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dasmoon
10-24-2007, 06:57 PM
I have two web-sites primary is dasmoon.com and sub-domain is blackhawksite.com, I have form working in blackhawksite.com and would like to utilize ABVFP methology in my primary site dasmoon.com. How do I go about setting up multiple web-sites using ABVFP?

Have attempted and it was a complete disaster, had problems setting up the second database. Any assistance would be deeply appreciated.

Mahalo!

dougnez
10-25-2007, 01:12 AM
Hi dasmoon... Naval can do that for you easily.. Look around the forum and find his link and ask about it... Hope that helps.. Doug

navaldesign
10-25-2007, 11:06 PM
ABVFP can easily work from its current location in your subdomain. You should set the form action to be " http://www.dasmoon.com/blackhawksite/ABVFP/dbts_abvfp.php " . Setup the form normally through the ABVFP control panel.

dasmoon
10-30-2007, 12:01 AM
ABVFP can easily work from its current location in your subdomain. You should set the form action to be " http://www.dasmoon.com/blackhawksite/ABVFP/dbts_abvfp.php " . Setup the form normally through the ABVFP control panel.

Navaldesign:
My primary domain is dasmoon.com and this is the one I want to setup up the new form. The blackhawksite.com is working fine with ABVFP forms. Is the http://www.dasmoon.com/blackhawksite/ABVFP/dbts_abvfp.php the correct form action for dasmoon.com? Also, the form names have to be different (uploadform.html and errorpage.php, and thankyoupage.php?).

Dasmoon

navaldesign
10-30-2007, 06:37 AM
If ABVFP had been initially installed in www.blackhawksite/ABVFP (http://www.blackhawksite/ABVFP) then the above action is correct. If ABVFP was installed on the primary site, then it is nt correct.

I can't know where you had installed it.

Form names: ABVFP does NOT consider the form name, only the Formid in the hidden field. So, the form name can be the same or different.

Error page / thank you page etc: ABVFP has a separate page with details for each form. From there you can set the actual names of the form, the errorpage and the thankyou page for each form.

dasmoon
10-30-2007, 05:41 PM
If ABVFP had been initially installed in www.blackhawksite/ABVFP (http://www.blackhawksite/ABVFP) then the above action is correct. If ABVFP was installed on the primary site, then it is nt correct.

I can't know where you had installed it.

Form names: ABVFP does NOT consider the form name, only the Formid in the hidden field. So, the form name can be the same or different.

Error page / thank you page etc: ABVFP has a separate page with details for each form. From there you can set the actual names of the form, the errorpage and the thankyou page for each form.


Navaldesign - as always your help is appreciated thanks again!

Dasmoon

dasmoon
12-04-2007, 05:00 PM
Navaldesign:
I have been playing with this form and it still is not correct. My primary site is http://www.dasmoon.com (http://www.dasmoon.com/) and sub domain is http://www.blackhawksite.com (http://www.blackhawksite.com/) the forms in the sub domain are working fine. The ABVFP is located in /public_html directory. The primary and all sub domains are located in /public_html. The ABVFP is on the same level as all domain directories. If I setup a sub-directory of ABVFP in blackhawksite and change the paths in my forms to point to http://www.dasmoon.com/blackhawksite/ABVFP/dbts_abvfp.php, then reinstall ABVFP in /public_html rebuild it as http://www.dasmoon.com/ABVFP and set my forms to point to http://www.dasmoon.com//dbts_abvfp.php (http://www.dasmoon.com//dbts_abvfp.php). They may work correct?

Navaldesign: - Trying to learn how to fish so I can feed myself.
Thanks for all the help in the past.

Dennis

navaldesign
12-04-2007, 05:12 PM
I have tried to see where you have installed ABVFP and it actually seems to be installed in a "ABVFP" folder in your site. However, it either is NOT correctly installed there, OR the configuration file DB user details are not correct, as it gives me a DB connection error.

Do this simple thing:

Copy (if necessary download it from your site to your computer, then upload it again) the file dbts_ABVFP_config.php from the blackhawk folder to your ABVFP folder. Or, simply, send me your loggin details thrugh myform and i will fix it for you in 3 minutes.

dasmoon
12-04-2007, 05:31 PM
I have tried to see where you have installed ABVFP and it actually seems to be installed in a "ABVFP" folder in your site. However, it either is NOT correctly installed there, OR the configuration file DB user details are not correct, as it gives me a DB connection error.

Do this simple thing:

Copy (if necessary download it from your site to your computer, then upload it again) the file dbts_ABVFP_config.php from the blackhawk folder to your ABVFP folder. Or, simply, send me your loggin details thrugh myform and i will fix it for you in 3 minutes.

Navaldesign:
Sent you the infor. to your web-site contact page of login and password. Mahalo! Grazie molto!