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    The new version of SiteWorx has the link to Databases missing from the left column. I can still create databases from the link under features on the main screen, but can't edit them or create users for them.

    You might want to fixt this ;)

    Tim

  • #2
    We're already on it Tim,

    http://interworx.info/forums/showthread.php?t=55

    Paul
    Paul Oehler
    InterWorx-CP | http://interworx.com
    InterWorx Control Panel

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    • #3
      That was fast!

      I no sooner posted this here and I saw your update in the Anouncment's page. :)

      I manually upgraded (didn't want to wait for automatic later tonight) and things are working peachy!

      Thanks a bunch!

      Love this upgrade, expecially the pointer domain. I'm using it on three sites (or will be in a few minutes).

      Question: I know it doesn't do this now, but would it be possible to set this up to point to a directory on the domain in question rather than just the root? Since you appear to just be editing Apache settings, not DNS, I'd think so. Let me know.

      Tim

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      • #4
        Actually, three things are happening when you add a pointer domain.

        First, the domain is added to the first ServerAlias line for that domain.
        Second, a DNS Zone is added for the pointing domain, and you can see this in NodeWorx under DNS Management.
        Finally, e-mail is "aliased" for the domain, so that e-mail accounts created on the main domain, work with the pointer domains as well.

        To answer your question, there's no reason you couldn't add some mod_rewrite trickery to point one of the pointer domains to one of the subdirectories of the main account.

        Paul
        Paul Oehler
        InterWorx-CP | http://interworx.com
        InterWorx Control Panel

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        • #5
          I'm afraid that's a little over my head at the moment, but it's nice to know it's probably possible. If I get to the point when I need this I will look into it further.

          Right now it's enough to be able to point multiple domains to a single directory root.

          Question: will this also foreward email and other services or just HTTP?

          Thanks agiin.

          Tim

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          • #6
            Yes, it will "point" e-mail services as well. For example, if the main domain is domain.com, and set up domain2.com as a domain pointer to domain.com, e-mail that is sent to addresses @domain2.com will be treated as if it was being sent to domain.com.

            Hope that makes sense.

            Paul
            Paul Oehler
            InterWorx-CP | http://interworx.com
            InterWorx Control Panel

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            • #7
              Makes perfect sense and is exactly what I was hoping.

              What I am doing on all but one of the sites I'm using this on is using the .com .net. and .org extentions for a single domain.

              It's set up and works great. Thanks.

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