[development] Creative ideas?
irb at ianbezanson.ca
Wed Oct 20 09:31:40 UTC 2010
You'd be better off, and likely have less headache to utilize the Domain Access module (http://drupal.org/project/domain) to achieve the latter bit, rather than separate installs, sharing a database. I've built a multinational, multilingual storefront with Drupal and Ubercart earlier this year and that was definitely the way to go - you can manage content per domain, or make it available for all domains, use different themes per domain, etc. If nothing else, come upgrade time you will thank yourself for doing it this way as you'll only have one site to maintain and upgrade - plus then your admin section IS in one spot, rather than having to fake it together.
As for general store/reporting separation, take a look at Ubercart Domain Access (http://drupal.org/project/uc_domain) which claims to allow "...an Ubercart store to span multiple domains, storing the originating domain when an order is made and displaying the correct store information on invoices."
I'm sure you'll have to do a little bit of exploration to make it all work together happily, but venture to guess it will be less time than the other approach.
Hope this helps,
Bezanson IT Solutions
irb at bits.co
On 2010-10-20, at 2:38 AM, jeff at ayendesigns.com wrote:
> Btw, what I'm considering is separate sites, a shared db with different prefixes, one login to access any panel from that point on, and al sites having menu links between admin panels, so it appears as one panel.
> Ayen Designs - quality software the first time, every time!
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> Subject: [development] Creative ideas?
> I have a client, who has a client, with a D6 site and Ubercart store.
> They now want to take their store international (since their business
> has become so), and want to be able to have separate store financials
> (fulfilment, checkout, reports, inventory, etc.) for each country, as
> well as separate site functionality for things like blocks, etc. ----
> all from one admin panel.
> I know there's a module to specify content availability by domain. There
> is also a module to allow one store to stretch over several domains, but
> it doesn't segregate the 'inners' of each store.
> I thought I'd ask whether anyone knows if this has been done. Second
> reactions, I guess, since the first are likely to be either 'hahaha' or
> 'sure...a team and several months' :-)
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