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Unread postPosted: Tue Jan 27, 2009 7:44 pm 
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Would be nice if you could have a replacement for the oldy moldy phpmyadmin to be the latest version, and protected by mod-sec

As of Mon, 19 Jan 2009 that is 3.1.2
Current version released into plesk 9.0.0.2 is 2.8.2.4

Would be even greater if it could replace the existing one locally and offer the ability to redirect to a centralized location shared among many servers.


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Unread postPosted: Wed Jan 28, 2009 8:26 am 
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What are you thinking there, have it redirect or something? Didn't you guys come up with something like this at enom?


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We wrote custom pages for Plesk to remove and replace or supplement content and functionality.

It would be much easier if Plesk could do this through a means that we (I) dont have to support :)


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How did you end up handling the authentication part? Is it tied into their plesk accounts auth system, or is it independent?


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when the user account gets created we create them a global mysql account that has access to all of their databases which is the same as the client name and password so we can auto populate


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Ah, so are you doing that with the event manager or something else?


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we create the mysql account in our own api when the hosting account is provisioned and the client is created, so that event is external to plesk. Once a user creates a mysql database we also grant that main user access to that database as a plesk event. The user is also able to create sub users through plesk that have access only to that single database.


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