Pre Sale QUestion

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Pre Sale QUestion

Post by imsocial » November 30th, 2014, 5:45 pm

Hello,
i have some websites with some communities...
WIth Mightysites i would like to have a central database for the users by all my communities...

- Main Site: site of my agency
- Slave Site 1: Community 1
- Slave Site 2: Community 2
(etc.)

I have some questions:
- the database recognize from what website any user is registered?
- Mightysite works with Pay plans? All my communities has a payment membership
- If Mightysite works with Pay plans... if a user pay his membership in the "Community 1", when he join to Community 2 he pay too? Or the payment is only one?

Thank you!

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Re: Pre Sale QUestion

Post by Admin » December 1st, 2014, 2:58 pm

MightySites can help to share users: 2 slave sites will load users from database of master site, so all 3 sites will always have same all users. Any user-related action on any site will affect all sites (no matter where user is created/registered/updated/deleted - all sites have same users).

If PayPlans uses native Joomla database layer for all database queries - it will work.

No more options are available, just 3 sites will have same users loaded from users tables of master site.

You can create a separate usergroup for each site and configure it to be selected as default usergroup for new users, so you can see from which site the user was registered.

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Re: Pre Sale QUestion

Post by imsocial » December 1st, 2014, 4:30 pm

Thank you!
If i create different user groups, a user can be in 2 or 3 differents user groups, if he pay his membership in 2 o 3 websites?

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Re: Pre Sale QUestion

Post by Admin » December 2nd, 2014, 1:58 pm

Once a new user is registered in Joomla he is assigned to one default usergroup.
Next you can manually assign user to multiple usergroups.

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Re: Pre Sale QUestion

Post by Admin » January 5th, 2015, 3:09 pm

Yes, please check this case study - it's the best and most common usage practice:
http://alterbrains.com/joomla-extension ... or-modules