user with specifically only write access to the tables required (in the second database.)

I haven't much experience in modifying vBulletin but I'd imagine there's an API you can hook into if they don't let you modify source code (same code applys, finding out where to put it is the difference )

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thank you very much,yes the problem that i have not expirience in mysql,and how to do it,can you please explain me how to do it, by codes what i must put?or upload dor you my files and you will help me?

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You just need to write some PHP+MySQL and modify the account creation file on your first forum that submits the data to the second database. For security you probably want to create a new user with specifically only write access to the tables required (in the second database.)

I haven't much experience in modifying vBulletin but I'd imagine there's an API you can hook into if they don't let you modify source code (same code applys, finding out where to put it is the difference )

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it can be , but its need some complicated work

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wich files must be change in the script?

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it can be , but its need some complicated work

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login.php
includes/function_login.php
register.php

or if you make your own register forum well be better and more easy for you to mereg both databases at 1 table

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if i will upload for you the 3 files can you please modifie them?


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login.php
includes/function_login.php
register.php

or if you make your own register forum well be better and more easy for you to mereg both databases at 1 table

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