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  • JamesUS
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    Correct - everything in vB goes in the database.

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  • zhynn
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    i think you are right

    I think you are right. i downloaded and played with the lite version, and it seemed to store everything in the database. perfect for me. i am going to give a license a shot.

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  • pedro_gb
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    Well, I don't know if this is right. I don't even HAVE it, but I think vBulletin stores ALL of its information on the database. The only file that will EVER have to change is config.php which stores your database info. Am I right?

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  • zhynn
    started a topic questions about vbulletin before i dive in

    questions about vbulletin before i dive in

    Here's the deal, i need a forum that uses mysql as a back end and saves all of it's information there. it is ok for the templates to be in the filesystem, so long as they don't dynamically change. so essentially, i need a forum program that doesn't alter the filesystem, only the database. this goes for the admin stuff too, it needs to be saved in the database, not the filesystem.

    does vbulletin do this?

    thanks,

    zhynn
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