Integration with PostNuke

Discussion in 'Pre-Sales Questions' started by cardsup, Dec 29, 2004.

  1. cardsup

    cardsup Guest

    I'd like to learn how does the integration with PostNuke work? I have a PostNuke based web site and I want some sections/modules to be free, while others to be subscription accessed. Is that possible?
  2. alex

    alex Administrator Staff Member

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    aMember will assign new users to configured usergroup in PostNuke database and remove user from this group when subscription expires. aMember doesn't change PostNuke itself, it only integrates with PostNuke users database.

    So, if it is possible to assign different access permissions to different usergroups in PostNuke, then yes, it will work.
  3. cardsup

    cardsup Guest

    Thanks, Alex! Where can I find more information about that? I have not assigned permissions in PostNuke, so any help is much appreciated.

    I just want to be 100% certain it will work before I buy it.
  4. alex

    alex Administrator Staff Member

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    You may check it in PostNuke admin control panel, if it is possible to assign different permissions to different usergroups.
    If you don't have PostNuke installed, I'm ready to check it for you.
  5. jeffro

    jeffro New Member

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    Is there a way (or does it already do this) to have the amember postnuke plugin REMOVE members from postnuke when they are removed from amember?
  6. alex

    alex Administrator Staff Member

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    It can be easily implemented - please contact support.

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