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Save site name in data base

edited May 2012 in Questions

Hello, i need save the site name in the db and edit this from the admin panel. ¿How i can do it?

Thanks!

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  • aeryaery Gtricks Forum in 2.2 :) ✭✭✭

    Can you elaborate more?

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  • 422422 Developer MVP

    It is saved within the config file.

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  • Instead of in the config file need to be stored in the database.

  • It is saved within the config file.

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  • Is there no way?

  • peregrineperegrine MVP
    edited May 2012

    no has been the consistent answer.

    why do you need it in a database as opposed to reading it from config file?

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  • I got it :)

    I created a table with 4 fields, the config.php it does is collect all these areas and turn them into variables with eval (). Then in lybrary / core / class.configuration.php, in the Save, I keep all that data into the DDBB when needed. (This with some minor changes, it worked. I used mysql functions of vanilla).

  • You haven't exlained why you are doign this. I expect it to give you inconsistent results.

    Also serialise and und serialise objects rather than relying on eval if you can help it. Look at Gdn_Format::Serialize() and Gnd_Format::Unserialize()

    People are very quick to edit the core, remember if you edit the core you are maintaining a fork.

    People have misguided ideas about security I wondered if this is the reason, or if you wanted a test,dev, and production configuration options?

    grep is your friend.

  • I'm doing a project based on vanilla forums, that is why I have to make these changes.

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