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We recently started to use Blesta for our support and billing purposes, but our forums are built on Drupal and need our Blesta users to be bale to automatically login to the Drupal website and ready to offer $100 bounty for getting this done.

 

The Shared Login Plugin (http://www.blesta.com/forums/index.php?/topic/1508-shared-login-plugin) might be helpful in addressing this request, however that plugin works one one direction: External Application to Blesta. And we need just the opposite - our clients get first registered on Blesta, so we need programmatically create a respective user on Drupal for each newly registered or created Blesta user.

 

Anyone?

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We recently started to use Blesta for our support and billing purposes, but our forums are built on Drupal and need our Blesta users to be bale to automatically login to the Drupal website and ready to offer $100 bounty for getting this done.

 

The Shared Login Plugin (http://www.blesta.com/forums/index.php?/topic/1508-shared-login-plugin) might be helpful in addressing this request, however that plugin works one one direction: External Application to Blesta. And we need just the opposite - our clients get first registered on Blesta, so we need programmatically create a respective user on Drupal for each newly registered or created Blesta user.

 

Anyone?

 

 

Are you using the default Forum core from Drupal? or you are using outher Drupal Module for the Fórum?

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Are you using the default Forum core from Drupal? or you are using outher Drupal Module for the Fórum?

 

Default core forum module. But it really doesn't matter as users in Drupal are stored in one single place regardless of what kind of modules you use.

 

BTW, We are on Drupal 6 website. And if you'd like to try to implement this, then please read some materials on creating users programmatically: https://www.google.com/search?q=drupal+add+user+programmatically For example, there are some discussions on https://drupal.org/node/239063

 

In short I believe whenever Blesta creates a client user, it can programmatically create a respective Drupal user with the same username (e-mail address) and password. We can enable this module https://drupal.org/project/logintoboggan to make it possible to login with e-mail addresses.

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you need just creating users  programmaticcally , or create theme and authentificating to drupal when they are in blesta ?

 

i'm asking because this a 2 defferent thing . i belevie PauloV can do that :)

 

in my old memories , i think it was a methode/module in drupal allow  users log-in in durpal based in other database user/pass , so drupal check username/password in blesta database and not in thier users table .

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you need just creating users  programmaticcally , or create theme and authentificating to drupal when they are in blesta ?

 

i'm asking because this a 2 defferent thing . i belevie PauloV can do that :)

 

in my old memories , i think it was a methode/module in drupal allow  users log-in in durpal based in other database user/pass , so drupal check username/password in blesta database and not in thier users table .

 

Need to create users and authenticating, no any theme related actions. There is an excellent Drupal module for this purpose https://drupal.org/project/cas, but I don't know what should be done on Blesta part.

 

There is also comparison table of various single sign on modules on https://groups.drupal.org/node/182004 

OR core  OpenID module's API could be used: https://api.drupal.org/api/drupal/modules%21openid%21openid.module/7

 

Some relevant discussions: http://drupal.stackexchange.com/questions/72312/drupal-7-login-with-external-database,

http://yetanotherprogrammingblog.com/node/14, https://drupal.org/node/151515

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Default core forum module. But it really doesn't matter as users in Drupal are stored in one single place regardless of what kind of modules you use.

 

BTW, We are on Drupal 6 website. And if you'd like to try to implement this, then please read some materials on creating users programmatically: https://www.google.com/search?q=drupal+add+user+programmatically For example, there are some discussions on https://drupal.org/node/239063

 

In short I believe whenever Blesta creates a client user, it can programmatically create a respective Drupal user with the same username (e-mail address) and password. We can enable this module https://drupal.org/project/logintoboggan to make it possible to login with e-mail addresses.

 

 

If you whant we can do it, we just need you to tell us your Dropal domain/sub-domain where you have installed, after that we will do the code and send to you by PM the instructions to install for you to trie it :)

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If you whant we can do it, we just need you to tell us your Dropal domain/sub-domain where you have installed, after that we will do the code and send to you by PM the instructions to install for you to trie it :)

 

Paulo,

 

I've just send you a PM with the details. Thanks!

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