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Multiple Tiki - One Database - Rewite Rules

posts: 38 Switzerland

De: marclaporte
À: jmj
Cc: mose
Sujet: Re:Multiple Tiki - One Database - Rewite Rules
Date: Mer 08 of Oct, 2003 18:32 UTC
Salut!

Le mieux c'est de poser les questions sur la dev list ou dans les forums, pour que tout le monde apprenne...


>Salut Marc,
>
>Je suis vraiment impresionne par les possibilites qu'offre TikiWiki. J'ai longtemps essaye par moi meme de developper une telle interface, mais la ca depasse tout ce que j'aurais pu imaginer... De tres bons moments en perspective.... ;)

Merci beaucoup.

>
>Je souhaiterais avoir ton avis sur ce sujet si c'est possible.
>Concernant le fait d'avoir de multiples domaines pointant sur la meme base tiki, est-ce que la solution pour avoir une presentation specifique pour chaque site se determine au niveau des rewite rules d'Apache ?

Je sais pas. mose?

>
>Concernant la possibilite de faire un catalogue et un shop online, existe-il un projet en cours ? Je ne voudrais pas reinventer la roue.


pas encore, mais c'est souhaité. J'ai débuté une liste de candidats:
http://tikiwiki.org/tiki-directory_browse.php?parent=42


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>Concernant les articles, newletters est-il possible des les integrer en tant que pages du Wiki ?

hmmm, pas a ma connaissance, mais c'est une bonne idee. Une sorte de INCLUDE serait bon.

>Comment changer l'image d'un Topic ?

sais pas

>
>Existe-il un moyen de definir des droits en cascade sur une structure ? Actuellement j'ai l'impression qu'il faut le faire page par page.

non. oui.
C'est quelque chose qu'il faut améliorer: PermissionDev

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>Je suis desole pour toutes ces questions....
>
>A+
>

A bientot!!!

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oh key - if this all was written in english I would have understood - but tell me what does that make sense when multiple tikis are using one Database? The only reason that I can think of is different designs / layouts, but this is all relative due to tiki offers theme support.
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I use a hacked version of tiki to achieve this:

I have multiple tikis running in separate sub directories of the same server. They all have their own dbs but use the users and groups table of the main tiki. This way, I can give different access to a consistent user base in the seperate tikis. I am also thinking of sharing the main tikis wiki tables in order to have a consistent copy of multiply used pages.

I use this setup because i provide special purpose websites. In the long run, people are supposed to be able to register on the main site and then apply to the sub sites.

I am very curious if this is possible with one db only... ive tried hacking the db schema that comes with tiki, but that didnt work too well.

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> I have multiple tikis running in separate sub directories of the same server. They all have their own dbs but use the users and groups table of the main tiki. This way, I can give different access to a consistent user base in the seperate tikis. I am also thinking of sharing the main tikis wiki tables in order to have a consistent copy of multiply used pages.

exactly what i want ! how did you achieve this ?

i read all the multiple tiki install and didnt get to the point of "many tikis on user+group db".


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I use a hacked version of tiki to achieve this:

I have multiple tikis running in separate sub directories of the same server. They all have their own dbs but use the users and groups table of the main tiki. This way, I can give different access to a consistent user base in the seperate tikis. I am also thinking of sharing the main tikis wiki tables in order to have a consistent copy of multiply used pages.

I use this setup because i provide special purpose websites. In the long run, people are supposed to be able to register on the main site and then apply to the sub sites.

I am very curious if this is possible with one db only... ive tried hacking the db schema that comes with tiki, but that didnt work too well.

posts: 13 None

> I have multiple tikis running in separate sub directories of the same server. They all have their own dbs but use the users and groups table of the main tiki. This way, I can give different access to a consistent user base in the seperate tikis. I am also thinking of sharing the main tikis wiki tables in order to have a consistent copy of multiply used pages.

exactly what i want ! how did you achieve this ?

i read all the multiple tiki install and didnt get to the point of "many tikis on user+group db".