Global tables created not used by sub-blog

I have installed bad behavior and login lockdowns. A global table is created but the sub-blogs do not use the global table when i network activate them. I have to activate them one by one and if i do that, tables will be created for each sub-blogs.

Apart from having to manually key in all the settings for new sub-blogs, it will also be very difficult to manage the logs.

I checked the codes of both plugins and they seem to use the global database. so am not sure what i have done wrong. pls help

  • Barry
    • DEV MAN’s Mascot

    I have installed bad behavior and login lockdowns. A global table is created but the sub-blogs do not use the global table when i network activate them. I have to activate them one by one and if i do that, tables will be created for each sub-blogs.

    Sorry, not sure what you mean here? Can you explain the steps you are using? Do you have the global table specified in the db-config.php?

    What is “login lockdowns”? Is it a plugin? Can you provide links to the plugins in question that aren’t working as you think they should so that we can look at them?

    I checked the codes of both plugins and they seem to use the global database. so am not sure what i have done wrong. pls help

    How do they use the global database? do they specify it explicitly? Are the plugins designed to work on a multi-site system with only one set of configuration files and report logs to a single location? Can you provide some details on what you found out when you looked at the code?

  • Mason
    • DEV MAN’s Sidekick

    Hiya Becky!

    As we haven’t heard back from you we’re going to assume the problem

    was sorted out and mark this ticket as resolved.

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    Otherwise, thanks for using the forums, and for being a member of WPMU

    DEV, it’s a pleasure to help you out and we look forward to being of

    assistance in the future.

    Thanks!

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