Creating client websites with their own DB for their customer accounts

Discussion in 'General' started by Mikeal Wolfe, Oct 21, 2021.

  1. Mikeal Wolfe

    Mikeal Wolfe New Member

    I have a couple websites and domains that all want to have their customers be able to register and login using their verified account information from said customer's "customer database" that will now be hosted on my server(s). Is there any guided documentation for ISPConfig 3.2.7 showing me how to setup a proper DB/table for each of my ISPConfig customers, then my customers have their own "customer DB/table" for their customers?

    ISPConfig 3.2.7
    Services - web-Server ; mySQL ; FTP ; DNS ; IMAP ; SMTP ; POP3
    Client 3 has 200 customers that wants to login to "client 3" website to access their account.
    Client 5 has 50 customers that want to login to "client 5" website to access their account.
    Client 7 has 350 customers that wants to login to "client 3" website to access their account.

    Is this possible with ISPConfig 3.2.7??
    Regards,
    Mike
     
  2. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    Create a reseller account for your customers in ISPConfig. Resellers can create new clients on their own.
     
  3. Mikeal Wolfe

    Mikeal Wolfe New Member

    I am sure I am wording this wrong. I am trying to create a user login system with PHP, HTML, and my-SQL for some of my Clients where they can have their own user database displaying information pertaining to my client's customer database. Like going to comcast.net, login to check your bill, get account info, pay a bill, etc. Or Amazon.com and look at your past transactions, contact info, login methods & security, etc. I assume if I have their database structure, in the PHP I could specify the "localhost" and "DB" that my ClientX has read permission to, pop the DB/table, and return the values requested for display. But I wasn't sure about ISPConfig 3.2.7's DB structure for clients and resellers. Can ISPConfig 3.2.7 also have a Customer DB or do I need to setup another DB cluster for these specific functions/requests?
     
  4. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

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