Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by Rex, Sep 16, 2009.
I want to create database but the name of the database before creation can not be inserted.
You can create databases e.g. with phpmyadmin.
So there is no way to create database with the desired name in ISPConfig2. Anyways, I don't see the installation of phpmyadmin at "Perfect Server - CentOS 5.3 ISPConfig 2" tutorial.
Can I allow users to edit database name in ISPConfig2? Can I do it like in cPanel?
determine prefix like user1_databaseName. Allow user to edit databaseName. So it won't conflict with others database name even if users create any name of database.
This feature exists in ISPConfig 3 but not in ISPConfig 2.
So can you create update script at this point for us to replace in ISPConfig2?
ISPConfig 2 can not be updated to ISPConfig 3 as they have completely different system requiremenst and follow a different concept of server configuration (linuy system users vs. virtual users).
I know it could be bug if users create duplicate name. but if you can you modify this script to allow administrator to edit the name?
Separate names with a comma.