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Lister 9th September 2005 10:50

Client Website MySQL Database Names
 
When you create a new mysql database for a client site, is it possible to remove the default naming and allow people to specify their own database name and database username (or database username from their account login).

Any help with this greatly appreciated..

Other than that.. What a fantastic system, very easy to install and very easy to maintain.. :)

Kind Regards
Lister
Happily running ISPConfig on FC4

till 9th September 2005 10:53

Quote:

Originally Posted by Lister
When you create a new mysql database for a client site, is it possible to remove the default naming and allow people to specify their own database name and database username (or database username from their account login).

No, thats currently not possible. You can only make databases with different names in phpMyAdmin. You may post this at a feature request to the feature-request forum :)

Till

falko 9th September 2005 17:59

Quote:

Originally Posted by Lister
When you create a new mysql database for a client site, is it possible to remove the default naming and allow people to specify their own database name and database username (or database username from their account login).

The problem with allowing people to specify custom database names is that the database name they enter might already exist. So we decided to establish a scheme for database names. :)

vidarv 11th January 2008 16:56

how to set default databasenem
 
Does anyone know how to change the default database-name in ISPConfig to be somthing like web[SITEID]_myappname_v2 ?

falko 12th January 2008 17:21

That's not possible unless you change ISPConfig's source code.


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