adrian## Posted October 23, 2003 Share Posted October 23, 2003 ref Php BBcontribution by Liang http://www.oscommerce.com/community/contributions,1603 To get this working properly for MS2, I followed the install_for_ms2.txt install instructions then did the following: (note in the instructions the filesnames mentioned 'account_edit_process.php' should be read as 'account_edit.php; and 'create_acount_process.php' read as 'create_acount.php' _______ in catalog/includes/filenames.php: ADD define('FILENAME_KNOW, 'bb_index.php'); ________ in create_account.php this line: tep_db_perform(TABLE_ADDRESS_BOOK, $sql_data_array); should actually be just below the new insert that was made, not just above it as it specifies. (hence, the new inserted paragraph is one line too low) also WITHIN the newly inserted paragraph, the two instances of: $sql_data_array should be changed to $sql_data_array2 Also, within this newly inserted paragraph, this line: 'user_viewemail' => 1, should be replaced with : 'user_viewemail' => 0, ___________ Also, in stage 8 of Liang's instructions, this paragrah meant to be inserted into catalog/languages/english.php: define('BOX_BBINDEX', 'Forum'); define('NAVBAR_TITLE', 'Forum'); define('HEADING_TITLE', 'Forum'); should be replaced by just define('BOX_BBINDEX', 'Forum'); and this paragraph, define('BOX_BBINDEX', 'Forum'); define('NAVBAR_TITLE', 'Forum'); define('HEADING_TITLE', 'Forum'); should go into: catalog/languages/english/bb_index.php ________ Other than that seem like a good contribution that has login and account creation integrated into the main application. However, it needs the faciltiy for users to change their forum username as currently each forum user is given their surname as their forum username and that cannot be changed by the user or the forum admin. BTW to get to the forum admin pages goto: catalog/admin/bb_default.php so this page should be password protected on the server. The contribution in action can be seen here: GrooveTip however some mods were added to it from http://www.phpbbhacks.com, some of which themselves had to be adapted to suit this contribution Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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