AW: [ic] Splitting the userdb
lars.tode at bpanet.de
Mon Jan 9 11:17:48 EST 2006
In case I'll modified the Interchange source (5.3) for our customer, I'll submit the changes to you if you want.
If you are interessted, somethings I should know about conventions?
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> Von: interchange-users-bounces at icdevgroup.org
> [mailto:interchange-users-bounces at icdevgroup.org] Im Auftrag
> von Mike Heins
> Gesendet: Montag, 9. Januar 2006 16:55
> An: interchange-users at icdevgroup.org
> Betreff: Re: [ic] Splitting the userdb
> Quoting Lars Tode (lars.tode at bpanet.de.org):
> > Hi list,
> > for a special Interchange implementation, I need at minimum
> two tables
> > which includes the user data.
> > The userdb table includes the list of users. It contains a
> minimum of
> > user information (basically just username, password, email and 2 or
> > more fields for different informations).
> > The second table shoeld contain the address information
> (billing and
> > shipping address), payment, etc.
> > The idea is, that one entry of the second table is
> associated with one
> > or more entries in the userdb.
> > If one user change his address data, the address data for all users
> > that are connected to the same entry is changed.
> > Is it possible to use Interchange internal functions to
> realise that,
> > or is to overwrite the entire userdb functionality (userdb - Tag,
> > Vend::UserDB) the only possibility?
> There is no current capability to have multi-keyed access to
> address data. However, there is a nascent module called
> Vend::UserControl that shows how to override Vend::UserDB
> functionality to do what you want.
> This is one candidate for a big change in Interchange 5.6 --
> we should provide some ability to have multi-record
> addresses, and this is one feature I will consider.
> Thanks for the idea.
> Mike Heins
> Perusion -- Expert Interchange Consulting http://www.perusion.com/
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