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Methen
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Is there a detail  instructions  on how to Bridge with Smf ?

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Topic starter Posted : 23/10/2008 2:37 am
babaca
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Did you try reading the README.txt in the Bridges/SMF folder of efiction?

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Posted : 23/10/2008 5:18 am
Methen
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I am a little confused as how to do this part:

Edit queries.php to point to your SMF tables and directory.

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Topic starter Posted : 24/10/2008 3:54 am
Tammy
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Open queries.php and read the instructions included in the file.

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Posted : 30/10/2008 4:39 am
Methen
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Nothing personal but your instructions are very vague to say the least

Edit queries.php to point to your SMF tables and directory.

Does not tell me much of anything

Examples are always nice!

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Topic starter Posted : 30/10/2008 5:53 am
calash
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The queries.php file has it's own instructions in the comment sections.  Did you read those?

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Posted : 30/10/2008 2:22 pm
Kindred
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1- the instructions are actually fairly clear. They tell you exactly what you have to do...  they just assume that you know what you're looking at (as anyone who plans to run a php/mysql-based website really should)

2- why are you posting about this in multiple threads across multiple sites?  It makes it very hard to provide answers...  and I already answered ALL of your questions over on SMF, going so far as to give you updated copies of the 2 files.

Of course, that won't help you that much since the bridge, as designed apparently does not work with SMF 2.0...
I will be taking a look at it eventually, since I want this for my own site, but I don't have time to re-write it at the moment.

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Posted : 31/10/2008 8:51 pm
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