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Author Topic: Bridging Coppermine 1.5.20 with phpBB  (Read 6930 times)

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omeek

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Bridging Coppermine 1.5.20 with phpBB
« on: July 31, 2012, 11:35:29 pm »

Hey guys, first off, thank you so much for developing Coppermine! Easily the best gallery software I have worked with so far.

I recently updated to 1.5.20. My site uses 2 separate databases for Coppermine and phpBB. With the 1.5.20 update, I noticed that there was a recent change to search.inc.php that performs a join with the user table. Since both of my db's have different users/passwords this query fails. Also, I do not have access to create user accounts so, my options are limited.

I ended up rolling the search.inc.php file back to 1.5.18 but was wondering if there is a better solution besides rolling back or setting up replication and modifying the queries?
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Re: Bridging Coppermine 1.5.20 with phpBB
« Reply #2 on: August 01, 2012, 01:11:04 am »

Jeff, that works perfectly!! Thank you!  ;D
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Re: Bridging Coppermine 1.5.20 with phpBB
« Reply #3 on: August 01, 2012, 01:50:39 am »

Thank Αndré, he's the one that found and fixed the issue. Thank you for resolving your thread.
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