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PHPLicengine integration with SMF

Started by PHPLicengine, May 07, 2009, 06:01:13 AM

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PHPLicengine

We did integrate hxxp:www.phplicengine.com/index.php [nonactive] with SMF and we hope this is useful for PHPLicengine users who use SMF too. It acts as new user injection. When a new user signs up in PHPLicengine, it creates a SMF account for the user too. Ne need to modify SMF code, everything will be set in PHPLicengine admin area.

Keywords: hxxp:www.phplicengine.com [nonactive]

Sarge

This looks interesting... Can you point us to a demo site that shows integration of PHPLicengine with SMF?

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PHPLicengine

Sorry, we did not yet install a demo. because we need time to modify code and disable actual operations for security reasons (I am sure you know what I am talking about). Even if we install demo and post the link here, all modules will be disabled including SMF. Why not getting a free version from there and test it in live for yourself?

JBlaze

Hello, just going through some old support topics. Do you still require assistance with this issue?

If so, please reply with more information about what isn't working.

Additionally, if this is already solved, please mark it solved by clicking 'Mark Topic Solved' at the lower left of your screen.
Jason Clemons
Former Team Member 2009 - 2012

PHPLicengine

Quote from: JBlaze on June 05, 2009, 02:51:30 AM
Hello, just going through some old support topics. Do you still require assistance with this issue?

If so, please reply with more information about what isn't working.

Additionally, if this is already solved, please mark it solved by clicking 'Mark Topic Solved' at the lower left of your screen.

Whom are you talking to? It seems you posted your reply under another topic wrongly?
If you are talking about this thread anyway, when did I talk about any issue that I should mark it as solved?
I was just announcing the SMF users who are using PHPLicengine too abut the integration we did make.

JBlaze

Quote from: PHPLicengine on June 05, 2009, 03:10:45 AM
Quote from: JBlaze on June 05, 2009, 02:51:30 AM
Hello, just going through some old support topics. Do you still require assistance with this issue?

If so, please reply with more information about what isn't working.

Additionally, if this is already solved, please mark it solved by clicking 'Mark Topic Solved' at the lower left of your screen.

Whom are you talking to? It seems you posted your reply under another topic wrongly?
If you are talking about this thread anyway, when did I talk about any issue that I should mark it as solved?
I was just announcing the SMF users who are using PHPLicengine too abut the integration we did make.


Sorry about that. I'm going through a list of old topics posted in support boards. This is a support board.

Topics that are not marked as solved end up on that list, that was the reason for my post.

Since this is not a support topic, I will mark it as solved so it doesn't end up back on the list :)

Sorry again for the misinterpretation.
Jason Clemons
Former Team Member 2009 - 2012

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